Malta: The Second World War
This tours stands to bring to life the ordeal which the brave people of Malta and their defenders have endured during the dark days of the Malta Blitz (1940-43) in the Second World War.
The highlight of this tour is the visit to the 'ultra secret' complex of underground tunnels and chambers from where the British forces took care of the defence of Malta and where in July 1943, General Eisenhower and his Supreme Commanders Admiral Cunningham, Field Marshal Montgomery and Air Marshal Tedder coordinated the famous Operation Husky - the Invasion of Sicily.
Visiting the War Museum and War Rooms.
Considered as one of Malta's best kept secrets from World War Two, the War Rooms consist of a network of underground tunnels and chambers that housed Britain's War HQ in Malta from where the defence of the island against Axis aggression was waged and all offensive operations in the Mediterranean were directed.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: As requested
End location: As requested
Duration: 4 hours
The services of a qualified guide and transport are included.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 EURO - entrance fee to War museum and War Rooms
Entrances fee to Museums and other attractions are not included.
For groups of more than 2 persons, kindly contact me for a quote