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Mdina Old City
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Vittoriosa Waterfront - Birgu Waterfront
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Church St. Agatha - Sant' Agatha
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Auberge de France in Vittoriosa - Birgu
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Tarxien Temples
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Mnajdra Temples
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Grandmaster's Palace
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The New Parliament
Government Buildings
The Main Guard Building
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Main Guard
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Mdina Cathedral Museum
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Parish Church of Our Lady of Pompei
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Notre Dame Gate
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Monsateru ta' San Pietru
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Mdina Cathedral Museum
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Specialty Museums
Church St. Agatha - Sant' Agatha
Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites, Historic Walking Areas, Churches & Cathedrals
Church of Our Lady Of Graces
Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites, Churches & Cathedrals
Church of the Annunciation of Our Lady
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#1 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Unique Outstanding g Elegance The Silent City Captivates Your Heart Untouched Elegance Breathtaking views Romeo Romeo Where fore Art Thou Romeo One young couple in love He knelt down Kissed her hand Told her His h...
The fascinating ancient capital of Malta, beautifully preserved with charming winding streets, imposing buildings and fortifications and an extraordinary panoramic view of Malta.
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#2 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Whilst in Valetta we visited the Upper Barrakka Gardens (a wonderful and historic tropical garden with a wonderful view over Grand Harbour) a number of times and saw signs for the Lascaris War Rooms.
His knowledge and passion for the site and the role Malta played during the Second World War was exceptional, he is a gifted story teller and was able to paint a vivid picture of Malta's war years.
Casa Bernard Rabat
#3 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Lots of interesting information and pleasant furnishings etc. to view.
War HQ Tunnel Valletta
#4 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
We went towards the end of our holiday having seen many sights, exhibitions and presentations previously and yet the tour of the tunnels still taught us so much that was new.
It also means you have the opportunity to view the information panels and small exhibits relating to the Saluting Battery as part of the tour price.
#5 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
I just love to visit this Cathedral and view the opulence and beauty always worth a visit and the audio tour is extremely informative
The latter covers historical information regarding the site, the country, Christian influence, and art (including the stunning painting of "The Beheading of St. John the Baptist by famous artist Caravaggio).
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#6 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Easy bus ride to visit the church with its huge dome, site of the miraculous escape for the congregation when a German ww2 bomb pierced its dome, landed on and skidded across the marble floor without exploding.
The church’s circular design with a six-columned portico was closely based on the Pantheon in Rome, and the great dome – a prominent landmark (its external height is 61m) – is visible from most parts of Malta.
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#7 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
The tour was impressive and informative, it was magical to be able to amble through the history and view the inside of house that's still lived in today.
We went to Malta in early April (2016) and fortunately, even though there are countless museums and historic sites on this incredible little island, chose this one.
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#8 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Just for a few euros well worth the visit and above is an outstanding church which you can walk around and the views from the top gives you amazing view of melleilla also a sea view cafe across the road food good...
This is a must experience site in mellieha, the shelters are fascinating and reminds of what man had to endure, and what man can do on the face tragedies such as War.
#9 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
The Hagar Qim temples are at the top of a hill and are connected via a path to the Mnajdra temples, which are at the bottom of the hill, so you get to see two historic temple sites with your admission ticket.
These temples are just as impressive and sit on the edge of the island with a lovely breeze and amazing view.
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#10 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Many vantage points from which to view this magnificent vista of blue sea, the city fortifications and various ornate buildings, churches, towers and domes, all in mellow yellow stone.
Taking between 2-3 hours you can sail up and down the many inlets of the harbour for some great views of the city and architecture from the water great chance to get some super photos of the forts and battlements...
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#11 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
The site which houses both Hagar-Qim and Mnajdra temples features some absolutely amazing and outstanding megaliths, astounding temples and incredible stoneworks.
Brilliant museum with loads of history and amazingly well preserved historic temple sites.
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#12 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Spectacular town house, set around a central courtyard, full of history (and a museum’s worth of historical artefacts) and with wonderful views for miles around from the rooftop.
The palazzo would have been a remarkable home: the courtyard is beautiful with flowers, a fountain and lovely stairs leading to the rooms on the second floor and the cafe with a fantastic view on the rooftop.
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#13 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Cannot put into words the strange but peaceful feeling you get when visiting the sanctuary A lovely piece of history to be appreciated Overwhelming feeling of emotion when you walk round the sanctuary Views specta...
The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Mellieha is beautiful and is worth a visit.. also visited the Parish Church which is on the same site and walked around the village.
#14 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
The war caves are so interesting, the chapels are beautifully kept, the views are amazing and the small cafe offers great food and drinks at reasonable prices and offers superb views over to Gozo.
On the right side of the church there is beautiful area with benches and flowers (very well kept), from where you can see a fantastic view on city of Mellieha and Mellieha Bay :-).
