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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
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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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C. Camilleri and Sons Ltd.

Camilleri and Sons is a nice shop opened since 1843. It is a small shop, but full of items. Her you can buy bombons, chocolates, various kinds of pastries and also alchoolic beverages. At Camilleri' s...
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Marks & Spencers

Having been away from home for some months on a Navy Deployment, it was nice to find a small Marks & Spencers Food Concession down a side street in the City Centre, managed to pick up some wine and...
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Freedom Square

Just inside Valletta's main gate (Bieb il-Belt in Maltese), lies Freedom Square. All around the square you will find small shops and people selling souvenirs of Malta. Maltese lace is very popular. I...
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Charles Grech & Co. Ltd.

Charles Grech & Co. Ltd. is the place to buy locally produced liqueurs... theo nly problem is to find this store, as it is easily missed: in fact it is located downstairs from a perfume shop. This...
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CISK

Only local beer in Malta is CISK. The can of small CISK in the shop is 0.5 cents of pound = 1.1 euro. Try it, it's a good beer!If you like beer, you can buy something cheaper! In almost evry tourist...
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Any souvenir shop

Here i'm going to list some prices in souvenir shops:Postcards 0.25 LM + stamp 0.16 LMLarge postcards 0.50-0.75 LMT-shirts with Malta prints 4-6 LMBeer glass with Malta print 3-5 LMSmall flag of Malta...
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Open Air Markets

There is an open air market every day in Valletta. During the week it is held in Merchants Street and on Sundays it is held outside Valletta, instead of the bus terminus and it is larger as well. They...
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Embassy Shopping Complex

At the Embassy Shopping Complex, you will find many different good quality shops all under one roof and also six cinema screens, a food court and also a large games room. Some of the shops are...
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Mdina Glass

Each item by the Mdina Glass is handmade and truly original and unique and would make a great souvenir. You can also see them being made at the Crafts Village in Ta' Qali. They have a great variety of...
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D'Amat

D'Amat was the only shop with vinyl records I found at Valletta. As with all shops carrying the HMV-sign, there is always something special to be discovered. Around LM 5.00 for a CD
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Triq Ir-Reppubblika/Republic street

This is the main street of Valletta, and it's plenty of shops, mostly of the typical souvenirs all tourists look for (apart from other kind of shops).
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There are many stands

Nougat is available, very reasonably priced from a large number of stalls in Malta. Admittedly you might pay more than in a shop, but you might not think of it.
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Souvenir Shopping

In Republic Street you will find many souvenir shops that sell local crafts. These in the photo are handmade and really beautiful.
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Valletta Flea Market

Each Sunday morning there is a flea market at Valletta Gate. If you want to buy cheap clothes, CDs, local crafts, it`s recommended to visit this.
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Maskli Street, Qawra, Island of Malta, SPB 1480, Malta
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The Mall, (formerly Le Meridien), Valletta, Island of Malta, FRN 1478, Malta
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47 Triq Il-Batterija, Valletta, Island of Malta, Malta
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Great Siege Road, Floriana, Valletta, Island of Malta, 1810, Malta
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Ghadira, Mellieha, Island of Malta, MLH 02, Malta
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50 South St, Valletta, Island of Malta, VLT 11, Malta
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Top Things to Do in Valletta

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St Johns Co-Cathedral

Hubby and I went to Malta in September. He especially wanted to go to see this Cathedral. Well we went twice and enjoyed both times. We could not emagine how much work has gone into this. We are...
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City Centre

I hav mentioned elsewhere on my Valletta page that the city was named for Fra' Jean Parisot de Valette, the 49th Grand Master of the Order of Malta, from 1557 to 1568. The Knights Hospitaller were a...
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Upper Barakka Gardens

When I visited the Upper Barrakka Gardens a large crowd gathered along the fence overlooking the harbour. I didn't understand because they were not looking in the direction of the best views. But then...
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Grand Harbour - Three Cities

In 1531 Grand Master l’Isle Adam set up two stone gallows on Gallow's Point in order to hang two Turks and 10 slaves who planned a revolt while the Grandmaster and the knights were expected to be in...
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Fort St Elmo

Before Valletta there was the star fort of St. Elmo. It formed part of a dual defence of the Grand Harbour with its twin across the waters, the Fort St. Angelo. The Ottoman Turks captured the fort...
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Auberges of the Knights

The Order of St John was divided into eight languages (or nationalities), each one had its own auberge which means inn or hostel. They had a chapel, dining room and accommodation. This one was the...
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steventilly

"Valletta - The Fortified City"
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sandysmith

"Fortified Valletta - Malta's Capital"
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antistar

"Small but beautiful."
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balhannah

"ANCIENT VALLETTA"
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Redang

"Valletta"
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