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many questions, so much to do :)

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many questions, so much to do :)

Hiya sorry to bother you but have posted on some pages and had no replies so thought would message you as a destination expert direct!

I have a few questions about Malta regarding things to do as the many people I know who have been here have given us endless lists of things to do.

We have narowed this down to:

-SPLASH AND FUN WATER PARK- assuming can get a bus easily to here and considering the 2 day ticket for a short fee of only and extra 4euro just in case

-POPEYES VILLAGE which by the looks of the website we are assuming can easily get a bus there and it looks like a half day thing which is fine because we have all inclusive dinner at our hotel in qwara.

-MARINE PARK MALTA which we have prebooked and got hotel transport which is a lovely idea :)

-MOSTA DOME which again we belive is accesible by bus and not all day so will spend the rest of the day travellling around by bus to nearby areas... any recommendations? / go back to the hotel and chill


-BOAT TRIP where we are unsure on whether to book a cruise before we go or while we are there? And which one is best? Want to see Gozo, Blue lagoon, Comino and the rock caves (elephant and window??) Would like one with toilets as know there are bad reviews about the islands' and maybe snorkelling equipment for the 3 teenage lads! Are there any companies which do all this in one? Also which company would u recommend for what we are after? We are not bothered about how long we spend at each place as long as have a good tour where things are explained and we can take photos!

-MALTA FC which is where we have the most questions such as do you know if we will be able to purchase malta fc shirts here? Boyfriend has a tradition thing which he wants to carry on! Also we noticed there is a craft village nr the stadium which we might nip into but dont know much about it..?

And we noticed that the stadium is close to Silema and Valeta so we thought as we wont be long at the stadium and we know there are buses which do the 3 CITIES TOUR, we could maybe do this for the rest of that day? Or is this something we should consider leaving until another day?

We are a group of 5 adults, 1 child aged 16-45. Staying all inclusive in the Soreda Hotel Qwara which we know has mixed reviews but being optimistic and if terrible, knnow we will be busy out and about anyway. This is all 6 of ours first time to Malta and we are planning to get the 12 euro travel passes on busses. Going 29th June 12- 7th July so expecting temps of 25-30oc.


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11. Re: many questions, so much to do :)


What I meant about night buses not being safe is the fact that there is no safe (as a guarantee) option to get home because they got packed quickly and there is no telling when the next empty one would come along.

I was not referring to any violence at all. And you are right, crimes in Malta are so rare that they if they ever occur they would made headlines on the papers.



12. Re: many questions, so much to do :)

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