Renaissance Malta Victoria Hotel

Address: Triq Gorg Borg Olivier, Sliema, Island of Malta, Malta | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Triq Gorg Borg Olivier, Sliema, is near Popeye or Sweethaven Village, Portomaso Marina, Manoel Theatre, and Cresta Dive Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Sliema

Caravaggio in the cathedral

A travel blog entry by snowfish on Apr 16, 2015

The Knights of St John while in Malta left a magnificent church. The inside is MOSTLY 22 carat gold! Fabulous tapestries hang and of course the famous Caravaggio painting of St John the Baptist. All was given to the Order as payment to be a part of this good old boys club. Of course everything thing was and is done in the name of the church to honor God.

Highlights of Malta

A travel blog entry by amberooni78 on Jul 03, 2015

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... in Malta with a population of about 400000 people!!! Next we did a walking tour through the narrow streets of Mdina, seeing castles and cathedrals along the way. We walked to the highest point inside Mdina and saw a lovely view of the surrounding village of Rabat. We visited Dingli which is 260m above sea level, which is a farming community and is the highest point in Malta. We had lunch at Rabat at a ...

Week 6 Malta

A travel blog entry by katie.jefferson on Aug 03, 2014

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... there were lots of food and craft stalls selling all sorts of food, drinks and local sweets. We enjoyed looking around and continued down the waterfront a bit before heading back for some fries, drinks and a doughnut and to listen to the brass band. We hung around a bit to see the fireworks which they were letting off from a barge, and were eventually rewarded by the usual very loud cannon-like fireworks. Bradley and James went for a run every morning he was ...

A reason to visit Malta

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

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... purposes.

Getting back on the bus (nearly 3 hours later), I next got off in the ancient fishing village of Marsaxlokk. The town is renowned for its brightly coloured fishing boats, being home to 70% of the Maltese fishing fleet, and its top-notch seafood restaurants (and there were a lot of them). The fishing boats are painted boldly in blue, red and yellow, with watchful 'Eyes of Osiris' on the bows to ward off evil spirits. The town has a very relaxed feel. ...

Ancient Malta

A travel blog entry by claire_anthony on May 29, 2014

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... a museum, St Paul's Grotto and some World War Two shelters. Only €5 each and we got an audio guide between us for an extra euro.

We began by visiting St Paul's Grotto which was a location where they kept St Paul after he had been shipwrecked off the coast of Malta. The reason he had been on a ship in the first place was because he was one of the disciples of Jesus and was being taken to Rome to be tried in front of the emperor Nero. It ...