Travel Blogs from Valletta, Malta

Sort by Newest Best first

Valletta, Malta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Valletta, Malta

A travel blog entry by mnasega

34

Our first visit to Malta! ...

Valletta, Gozo and other cities, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Valletta, Gozo and other cities

A travel blog entry by mezzaandyort

110

... creek, Manuel Islands, Lazzaretto creek, Ta’xbiex, Msida creek, Pieta, Fort St Elmo and views of Valletta through Grand Harbour to Malta shipyards, French Creek, Senglea, Fort St Angelo, Vittoriosa, Kalkara and Rinella and then back to Sliema. The ...

Ja seikkailut johtavat uusiin, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Ja seikkailut johtavat uusiin

A travel blog entry by saara

2

Eli siis tarkoitushan oli menna Kreikkaan, mutta suunnitelmat aina muuttuvat eli Kreikan sijasta Italia ja Montenegro ja tanaan suunnataan takaisin Menorcalle, missa kaydaan paivapurjehduksilla omistajien kanssa. Perjantaina ollaan perilla ja varmaan ...

Malta hop on hop off, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Malta hop on hop off

A travel blog entry by lauraapple

2
8

... on it. Next we stopped off at Ghar Dalam which was a cave that had the remains of hippopotamus and dwarf elephants that roamed Malta from the times when it was connected to Sicily by a land bridge. It was pretty amazing to see all these artefacts and ...

A life long ambition becomes reality, Valletta, Malta travel blog

A life long ambition becomes reality

A travel blog entry by stevea

46

... myself back in the Great Siege of 1565, watching severed heads fly across the the harbour from Vittoriosa to Valletta. Call me weird. The rich history of Malta captured me straight away, and I was wanting to learn as much as I could. The harbour cruise ...

Sightseeing - tourist day!, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Sightseeing - tourist day!

A travel blog entry by wander-ful

2

... to always be in shorts! Aboard the open top bus, we enjoyed all the sights and the cities from Bugibba all the way to Valletta, taking in Paceville, St. Julians and Sliema - there were many photo opportunities! The journey took about an hour and a half ...

Part 2 - Hong Kong and Malta, Valetta, Malta travel blog

Part 2 - Hong Kong and Malta

A travel blog entry by gemway

9

... the EU if hunting bands were not imposed. Day 70 - Sunday 23rd April 2006 - Malta This morning we took off to Valletta (the capital of Malta) for the Sunday Markets that they have in town - they were O.K but nothing special. As it was Sunday it was ...

Visiting the Templar Knights in Malta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Visiting the Templar Knights in Malta

A travel blog entry by mnasega

26

This weekend we went to Malta in the middle of the Mediterranean. It is a wonderful island with lots of history and beautiful coastlines. Enjoy the pictures. MNA ...

Finally I Find the Sun!, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Finally I Find the Sun!

A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk

4
10

... an entirely new experience. Leaving the beautifully historical city of Edinburgh, heading to an island in the Mediterranean. Where you ask? Malta!! Finally at the airport only to find out that my flight has been delayed at least 40 min. Not having had ...

Mediterrean Island, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Mediterrean Island

A travel blog entry by jc_haroon

I spent 2 days in Malta for my company's annual Nordic Outing, where all the offices in the Nordic system gather somewhere (usually along the Med) for some work and bonding and fun. The weather was terrible, but the sun came out just in time for our ...

Old, old, old temples, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Old, old, old temples

A travel blog entry by stevea

17

... so to speak (although only about 10km!), to see The Blue Grotto and some megalithic temples. These are situated on the opposite coast to Valletta. I had heard that the water in the Blue Grotto is some of the 'bluest' I would ever see. I heard right. We ...

Malta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Malta

A travel blog entry by elspeth

4

... to stay away from the tourist zone but still be central. After a cup of tea, our gracious host drives us to Valletta. Everything on Malta is 30 minutes by car away from anywhere. The car hurtles at a bumpy clip to our destination through narrow ...

On the up and up!, Valletta, Malta travel blog

On the up and up!

A travel blog entry by ft_travels

1

Following the Istanbul overnights, the first sea day we have is always a terrible day. Reason being the staff are so run down from partying for 48 hours that one single 5 hour sleep before a 12 hour day at work is simply not enough. We all know kids ...

Malta - Valetta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Malta - Valetta

A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers

24

... and was the most targeted ( bombed) country in WWII by the Germans and Italians, due to the British having a naval base there. Malta was only granted their independence from England in 1979, so was interesting to see the many British icons around.....red ...

Cliched and Wonderful, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Cliched and Wonderful

A travel blog entry by elspeth

14

... . Fresh air café. A belfry complete with an enormous bell joins the chorus of at least another half dozen clanging cathedral bells. Valletta is a 16th century walled city that provides us with ample sites to visit. The city, once lorded over by the ...

