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When we went there we got off on a ferry. If you look out on the amazing clear water it is amazing! But when you do get off it is a little dirty. The Waterfront can be seen from high and low! Let’s be real...More
Never saw anything like it, no matter where you look, there are centuries-old buildings and monuments and forts. This place is steeped in history wherever you are. The incredibly pleasant late-March weather is a plus, makes you want to just keep walking, looking and taking...More
A great place. Loads to see and do.
You will need suitable walking shoes. Lots of up and down hills.
Local business eateries very competitively priced.
Parking outside city walls €8 for 12 hours.
Totally recommend lots of places are free.
This is an amazing city with a depth of culture and history. The cafes and street musicians are fantastic. Recommend going along the waterfront but also up through the city, just get lost wandering the streets, it's amazing!
Wow what an amazing place we did a harbour tour on one of the small boats and 3 cities tour. The place has so much to see, really inspiring and beautiful architecture a definite must visit place if you go to Malta
A must visit when in Malta. Valletta is a gem city with so many to see and do! A walk around the city enables one to view and admire the unique historical buildings. So many good places to eat with different types of menus.
We absolutely loved walking in and around the waterfront, stopping for amazing vistas and photo opportunities. I understand why people love to visit here ... it is just gorgeous. Can’t wait to visit again in May.
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Hi, It really depends on where you go. To get to the Grand Harbour you can get the lift down from the gardens area of the main town but you will need to negotiate some short hills to get there. At the bottom, the streets are... More
Hi, It really depends on where you go. To get to the Grand Harbour you can get the lift down from the gardens area of the main town but you will need to negotiate some short hills to get there. At the bottom, the streets are fairly flat so you can move around and have a good look at the boats and across the harbour. On the other side of the town it is downhill from the town to the waterfront area with cobbled streets and narrow pavements which would be difficult to negotiate in a wheelchair
Response from patriciaj146 | Reviewed this property |
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.