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The best way to see Valletta for me was to take the gondola style boats ( eight euros' ) from the waterfront for a trip around the grand harbour taking in the wonderful views of the Valletta and the three cities all on the half...More
If you need to see Valletta, then you must do it across from it. You can either take harbor tour or from Fort Angelo in traditional boats called Dghajsa. These trip cost you only 2 euro per person to 8 euro for the harbor tour.
Valletta Waterfront was an amazing view. To see all those buildings and to think how long they have been there. History is such a wondrous thing. To walk the streets that have been walked for so many years is still mind-blowing at times.
This place was a bit of a revelation
I knew all about the trials and tribulations of the City during the second world war and the importance of the City strategically. But Wow. The city is gorgeous...loads of winding and steep side streets to explore,...More
Malta is now heavily built up and some of the more modern buildings would not win architecture prizes. The older buildings , with churches rising steeply above the eyeline, are wonderful .
To appreciate the extent of the fortifications developed over several hundred years, do...More
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Cruise ships dock at the foot of Valletta. It is a steep climb, or walk to the elevator. Visit the. Upper Barrakka gardens for sweeping views of harbour and three cities. Visit St Johns Co Ca5edral, exquisite, and see the... More
Cruise ships dock at the foot of Valletta. It is a steep climb, or walk to the elevator. Visit the. Upper Barrakka gardens for sweeping views of harbour and three cities. Visit St Johns Co Ca5edral, exquisite, and see the Caravaggio. The city hosts many treasures, including Casa Rocco Piccola, a 16th century palace. Dine in Rampila. High up on the ramparts.
Should also visit MDINA, the walled city, so beautiful, eat a pizza at Fontanella, again, high on the ramparts overlooking land and sea, set in the middle of Malta.
In October, if the sea is rough you may not be able to do Blue Grotto. There are much nicer things to do, so don’t worry.