The City of the Knights of Malta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

The City of the Knights of Malta

A travel blog entry by maryandjeff

1
77

... after.  After this battle, the knights rebuilt Malta by erecting numerous palaces, churches and gardens – especially within Valletta. Our first sight to visit was St. John’s Co-Cathedral and Museum.  In the many Christian churches ...

malta, Malta, Malta travel blog

malta

A travel blog entry by bitchee

nothing ...

Balconies, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Balconies

A travel blog entry by elspeth

7

... restore their balconies. The grant funds up to 60% the cost to a maximum of Lm600 or approximately C$2100. Since 1996 only 155 throughout Malta have benefited from the grant. The balconies of Malta are as defining an attribute as streetcars in ...

Farewell to Malta., Valletta, Malta travel blog

Farewell to Malta.

A travel blog entry by jilly361

3
59

... 4th May for a week's break.  We went to see The Inquisitor's Palace and The Maritime Museum (both within walking distance), Valletta and the Co-Cathedral and Mdina before setting off for The Blue Lagoon and Gozo on the Wenesday.  We anchored in ...

Valletta  Caroline, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Valletta Caroline

A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier

4

The bus to Vallette with The Coopers. Lots of lovely old ornate buildings, enjoyed from afar with Gelato ( nowhere near as good as Lick This , of course ) . Back to Mary and Brent's for food and ...

St. John's Cathedral and Fort St. Elmo's, Valletta, Malta travel blog

St. John's Cathedral and Fort St. Elmo's

A travel blog entry by elspeth

5

St. John's Catheral Fort St. Elmos and a night at the ...

Valletta Carnival., Valletta, Malta travel blog

Valletta Carnival.

A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier

2

We spent most of the day missing the carnival and trying to find where the main action was ...

GOLDEN GRAND HARBOUR, MALTA, Valletta, Malta travel blog

GOLDEN GRAND HARBOUR, MALTA

A travel blog entry by jilly361

1

... to end it and Dunkolu slamming into the waves until we got some shelter from the island as we approached.   MALTA The entrance to Grand Harbour and Valletta is certainly spectacular when you get round St Elmo's lighthouse.  It has a golden glow ...

Day 35 - Agrigento Sicily to Vanetta Malta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Day 35 - Agrigento Sicily to Vanetta Malta

A travel blog entry by patanddavid

5

Today has been an exceedingly long and somewhat tiring day as we set off to our next exciting location I.e., Valletta, the capital of Malta. We've heard such good reports of Malta that we just can't wait to get there. It's been a long day as we started ...

First week, nothing but fun., Valletta, Malta travel blog

First week, nothing but fun.

A travel blog entry by ft_travels

1

... I have came up with, is an obvious one: Hung over + rough seas = Seas sickness to the 235231 power. I am looking forward to Malta tomorrow(or today as I post this), nice day of free internet and touring around the city. A much needed day to regroup and ...

A Knights' tale, Valletta, Malta travel blog

A Knights' tale

A travel blog entry by laceys.log

40

... they played three different films in three rooms, projected up high on the walls;  it was from the different periods in Malta’s history including a WW2 war room with dogfights and bombings.  So that was well worth the visit, we would have ...

Malta, A Beautiful and Tiny Country, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Malta, A Beautiful and Tiny Country

A travel blog entry by halleyc

1
6

... further south.  Uploading photos is extremely slow on our wifi - so I can only do a few. However, I recommend googling photos of Malta to see some photos of the island (it was difficult to take city photos on the bus). After we left Malta, everyone ...

Festa-time (aka

Festa-time (aka "we don't do things by halves!")

A travel blog entry by arniephillips

12

We decided to spend Monday in Valletta - the capital of Malta. We went via Sliema, taking a short ferry ride across the harbour to the fortified city. As it was the feast day of Our Lady of Mount Carmel - the patron saint of one of the churches in ...

Part 7--Croatia, Malta, and The Greek Islands, Valleta, Malta travel blog

Part 7--Croatia, Malta, and The Greek Islands

A travel blog entry by drpaultravel

Greek Islands (Athens too), Croatia and Malta So...the Greek Isles bring to mind scenes of? Whitewashed houses with blue roofs...narrow passageways of stairs winding through town...sundrenched seas of clear clear blue...Greek Salads of fresh fresh ...

SPRING CLEANING ALMOST DONE, Valletta, Malta travel blog

SPRING CLEANING ALMOST DONE

A travel blog entry by jilly361

8
2

Blog update 7th April 2013 Kalkara Creek Marina, Malta Hi to all still reading this blog. We had been in Malta for one month (including one week UK visit) and the wind had blown hard most days though the sun had been shining too.  When it's not ...

Sort by Newest Best first