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Best things to do in Malta

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Monument / Landmark
“Ramla Bay is one of the best-known beaches of Gozo and therefore it is a must if you travel to this island. It is easily accessible, since a public bus will leave you five minutes away from it. Ramla Bay is well known for its red sand and because of that, many call it the red beach. Tip: Also, we recommend that from Ramla Bay you go to the Calipso Cave, the views will leave you speechless.”
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“St John's Co-Cathedral is a Roman Catholic co-cathedral in Valletta, Malta, dedicated to Saint John the Baptist. It was built by the Order of St. John between 1572 and 1577, having been commissioned by Grand Master Jean de la Cassière as the Conventual Church of Saint John. Wikipedia”
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“Valletta is Malta's capital and is definitely one of the must visit places on the island. The city is very walkable and easily accessible by bus. It's a historic city with rich architecture, amazing harbour views, and fantastic bars and restaurants. Some must see sights for me are the Triton Fountain, the New Parliament building and the City Gate, the Grandmaster's Palace (Old Parliament Building), Upper and Lower Barrakka Gardens, and St. John's Cathedral. Some of my favourite restaurants in Valletta are Rubino and Ġuże (both of which serve traditional Maltese dishes), Taproon, Noni, Trabuxu (wine bar), Vecchia Taranto (Napolitan pizzeria), Porticello (sea food), and the Harbour Club (fine dining).”
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“If you visit Birzebbuga and Pretty Bay, take some time to visit Ghar Dalam cave”
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Boat or Ferry
“This is where day boat trips depart to Valletta, around the islands of Malta, to Gozo and Comino where the Blue Lagoon is. Various party boats depart from here too.”
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Historic Site
“ Open air museum. This is a must. The oldest neolithic temples in the world. UNESCO World Heritage site.”
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“Must Take a Day Trip to Island of Comino. Beautiful Clear Water also Hotel on Island for Lunch or a stay overnight”
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“Scenic area with nearby restaurants Small boats dot this scenic, vibrant bay offering a variety of restaurants with outdoor tables.”
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Point of Interest
“A most convenient means to get to Valletta. Ticket includes access to city centre via an elevator.”
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“A ferry leaves from Sliema to Valletta every 30 minutes and costs Adult (1 way)€ 1.50 Adult (return)€ 2.80 Child / Pensioner (1 way)€ 0.50 Child / Pensioner (return)€ 0.90”
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“Beautiful place to be a nice walk around the cost from Spinola, St Julians to Balluta to Sliema.”
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“Main hub for Public transport, the capital city is all alive during the day and at night in Straight Street Valletta with live music in Bars and very good restaurants.”
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“Beautiful spot favoured by the locals, with beds, activities, food and drink available. Accessible by bus.”
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Natural Feature
“This is probably the nicest beach in the Maltese islands. Very quiet in winter, and chilled in summer before 11am and after 5pm :)”
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“Live music on weekends, trendy spot everyone enjoys! Perfect for late evening food, followed by some drinks and a dance. ”
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“Mdina is gorgeous to walk around by night, a true silent city, one can stop for dinner or a glass of wine in one of the wine bars or restaurants in the city”
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