Wonderful expression of passion and history combined in these monuments and bell tower that rings everyday at noon
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This is a very rewarding experience. There is quite a lot to learn about the history of Malta. The Knights of the Order of St John, came originally from the holy Land and through spending time in the island of Rhodes eventually settled in Malta...More
It's a gentle walk from all the shops along the waterfront.Unless it's raining out, it's a great walk up the hill to get the view of the bell tower and the view of the harbors.
we went to blue lagoon with captain morgan tours the blue lagoon ,was first class well worth the money, plus food and drink was was all inclusive.
This is worth the walk to find and arrive around 12noon to hear/watch the bell rung. It does make you think about the last war and what the islanders went through. We visited on our walk around the fortifications.
The Great Siege of the Knights of St. John left very little of Ft. St. Elmo standing, but enough has been restored to give a context for a walk through time. The National War Museum has rooms of which each is devoted to a separate...More
This was an interesting history of Malta but I did find it a bit drawn out as you have to move through several buildings. The projected presentation of WW2 was very well done
A wonderful day spent here. The Big Bus is best way around if you only have the day or Solo traveller. Took both circle tours around the Island. The Bus stops at Mdina Glass Factory worth a look not over priced. Interesting to see the...More
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