Rocca Nettuno suites

Address: Matthew Pulis St, Sliema, Island of Malta, SLM 3052, Malta | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Matthew Pulis St, Sliema, is near Mdina Old City, Casa Rocca Piccola, Manoel Theatre, and Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Sliema

    Exploring Malta

    A travel blog entry by migs-nz on Jun 30, 2014

    47 photos

    ... Village with beautiful blue boats. It was here that we purchased a lovely tablecloth detailed with the Maltese cross and laced hearts. The Maltese cross's eight points denote the eight obligations of the knights, namely "to live in truth, have faith, repent one's sins, give proof of humility, love justice, be merciful, be sincere and whole-hearted, and to endure persecution". ...

    A reason to visit Malta

    A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on Jun 05, 2014

    9 photos

    ... Temples.

    Armed with my pre-booked ticket I took the 11.00am tour of the Hypogeum. Due to the strictly controlled microclimate, the maximum number of visitors per tour is limited to 10 and no photos are allowed. This subterranean necropolis with it's halls, chambers and passages hewn out of the rock on 3 levels and dating from around 4000 BC, is like stepping into a mysterious and silent world. The Hypogeum covers some 500 square metres and it is thought ...

    The Three Cities

    A travel blog entry by wander-ful on Mar 11, 2014

    ... and locals use the first set of names, while other Maltese use the second.

    The area is a large docklands, and subsequently was bombed to rubble during WW2. The main focal point, the forts, is still intact and that is what I'll be using as a reference point today. The aim is to start at Birgu and make my way down the historic grand harbour.

    On the bus I see the plus side of all this rain. The countryside gets greener and lusher everyday. Flowers are blooming and ...

    Exploring the countryside

    A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Jan 16, 2014

    64 photos

    ... here?

    On our way down the hill we found huge open megalithic caves (I looked them up later, they’re called Ghar il-Kbir). The area was inhabited by cave dwellers at some stage, and then maybe animals were kept inside at a later date. I could tell from the black marks on the ceiling that it must be used for campfires or parties now. In one of the chambers I got very excited about a cave painting on the wall, but on close inspection, saw that it had been drawn in ...

    Smells Like Victory

    A travel blog entry by cristinazoghbi on Oct 12, 2013

    15 photos

    ... with a soft glow and both guided and comforted anything throughout these narrow old streets. So much history lives here. Even if you don’t know much about Birgu, you know something special is happening tonight. Also known as Cittą Vittoriosa, this city’s victorious triumph over the Ottomans during the Siege of Malta in 1565 can be relieved every year during Birgufest.

    There was something magical about walking in ...