#15 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
all mdina was great , i really had great time here , you will love it, have great view to other part of town, lovely
Great entrance to Mdina with great views to the left and right before you walk through.
Three Cities Valletta
#16 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Well worth the visit - we spent most of the day here quite happily strolling around the little streets - seeing the sites admiring Valletta across the water,,,, (above sites are all included in the Heritage Pass (...
It's a beautiful place, a bit off the beaten track, with historic sites, wonderful places to eat where the locals all gather, and the ride on the small boat was quite scenic.
#17 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
The cathedral was founded in the 12th century on the site where, according to the legend, Roman governor met Saint Paul after his shipwreck on the island.
Mdina is such a beautiful place to visit, some interesting sights and lovely cafes and of course Mdina glass..
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Saluting Battery Valletta
#18 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Had a great day in valletta lovely views perfect day yet again love weather amazing views lovely day with my wife and mother
Is a nice feeling visiting Saluting Battery, with an amazing view of Great Harbour, at 12 and 16 are daily gun fire and the guided tours are useful, with a lot of informations.
#19 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Very good a lot to see very interesting to see Maltas involvement in the Second World War but has artifacts from all stages of their history and the fort itself has some great views of the bay well worth a visit
Updated with the latest audio-visual props and now set inside the walls of a fort which withstood the famous 16th century siege of Malta, this site is superb as a museum and as an introduction to the multilayered...
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#20 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
... domed ceilings with beautiful frescos, a most ornate altar and so many other things to delight the eye, we personally liked it better than St.Johns Cathedral, however we are aware that that is a subjective view.
St Paul’s Shipwreck is a national “hidden gem” which should be on the very top of the list of sites to visit in Malta, up at the very top next to St John’s Co Cathedral.
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#21 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
This amazing ritual and burial chamber is environmentally controlled - so only a small number visitors can gain access-the chambers are amazing- in terms of art and sculpture- and the introduction to the site is a...
An amazing place, perfect for those who are keen on prehistoric sites and archaeology in general but also for those looking for a unusual outing.
Gozo Ferry Port Cirkewwa
#22 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Gozo is beautiful with some amazing views, great shopping village, beautiful beaches and a great capital to visit.
Very Clean city, prices are extremely cheaper than Malta, food shops are everywhere, recommend visiting the 360 degree Gozo , really good and interesting, few old cathedrals and churches with a great view, Ferry e...
Spinola Bay Saint Julian's
#23 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
One of my favourite bays in the world, gorgeous views of boats and restaurant lights, safe for a jog or walk along the promenade, restaurants are amazing, staff are friendly, you can pop into cathedrals along your...
Picturesque bay with great pedestrian walkway-I enjoyed my AM runs along the bay, easy to navigate and many sights to see!
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Fort St Angelo Birgu (Vittoriosa)
#24 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Definitely worth visiting - excellent facilities with interesting history of the Maltese Islands! Wonderful views of Birgu, and across the harbour to Valletta which is European Capital of Culture 2018!!
Since it was conserved and restored over the last few years, developments continue to enhance this amazing fortress site and give insights into its long history as well as opening up the whole site- the displays a...
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#25 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
This was an excellent walk through the countryside to an amazing historical building.The view from the top of the tower was quite wonderful.The guide inside the tower was brilliant,giving us so many interesting fa...
It's well worth climbing all the steps to reach the tower, as the views from the top are amazing, This year they have a video you can watch which covers the history of the tower - just what you need so you can res...
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Barrakka Lift Valletta
#26 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Wonderful views and the ride is very smooth but quite fast so beware if you are scared of heights.A great way to appreciate the ancient fortifications of Valetta - those knights sure knew how to project manage!
The top of the lift is in Upper Barrakka Gardens so if you miss the view on the way up you can gaze at leisure from the gardens at what has to be the most impressive vista in the Maltese islands.
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#27 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Great view of Auberge de Castile with great views of the harbour, Close to Barraka gardens.
During our free walking tour of valletta we got to visit many amazing sites and appreciate the grand buildings of a time gone by.
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#28 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
This was a nice museum displaying great artwork, craftsmanship and wealth of the church and nice that the public can view this rather than being hidden away in some old vault or store.
Great historical site good audio guide cathedral is stunning if perhaps a little too opulent.
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#29 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
Access to bus is easy every 20 min or more and drop off and walk uphill to get there and u will see 3D view anywhere especially blue skyline.
It is not as bad as you think walking there up the hill but it gives you time to sit down and admire the views from above.
#30 of 212 Sights & Landmarks in Island of Malta
The museum which you can view either whilst waiting for the tour to begin or at the end has an amazing large collection of antiquities.
The catacombs alone are worth admittance, and helps you realize that these burial sites were very popular.