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attard - Answered a Question by ghert (05 Apr 09 20:03)

Hope you liked malta ! to actually see malta, you have to come for a few days. little island with so much to see. it reeks in history, especially in the south of the island. eg. fort st.angelo., vittoriosa, cottonera etc. etc. these places and more have all the original buildings built by the knights of st. john. valletta is unique. read all about it on different websites.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by ghert (02 Sep 08 09:21)

Try this guy for tours - touringmalta.com. You dock right below Valetta so you could just stroll around. Don't miss the sail in/out as it is beautiful.

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Reynolds - Answered a Question by ghert (02 Sep 08 13:41)

Valetta is very easy to walk round, lovely buildings, gardens etc also the shopping is very good. The walk into town is quite steep and usually there is a local bus at the dockside charges 1 euro for 2 persons single, worth doing and then walk back to dockside as all downhill slopes and steps.

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McMillen - Answered a Question by ghert (02 Sep 08 21:55)

We booked a tour on an open top bus in valetta. Just as we embarked from the shipypu can buy your ticket it gets you on the shuttle bus to bus station and then you change to the open top bus.We choose the tour of the North of the island very nice trip you see a lot of the costal areas and only costs about 10 euro each You will have head phones to listen to comentary on the way round.

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