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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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Malta Express Private Full Day Tour
"Your first stop will be Valletta Malta's capital city and a UNESCO World Heritage site. A masterpiece of Baroque architecture it boasts some of Europe's finest palaces and churches. A walking tour through the streets of the city will be followed by a visit to St. John's Co-cathedral one of Malta's richest treasures - a museum of Baroque art and architecture and home to some of the best works of art by the likes of Mattia Preti and Caravaggio. After having lunch you will then proceed to Ħaġar Qim set on top of the cliffs overlooking the uninhabited islet of Filfla. Here you will have the chance to explore one of Malta's biggest mysteries - the building of these impressive megalithic temples by the Neolithic inhabitants of the island.Final the Silent City and old medieval capital of Malta
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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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Buses

Malta's colourful old buses, there are some newer ones, are a great way to travel around the Island. They are very cheap & quite frequent on main routes. The prices are only a few cents per...
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tim07
Oct 15, 2009

Bus for Cruise Passengers

If you arrive in Valletta by cruise ship you will realize that your ship is not allowed to operate a shuttle bus due to taxi and bus unions. However a convenient bus service the line 198 operates from...
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MikeAtSea
Jul 07, 2009

By bus

Public buses in Valletta are quite an attraction! All are yellow, most of them older than 35 years, produced in different aprts of the world, having no doors. Those buses are so unusuall, that you...
stewartbel
May 02, 2007

Going to Valletta by bus

Reaching Valletta by bus is pretty easy as there is the main bus station. Almost all busses go to this bus terminus in Valletta. Most busses go about every 15 to 30 minutes and depending from where...
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himalia11
Nov 04, 2006

Maltese Bus

This in the photo is the main bus terminus, which is in Valletta. From here you can catch a bus to all parts of the island. They are not expensive and very efficient as well. You can also buy One-Day,...
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dowdow
Mar 29, 2005

Magic Roundabout

The Valletta Bus terminus serves most routes for the island and is situated just outside the city gates. The buses are the old Bedford type and are amazing. They congregate around the central Triton...
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sandysmith
Feb 28, 2005

No green buses anymore !!

The green buses featured on Valletta Homepage are no more, they have been replaced by bright orange/white ones, some relatively new.The buses do not have destinations showing, only the number of the...
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joanj
Nov 12, 2004

Bus

It's quite easy to get to Valletta by bus. Almost every bus on the Island ends up at Valletta at the end of its route. Bus fares are quite cheap and the services quite regular and efficient (from what...
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steventilly
Jun 25, 2003

Valleta is only 5 km from the...

Valleta is only 5 km from the popular tourist towns of Sliema and St. Julian's where most of the hotels are situated. So a pleasant 40 minute walk along the seafront takes you there. Abus ride takes...
joebriffa
Sep 07, 2002

Take a bus... don't bother...

Take a bus... don't bother driving in, because you will never find parking and unless you have a special permit, you cannot drive into Valletta anyway... A bus ride is a little bumpy :) but nothing...
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wwwitchie
Aug 26, 2002

It is extremely easy to get to...

It is extremely easy to get to Valletta,because all bus routes arrive and depart from there being this is where Malta's main bus terminal is. The only exceptions to this are the direct bus routes. A...
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chrissyalex
Aug 25, 2002

Public Buses

All the buses in Malta leave their respective cities/villages and end their trip to Valletta and vice versa. Website below shows you all the information you need about the public transport.
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tophat30
Mar 17, 2007
 
 
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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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"Valletta"
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Things to Do Near Valletta

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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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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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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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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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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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Azure Window

On our fifth day in Europe, we decided to leave Valleta and take a 20-minute ferry ride to the nearby smaller but greener island of Gozo. Gozo has a charm of its own, and the ferry ride was full of...
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