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Very beautifu with all the old history places. A must to visit, any way you have time for. We have by Hop on Hop off bus and by harbour cruise. Mount dropping to see such great buildings survived history.
We arrived intending to hire one of the Rolling Geeks- but upon arrival we’re told we needed to book!:( Unhappy and hot we walked to a nearby waterfront cafe Bistro 50- which enabled us to refuel and decide on a next plan of attack!! We...More
From Valletta it is easy accessible. From Upper Barakka Garden there is a lift to get the harbour. There is a ferry in every half hour, but take the water taxi, costs only a little bit more but it's a great experience.
We walked nearly...More
Firstly don’t take the ferry but, one of the traditional water taxis! For 8euro you can do a tour of the harbour, port and waterfronts with fabulous views of Valletta and The Three Cities or for just 2euro you are transported across to The Three...More
We learned so much about this incredible island. They speak English and drive on the other side of the road. There were a few pay toilets on our route and incredible views. The boats with the eyes on it were so incredible.
We took the electric car tour which took us to the three cities - so much elegance in the buildings and history. We stopped at the Valetta Waterfront which is beautiful with lots restaurants nearby. Great day out to spend the day in Valetta
We loved this medieval part of Malta but I couldn't understand when we moved from one city to another. I mean, we went to Senglea first and then Birgu, but I can remember the streets and how we went there at all! Was chaotic. But...More