Travel Blogs from Malta

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Valletta, Valletta, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by smyth


The can one not love being surrounded by olives and wine? And Malta? We are already amazed by the incredible amount, and diversity of, history packed into such a tiny island. There are Neolithic temples that predate Stonehenge, ...

Second Visit to Malta, Valletta and Mdina, Malta travel blog

Second Visit to Malta

A travel blog entry by storyquilter


... earlier because we were driving through some pretty rural areas. Our cruise director Peter had waxed poetic about how beautiful the sail into Malta was.  And while it was nice, it paled in comparison to sailing into and out of Venice.  The light ...

The last day and a half, Mellieha, Malta travel blog

The last day and a half

A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4

... so after a very large mozzarella and parma ham salad which was very nice and a steak which was a bit overdone.  Two steaks in Malta one under one over, can't win.  Fed and watered we go back to the hotel for the last night of cabaret and oh ...

Cakes and Cliftops, Rabat, Malta travel blog

Cakes and Cliftops

A travel blog entry by rednosefg

... to get to the town of Dingli. A small town which is only on the tourist trail due to it's cliffs being the highest point in Malta, at 600m above sea level. We got off the bus, asked someone the way to the cliffs, walked the 10 mins uphill, saw a cafe and ...

Island of Gozo, Victoria, Malta travel blog

Island of Gozo

A travel blog entry by mccritec


... is also known for blown glass (like Murano). We've also seen Quonset huts (metal curved military buildings) left over from war. Malta most bombed country from WWII. So much for history!! Ended the day with a lovely meal in Valetta. Toured 2 five star ...

Island of Gozo, Victoria, Malta travel blog

Island of Gozo

A travel blog entry by mccritec

Today we took a ferry to Gozo. One of the Maltese islands about 20 minutes away. Mostly agricultural and very catholic, with over 50 churches in quite a small area. Ruins, cliffs, churches and narrow ...

Day 5: Tarxien and Marsaxlokk, Paola, Malta travel blog

Day 5: Tarxien and Marsaxlokk

A travel blog entry by emily.waggoner1

... Hypogeum.     The Hypogeum was astounding.  I would rank it right at the top of my favorite things in Malta.  The extreme age and craftsmanship of this place is very impressive, and almost hard to wrap your head around.  I ...

Our Malta Experience......., Vittoriosa, Malta travel blog

Our Malta Experience.......

A travel blog entry by parkes


... pick up (again big boats capable of carrying semi trailers and the like) which took us to the 2nd largest island out of Malta's 7 island, called Gozo.  Collected from the ferry in a jeep and taken up the hill and introduced to our quad bike's and ...

The Old Cities, Rabat, Malta, Malta travel blog

The Old Cities

A travel blog entry by cristinazoghbi


... ; These Catacombs were in use up to the 4th Century and represent the earliest and largest archaeological evidence of Christianity in Malta.  The WWII Shelters were right after and there was a little more place to breathe.  The rooms were carved ...

Mdina Grand Prix, Mdina, Malta travel blog

Mdina Grand Prix

A travel blog entry by cristinazoghbi


After grabbing my usual late lunch snack whish comprised of a slice of pizza, a ricotta cheese pastizzi and a fig or nougat ice cream, I walked over to Mdina. My first impression was an abandoned glorious fortress.  It was the afternoon, so the ...

St Antonio Buggiba, San Pawl il-Baħar, Malta travel blog

St Antonio Buggiba

A travel blog entry by skeetstravel

Up at 3 am for a taxi to Gatwick. Stayed overnight at Andrews. Nice new plane from Easyjet, good flight arrive Malta 11.45. Transport ok to St Antonio resort. Coach pulls up outside Molly Mallones Irish pub. We have arrived not sure to what. Have to wait ...

South East at Marsaxlokk, Marsaxlokk, Malta travel blog

South East at Marsaxlokk

A travel blog entry by stumblebum


Our second day on the tour bus would take us to the south east corner of the island. As before, we took the bus from Bugibba to Valletta waterfront where we changed to the southern tour route. The bus was packed though, uncomfortably so and cramped for ...

on my way to spring break!!, Valletta, Malta travel blog

on my way to spring break!!

A travel blog entry by frannycat


Wow this past week has gone by so fast!! I don't even know where to start with my week. In the time that has lapsed, I finally bought a raincoat (thankfully because it just started pouring for the last few days!!), ended up getting the job at that bar ...

The Living Fortress, Valletta, Malta travel blog

The Living Fortress

A travel blog entry by squidwilk


... entrances of museums.  Following our tour of Valletta, our day was concluded with fireworks above the harbor honoring Malta's Independence. Squidwilk Tip: order the Maltese Platter at Grandmasters cafe on St. Paul's Street Synopsis: ...

