This shop is a very small situated just off the round about of Msida opposite University and the skating arena. They serve Italian piadine, pizzas and crepes with Nutella. The food is very good but very small for what he gives you.they serve also espresso the Italian way - very strong and a little coffee :-) Crepe with fruit and Nutellamore
This cafe is situated just outside University of Malta and has the most amazing food I ever tasted as everything is made homemade. They have sandwiches, baguettes and pastries. Try the chicken, mushroom and cheese baguette simply delicious !!! They also make at times the coffee gateau marie with coffee liquer and morning coffee biscuits...more
I managed to find a scehdule of the bus routes to University and from they are very useful. There are two bus stops are just situated outside University just opposite the skating park one goes down to Valletta and the opposite is on the other side going towards St Julians, Sliema and st Paul's Bay.Whilst inside University there is another one just...more
This photo is really old. It's of Pieta' Creek just after Ta'Xbiex and adjacent to Msida. The places are so small and stuck together that I had to place this photo under the Msida section.
I think this photo was taken where today stands this restuarant called Mammia Mia.
This is a passage way from Kappara to the University of Malta which is situated in Msida. If you are a student and you want to attend the University of Malta and you live in kappara or San Gwann you can use this passage way. It's a really nice way through one of the few remaining green areas of Msida.
If you are staying in a guest house in San Gwann like for example the Sundown Court or Kappara Hotel this passage way is ideal. It will lead you to Carpark Number 2 in the University of Malta.
Here at University ever year a Beer Fesitival is held on Campus. Please see the photo above. In Summer also every Saturday the University organises loads of film activities where non commercial films are shown.
It really is a pleasant stroll along the promenade through Msida to Ta' Xbiex and into Sliema. Its not a long walk and the areas seem to merge one into the other. Its treee lined and plenty of benches along the way to sit and enjoy the views of the boats and across to Valletta on the opposite side of the creek.more