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.

Exploring Malta

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

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... visit the Rotunda of Mosta where in WWII a Luftwaffe bomb pierced the dome (one 50kg bomb bounced off) and fell among a congregation of more than 300 people awaiting early evening mass. It did not explode, so it is considered to be a miracle. But our local guide suggested (quite passionately) that St. Johns Co-Cathedral was far more spectacular to see – especially the floor. ...

A reason to visit Malta

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

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Leaving the Hypogeum, I walked (10 minutes) to the Tarxien Temples - Malta's most complex network of prehistoric megalithic temples. The first of these temples (there are 4) is thought to date from 3600 BC. They are dry stone structures with no mortar, concrete etc used to hold the massive stone blocks in place. Very little is known about the activities or rituals that took place within these structures until the early Bronze Age when they were used ...

The Three Cities

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

... the water is absolutely littered with boats and yachts, big, small, basic, luxurious, and forest of white masts heading out to sea. Some were floating hotels, and I saw young Brits and Australians scrubbing the steps enthusiastically, I imagine there payment is a free ride.

On the way to the tip was a church. Outside the church stood a monument. It was dedicated to those who died in the bombings during WW2. As I mentioned earlier, this was a prime spot for the ...

Exploring the countryside

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Jan 16, 2014

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... very green and lovely, with a different feel to other parts of the island. Manica showed me some moss growing on trees, indicating that the air here must be very clean. An 18th century palace, the official summer house of the Prime Minister, overlooks the gardens, and we were tempted to jump the fence, but we needed to catch a bus back home.

Hopping off at Sliema, I took Val and Manica to see my favourite murals and playground by the sea. We took nice pictures of the ...