Malta's capital city and the southernmost capital of Europe. Its 16th-century buildings were constructed by the Knights Hospitaller. The city was officially recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1980. Valletta's fortifications, consisting of bastions, curtain and cavaliers, along with the beauty of its Baroque palaces, gardens
Malta's capital city and the southernmost capital of Europe. Its 16th-century buildings were constructed by the Knights Hospitaller. The city was officially recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1980. Valletta's fortifications, consisting of bastions, curtain and cavaliers, along with the beauty of its Baroque palaces, gardens and churches, led the ruling houses of Europe to give the city its nickname Superbissima – Latin for "Most Proud".
Malta's National Community Art Museum: The collection is laid out in sections inspired by stories grouped into four main themes being The Mediterranean, Europe, Empire and The Artist. Make sure to also visit when there is live Jazz Music whilst tasting Maltese food and local wines.
A beautiful museum in Valletta, right in front of Castille, exposing a variety of arts. Worth visiting. Entrance is mainly free of charge. There's also a cinema showing special movies and documentaries, sometimes in foreign languages.
Enjoy a long walk along the promenade from Sliema to St. Julian's. You can swim anywhere here and will also come across some parks with play areas for kids. Restaurants, bars, all along the way.
Stop at Portomaso, Tigne Point or even catch a ferry to Valletta!
Malta's largest shopping arcade with a spacious area outside where kids can run freely whilst you can enjoy a nice lunch at one of the cafeteria's or restaurants.
Malta's most exclusive area to live in and visit. Walk around the yacht marina where you can find a variety of restaurants offering various cuisines whilst enjoying the view, swim in the sea around the corner or enjoy a day by the pool at the Merkanti Club forming part of the Hilton Hotel offering waiter service, restaurants and bars. Live music starting from 7pm.
Location: St. Julian's
Stop at a beach or take the bus to visit central Malta stopping at Mdina, and other main attractions.
An adventure on its own. Hop on the ferry from Sliema and arrive at Valletta in less than 5 minutes. Walk around the narrow steep streets in Valletta whilst enjoying the building facades, boutiques, cafeteria's and local shops.
Chill, Dine & Dance at this unique venue. Pool area open all Summer. Restaurant open and parties all year long.
Plan a full day at Malta's Science Museum. Fun and educational for kids yet very interesting for adults too. Esplora is divided into 3 floors, the basement level has an indoor and outdoor area for children up to 6 years old. The rest is for any age.
Location: Kalkara (the 3 cities)
Indoor and Outdoor fun for kids. Parents can enjoy a drink at the restaurant whilst kids can play safely.
Location: Hal Far
The film set of the 1980 musical production "Popeye", also known as 'POPEYE VILLAGE', was constructed in Anchor Bay during the last 7 months of 1979. Today the "village" has grown into a family attraction featuring a number of colorful fun activities for all young at heart. Combine your visit with swimming at Anchor Bay (access only allowed to entrance card holders)
Location: Anchor Bay, Mellieha
Plan a full day at this waterpark or combine it with Marine Park. Lots of water fun, slides, play areas, swimming pools and dancing sessions.
Location: Bahar ic-Caghaq
Spend a day at this park learning more about and interacting with Dolphins, Sea Lions, Reptiles, Exotic Birds and more.
Location: Bahar ic-Caghaq
A unique design. Discounted tickets given anywhere in Malta for a cheaper entrance to the Aquarium.
Eat, Drink & Bowl. Reserve your land upfront (recommended).
The biggest cinema in Malta offering a variety of latest movies.
Perfect for families as the gardens are home to several animals such as donkeys, ponies, goats, and the gardens are split into 4 play areas and an outdoor gym for adults.
The playing area and the animal park have been built to be accessible to persons with disabilities. There's a restaurant offering a variety of food and drinks.
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