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1997/2019

First/Last visit:

Number of visits:

Personal Rating:

8

22/193

UNESCO Sites visited:

3/3

Places Visited:

La Valetta, Sliema, Buggiba, St.Julian's, Kalkara, Mellieha, Mosta, Rabat, Mdina, Dingle, Salina, Floriana, Paola, Marsaskala, Marsaxlokk, Luqa, Mgarr, Xaghra, Gharb, Xlendi, Victoria, Island of Comino, Island of Cominotto

Highlights:

Hal Saflieni Hypogeum UNESCO, a subterranean sanctuary and cemetery from Malta's Neolithic times around 3,000 BC. La Valetta UNESCO Auberge de Castille, the seat of the Prime Minister. St.John's Co-Cathedral, Fort St. Elmo, Walk down great Republic Street, Casa Rocca Piccola, Lascaris War Rooms, Upper Barakka Gardens for the mother of all views over the La Valetta harbour (one of the most scenic in Europe). Manoel Theatre, Triton Fountain just outside the city gate. Strait Street is still the pinnacle of nightlife, but also Paceville near St.Julian's discos. Visit Mdina's Cahedral of St. Peter and Paul and St. Paul's Catacombs in Rabat. San Anton Gardens where the country's President lives, some trees are more than 300 years old. Picturesque Marsaxlokk with loads of colourful fishing boats and great seafood. Megalithic Ggantija temples UNESCO in Gozo. Grand Castello citadel in Victoria. Mosta Dome. Popeye village for a day of fun. Dingli Cliffs, Blue Grotto. Blue Lagoon Camino. Il Hofra L-Kbira hidden bay near Delimara. Fungus Rock.