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Malta Segway: Dingli Adventure Tour
"Dingli reflects a typical Maltese village and is surrounded by protected Natural Sites and is known for its picturesque landscape with its unspoiled environment and cliffs. The main attractions for this particular tour include:

 Boschetto Gardens Palazzo Verdala Clapham junction cart ruts Palazzo Girgenti Laferla Cross Clapham Junction Curt Ruts Magdalena Chapel
From EUR79.00
 
Malta Segway: Dingli Adventure Tour
"Dingli reflects a typical Maltese village and is surrounded by protected Natural Sites and is known for its picturesque landscape with its unspoiled environment and cliffs. The main attractions for this particular tour include:

 Boschetto Gardens Palazzo Verdala Clapham junction cart ruts Palazzo Girgenti Laferla Cross Clapham Junction Curt Ruts Magdalena Chapel
From EUR79.00
 
Private Tour: Malta's Best Attractions in a Tour
"A typical day tour starts in Valletta (WHS) the capital city of Malta where your first stop in St. John's Cathedral with its Caravaggio's masterpieces the 'Beheading of John the Baptist' and 'St. Jerome Writing' followed by a walk to the Upper Barakka Garden for a view of the Grand Harbour.Transport then takes you to Mdina the old Capital city of Malta where you meander around the narrow winding streets of this medieval town discovering its charm and beauty reaching the bastions walls to enjoy a great view over the island of Malta. The next stop will take you to Dingli Cliffs for a short photo stop and then continue your journey to Hagar Qim temple (WHS) a prehistoric temple dating back to 3
From EUR325.00

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Walking with Romans

Without a doubt, the great Roman city of Leptis Magna - once the greatest Roman city in all North Africa - is a must-see on every visitor to Tripoli's list. Abandonment rather than successive...
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Berber banking

It was Eid al Kabir the first time I visited Qasr al Haj and, unfortunately, the qasr was locked so I had to be content with a walk around the outside, peering through the great palm trunk doorway. It...
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Medina meanders

Shabby and faded as much of it is, Tripoli's medina is still a great place to wander. With its mixture of Roman remains; Ottoman souqs, mosques and minarets; Arabic and Italianate houses graced by...
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Places to visit

Desert When you are in Libya You have to visit the desert ,It is a very special experience.Of courseyou have to deal with a tour group or specialists. But please do not try to go alone to the...
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Gurgi Mosque

The Gurgi Mosque was built in 1833 by Yussef aka Mustapha Gurgi , a sea captain who originally came from Georgia. You can see his tomb, through a window, in an antechamber to the right of the minbar....
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Jamahiriya Museum

The Jamahiriya Museum or National Museum gives a great chronical overview of Libya's rich history of art and culture. You can see replicas of the rock art (picture 2) from prehistoric times which you...
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Tripoli or Red Castle

The Red Castle, Tripoli Castle or 'Al Saraya al- Hamra' is a landmark at the corner of the medina. It's a place with a long history. The castle was built at the site of the Roman Castrum, the Roman...
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Souq al-Mushir

Souq al-Mushir is the first souq you will come to as you enter the Medina from Green Square. It runs northwards along the Medina's main throroughfare, parallel to Souq al-Turk. Halfway along it, you...
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Former Royal Palace

If you think the National Library looks like a palace, you are not far wrong because that's exactly what it used to be. Built in the 1930s, it was the Royal Palace of the last King of Libya, King...
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Dar Karamanli

Dar Karamanli was the house of Yusuf Karamanli, the Ottoman Pasha of Tripoli from 1795 to 1832, who has the unusual honour in the history books of being the first ruler of any state to declare war on...
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Tripoli National museum

Libyas National Museum or The Jamahiriya Museum is a fine modern facility located in the Red Castle. It is housed with treasures from the World Heritage sites at Leptis Magna and Sabratha, artefacts...
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Gurgi Mosque in Tripoli

There are a number of fascinating mosques both in the old town and adjacent to it, including the Karamanli Mosque, the En-Naqah Mosque and the Gurgi Mosque . We visited the best known of the Tripoli...
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Turkish Baths

One MUST-DO in Tripoli is a visit to the Turkish Baths. There are 2 in the medina and several others in the rest of the city (try the modern hammam near Jama'a Sagha). A more traditional hammam is the...
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Marcus Aurelius Arch

Roman Emperor and Stoic, the author of Meditations in twelve books.His Arch in Northern Africa was built in 163 AD in the Greek style this arch straddles the decumanus maximus and the cardo-maximus (...
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Aldhra qes ben sada Street, behind Jahomrya Bank, Tripoli, Libya
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424 Omar Al Mokhtar Street, Tripoli, Libya
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"Tripoli - White Bride of the Mediterranean"
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"Tripoli - still the white but "booming"bride"
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