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Mdina Private Walking Tour
"Mdina once the capital city of Malta has had many names throughout its history but its medieval name describes it best - ‘Città Notabile': the noble city. Built on a plateau in the centre of the island its Baroque cathedral and magnificent bastions dominate the skyline. A stroll through its narrow streets which have changed little in the last 1000 years
From EUR89.00
 
City Sightseeing Gozo Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"The largest island in Malta’s archipelago Gozo is a veritable treasure trove of sightseeing opportunities with Baroque churches temples and fascinating little villages vying for your attention alongside idyllic island scenery. Choose between two different sightseeing routes – pink or blue – and discover attractions galore on your City Sightseeing Gozo hop-on hop-off tour. open-top double-decker bus admire top island attractions
From EUR18.00
 
Valletta World War Two Private Walking Tour
"6.55 am on 11th June 1940 marked the start of a harrowing experience for the people of Malta who thus far had been spared the horrors of the Second World War. As the first bombs were dropped over the Island little could the Maltese imagine the full scale of the horror that was yet to come. The previous night with France on the verge of surrender and Britain surely to follow the Italian dictator Benito Mussolini had concluded that the time was ripe for Italy to join the war and set Malta firmly within his sights. Throughout the next 3 years
From EUR89.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Malta

Off The Beaten Path

Gozo Island

Victoria is the capital of Gozo. It is also called Rabat. In the centre of Victoria, on top of its highest hill stands the Citadel. This is visible from almost anywhere on Gozo. The Citadel was...
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Comino

Comino is a small island located between Malta and Gozo. It is only about 3.5 square kilometers, We went here for the day to swim and were foolish enough to bring no water with us. As the island is...
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Dingli Cliffs - wow

To get to the cliffs you have to catch a bus to Rabat, then follow a 2km pathway through lovely Buskett Gardens to reach Dingli cliffs - the highest point on the island. Walk along the cliff so high...
reenby
Aug 20, 2007

front garden in Valletta

If you lived somewhere with large, verdant, spacious gardens, you might understand the smile on my face and my feelings when I saw that front garden in Valletta.Plants need a lot of water to grow but...
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alusru
Sep 07, 2004

crucifix - tree

Going up the hill for Mdina there are trees on both sides of the street. One of these trees is very special. If you look close it turns into a crucifix.The tree is on the right side when you travel up...
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alusru
Sep 07, 2004
 
 
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Top Things to Do in Malta

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Valletta

Valletta is the capital of Malta. We went here many times during our stay as we really liked it. It is easy to get around Malta by public bus though they are busy in the summer. Valletta is named...
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Mdina

Mdina, also known as the Silent City, dates back more than 4000 years. At one time it was the capital of Malta. It is believed that the Apostle St. Paul lived here around 60 AD after being shipwrecked...
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St Julian's

We lived in St Julian's and worked in nearby St George's. St Julian's is a very touristic area situated on the coast. Our school was not too far from St George's Bay where we liked to swim off the...
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Marsaxlokk

Marsaxlokk is a village in the south east of Malta. It has always traditionally been a fishing village and has many colourful boats. It is also known for the Marsaxlokk Market which is held every...
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Golden Bay

Most places to swim on Malta involve swimming off the rocks which is great if you are not fond of sand, but there are also several beaches. Golden Bay is one of these - a beautiful sandy beach next to...
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antistar

"Come for the weather, stay for the history."
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ROCKARIA

"MALTA ...Unequelled Hospitality"
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Redang

"Malta Island"
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ray_d

"From here to Eternity"
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planxty

"A lot of history in a very small country."
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