Malta, especially La Valetta, is to much extent a natural rock fortress or erected big fortresses. You need a few days to explore them, like the Old Medina or Valetta.
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If you have an interest in armour, the Knights Hospitilers, St John Ambulance and it's history or you just like history then this is a must if you are visitingredients Malta. The best way to get to Valetta is possibly by bus, it was for...More
Walk up the hill a bit and you are there or use the horse taxi/transport for a bit of fun. Good views and photo opportunity. We got really hot walking - take some water or stop at the café nearby.
Very interesting overview of how the Knights were living, what they ate and what they wore. If you like history you'll find this very interesting and informative
Ideal place to take pictures, this is also across the street from the lower barrakka gardens. If you are walking through town it worths a stop. We combined it with the 'Malta Experience' since it was 5 mins walking distance from there.
Valletta is a great place to spend a day or two with endless places ,views and museums to see, especially the view of the grand harbor from the barrakka gardens with cannons firing at noon every day. You can also can go down the high...More
St. Francis' church worth a visit as are most of the beautiful churches on the islamd. The tour in a traditional Maltese boat around Valetta harbour was great and you get to see the town from a different angle. The guide, named Pat, was good...More
It is one the best spot for a panoramic view in Valletta. Make sure you get there when is it not so hot as you might have hard time climbing all the steps to the top!