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We have visited the waterfront for about 12 years and love it there.
Lots of choice of places to eat and drink, most offering good quality food at reasonable prices.
Love the people watching especially those getting on/off the cruise ships!
We arrived on our cruise ship and were welcomed by outstanding views of this most attractive port , as our ship positioned itself and docked .
It truly is on of the best looking port areas I / we have seen !
A very pleasant...More
Valletta Waterfront is a stunning location set on the edge of the beautiful City of Valletta. I had a very enjoyable walk twice along the waterfront. I enjoyed watching the boats sailing in and out of the Harbor. It is so relaxing, peaceful and the...More
Our shore tour was called - Three cities and a boat ride.
Great tour with a great guide (I can never remember their names) anyway she knew her country well and was well spoken in English. Lots of interesting information while we walked around the...More
Malta is a beautiful island and one will greatly miss if do not go for a stroll around the old town waterfront with astonishing views of all 'canals' around. You may also hop on a boat to take you around the other side.
It’s worth the stroll of the weather is nice, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It is a fair walk though, from the Barrakka Gardens lifts it’s about 10 mins and nothing on the way. Plenty of restaurant choices but be warned...More
Response from Patricia J | 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.