Fun in the Sun, Melliha, Malta travel blog

Fun in the Sun

A travel blog entry by evamaria85


sun, sun, nice ...

1801. The Backroads, Siġġiewi, Malta travel blog

1801. The Backroads

A travel blog entry by nathanphil


... with an occasional mysterious stone tower. Not a whole lot of activity and all the fields are pretty dry and treeless. I'm sure Malta only grows a tiny fraction of its own food--no large scale farming here. Soon another large town appears on the horizon ...

Malta, day one, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Malta, day one

A travel blog entry by mavis.meyer


... me first to the Upper Barrakka Gardens that overlook the Grand Harbor and Fort St. Angelo.  This was my first real view of Malta's urban scene.  After that I went on a walking tour of Valletta, which was very old and charming.  I also saw ...

Dive day and a fancy dinner, Dwejra, Malta travel blog

Dive day and a fancy dinner

A travel blog entry by erik.p


Were driven to the end of Malta and took the rather large and safe looking ferry that plies between Gozo and Malta several times per day. Got picked up in Mgarr, and were driven to Dwejra and did two dives at the famous dive sites "Blue Hole" and "Inland ...

Malta Malta!, Malta, Malta travel blog

Malta Malta!

A travel blog entry by leclaire

Absolutely gorgeous little island with so much history! The walls and the city itself was beautiful, and my family and I enjoyed getting lost on this island quite a bit. We went to see this beautiful cave with the water so blue that it looked dyed. The ...

Another day at sea, Marsascala, Malta travel blog

Another day at sea

A travel blog entry by anitamercado


Today I started my morning by reading my Bible. Walked around taking pictures of the ship while most passengers were still asleep. Then ran to deck to save my seat for tanning later today. It was cloudy ALL day. :( Thought it might clear up but instead ...

Sep 24, 2009, Blue Hole and Azure Window, Malta travel blog

Sep 24, 2009

A travel blog entry by seahermit


Sep 25, 2009, Xlendi, Malta travel blog

Sep 25, 2009

A travel blog entry by seahermit


Sep 25, 2009, Inland Sea and Blue Hole, Malta travel blog

Sep 25, 2009

A travel blog entry by seahermit


Race Day, Malta, Malta travel blog

Race Day

A travel blog entry by xcountryinmalta


Before we get to the race itself there was the Opening Ceremony last night which consisted of some speeches we couldnt understand, some local culture with Knights and flags and lots of dancing. Liam looked suitably proud carrying the New Zealand flag ...

Comino, Rabat, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by euroschos


Carol: up early for pick up @ 8.15 to make the boat, to Comino. Uncles John and Frank joined us again. Have to get there early to get a spot on the beach! The tiniest little bit of sand with about 40 deck chairs and umbrellas jammed in, and then another ...

Mdina and Rabat, Sliema, Malta travel blog

Mdina and Rabat

A travel blog entry by bibi64


Caught the bus to the southern part of Malta to the town of Mdina extremely famous for Medina glass! Mdina traces back more than 4000 years. According to historical records it was here that in 60 A.D. that the Apostle of St Paul is said to have lived ...

Klein aber fein, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Klein aber fein

A travel blog entry by kleinmeli


... schönen Blick auf den "Grand Harbour".  Außerdem geht dort ein angenehmer Wind, lädt zum Ausruhen ein. Also wer nach Malta kommt, sollte sich Valetta auf keien Fall entgehen lassen. Auch wenn es sicher die einzige Hauptstadt ist, bei der man in ...

Day at SEA!, At sea, Malta travel blog

Day at SEA!

A travel blog entry by ohiolair


... back an hour.... and get the hour we lost back.  An extra hour of sleep.  Nice.  Tomorrow we dock in Valletta, Malta.  I'm not sure what to expect, but it should be fun.  Bob, Carol and Michael are doing another tour, a short ...

Southern Part of Malta Island, Marsaxlokk, Malta travel blog

Southern Part of Malta Island

A travel blog entry by elaqid


... weather.  Today, I set out to explore the southern part of the island and to do so, I decided to use the services of the Malta Sightseeing - Hop on/Hop off - bus.  For a mere 15 euros, I thought it was well worth it.  I picked up te ...

Wow Malta's great!, Sliema, Malta travel blog

Wow Malta's great!

A travel blog entry by sarahjanesmith

... already booked my next visit to Malta and the Fortina Spa Resort for June. I'm so looking forward to a summer holiday in Malta. A winter holiday was just perfect for site seeing, relaxing and getting away from the cold and I'm sure a summer holiday will ...

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