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Explore Malta in a Self-drive Electric Car Tour
"The self drive electric-cars complete with pre-programmed GPS not only take you on the perfect tour but explain what you are looking at too. Get all the benefits of an organized excursion with the freedom of being in your own quirky electric car. The 18Km tour encompasses everything from the famous Malta Film Studios a trendy super yacht marina imposing forts to the tiny charming streets that characterize this area. With each turn of the wheel your talking car tells you about the sights. More than 50 places of interest along the way to enjoy at your own pace. The cars are unbelievably fun
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Valletta Private Walking Tour
"Valletta Malta’s capital city is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and elegant cities in Europe. A masterpiece of Baroque architecture it is one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world boasting some of Europe's finest palaces and churches as well as numerous museums. Following their heroic defense of Malta during the Great Siege of 1565 the Knights of St. John set about constructing a new
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Valletta Segway Tour and Malta 5D Show
"Best way to see the city of Valletta in just 2 hours start off with a 20 minute viewing of the Malta 5D show and discover the islands unique history in 5 dimensions then hop aboard your two-wheeler and follow a segway leader through the city. Discovering on route the well known sights and also the cities secret treasures. This tour promises to highlight places worth visiting with views of the Grand Harbour St. John Co Cathedral The Royal Opera House
From EUR66.00

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THE DRY DOCKS

The dry docks were built by the British to meet the demands of shipping traffic caused by the building of the Suez Canal in 1869. The Somerset dock was built in 1871 and the Hamilton dock was built in...
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Senglea

Senglea got its name from the Grand Master who fortified it Claude de La Sengle. Beforehand Senglea was known as L-Isla coming from an Italian word, isola, which means an island. Its main street...
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What did you say?

During world war 2 the vedette was dismantled stone by stone, and numbered, to re install afterwards - so fortunately this historic landmark remains today.OK seeing as this a famous landmark for Malta...
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View of Harbour

A final view of the harbour of Senglea - this is how it looks from the fort Angelo on the tip of Vittoriosa - our next port of call on the Three Cities tour.Take time first for a stroll along the...
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Dockside Creek

The harbourside of Senglea is a pleasant area with is waterside houses and bars. Plus there ia a lovely view across to the old maritime city of Vittotiosa. This pic shows the harbour area of Senglea...
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Safe Haven Gardens

The Safe Haven Gardens are at the tip of the peninsula of Senglea - the northern end of Victory Street. Wonderful views here of the Grand Harbour and across to Vittoriosa with its Fort Angelo.Here the...
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St Philip Neri Church

The church with the red dome at the other end of Victory Street is St Philip Neri VChurch built in 1622.Just past this on the end of the penisula is a small garden with the Maltese landmake "Eye and...
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Church of our Lady of Victories

This is the main church in Senglea - its huge so you can't miss it, besides which its found in the main square of Senglea where you get off the bus. This present church was completed in 1957 -...
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One of the Three Cities

Senglea was one of the "Three Cities" where the Knights first settled after 1530. Little remains of that city though as it was almost completely destroyed in World War II - just three houses and one...
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Watch Tower Symbols

The watch tower in the gardens is known as Gardjola On the Gardjola (coming from the Italian guardare - to look at) in stone are carved the coat of arms of Claude de la Sengle plus an eye and an ear -...
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City Gates

The city walls and gates are beautiful, being on the road that leads from Senglea into Cospicua, one of the other "Three Cities". In the picture the road at the left goes up into Senglea, that at the...
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Marina

The marina at Senglea is lovely, sharing the waterfront with its opposite neighbour Vittoriosa. The place looks quite Venetian, and yet typically Maltese at the same time, due mainly to the style of...
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Promenade

The promenade along Dockside Creek, facing over to Vittoriosa, is probably the most picturesque part of Senglea. It's lined with cafes, restaurants and kiosks of varying quality and price, but all...
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Views Of The Harbour

From the Safe Haven gardens at the end of Selglea peninsula you get fantastic views across the Grand Harbour to Valletta. While we were there the USS J.F. Kennedy, a huge airctaft carrier, was in as...
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40 Battery Street, Valletta, Island of Malta, VLT06, Malta
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47 Triq Il-Batterija, Valletta, Island of Malta, Malta
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Castille Square, c/w St. Paul's Street, Valletta, Island of Malta, VLT 07, Malta
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61A/62 Battery street, VLT 01
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Merchant Street 21, Valletta, VLT12, Malta
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The Mall, (formerly Le Meridien), Valletta, Island of Malta, FRN 1478, Malta
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"Senglea - One Of "The Three Cities""
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"A stroll around Senglea"
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"ONE OF THE THREE CITIES"
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"Senglea"
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"Senglea better known in Malta as Isla"
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