After spending several years visiting the churches in Asia, Paul moved on once again into Europe to strengthen his churches in Macedonia before returning to Jerusalem (via Turkey). However, upon his arrival Paul discovered that his preaching had caused so much opposition from local religious leaders, that he was arrested and spent two years imprisoned. Exercising his right as a Roman Citizen to an appeal in front of the Emperor, he was shipped off to Rome as a prisoner.

In May 2001, Pope John Paul II spoke to 23,000 people gathered in St Peter’s Square of his forthcoming pilgrimage to Greece, Syria and Malta, and asked the faithful to accompany him in prayer “on this trip which is so meaningful to me”.

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  • Air Travel

    Flights are available from London and selected UK regional airports to Malta. See the FAQ’s page for more information on low-cost airlines. We can also provide airport coach transfers in the UK at competitive rates.

  • Accomodation

    We use a range of 3 or 4-star hotels on a half-board basis. Tell us your preference when enquiring.

  • Services

    Your group will be met upon arrival to Malta, and you will be accompanied by a local guide during each of the excursions.


  • See the Ggantija prehistoric temples
  • Enjoy a boat trip through the creeks of Grand harbour
  • Learn of the ‘miracle of Mosta’
  • Visit Valletta and learn about the Knights of St John