Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Malta travel guide

 MALTA

So I have finally summarized points of interest in Malta that I have visited and recommend you. Malta is a small island that is surrounded by another island named Gozo and Comino. Malta beaches are very rocky, if you are trying to find a sandy beach than definitely head to Comino Blue lagoon where you will find even more transparent, sparkler and endless blue water. It is just not enough that Malta is already surrounded by beautiful and clean water.
There is an easy access of transport on the island, therefore do take the opportunity to make day trips to different cities and corners of the island. As I already explained in my previous Matlta post, we have spent in total 5 days on Malta (including days of arrival and departure) and it was enough for us to see the most imporant places that I have planned to see. Definitely plan it ahead so you will save time on travels. Book tours or hire a car. 
Here are some tips and inspiration and do share your owns in comments bellow xx

VALLETTA

1. Casa Rocca Piccola

2. Fort St Elmo




3. Royal Opera House



4. St Augustine Church

5. Valletta Waterfront



6. Upper Barakka Gardens



7. St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral



8. City gate



9. Triton Fountain



10. Siege Bell War Memorial



11. Republic Square



12. Lower Barakka Gardens

13. Hastings gardens



14. St. Publius



15. Victoria gate



SLIEMA

Sliema is an area popular with its restaurants, shops and bars. It is located just opposite of Valletta and it takes about 40min by bus to get there or 15 min by ferry.





MDINA, RABAT
Mdina served in the past as a island's capital city and is bordered by big walls just outside Mdina and it's was the suburb of the old Mdina.




GOZO
1. Victoria city
2. Azure window




COMINO
1. Blue lagoon



2 comments:

  1. Na maltu jsem se vždycky chtěla podívat, tak snad to jednou vyjde! :)

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    1. Doufam ze jo:) Je pekna, stoji urcite za navstevu;)

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