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Valletta Waterfront

| Magazino Terminal, Floriana, Valletta, Island of Malta, Malta
+356 2123 3346
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“cruise ship” (59 reviews)
“water front” (24 reviews)
“nice walk” (21 reviews)
| Magazino Terminal, Floriana, Valletta, Island of Malta, Malta
+356 2123 3346
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Reviewed yesterday

If you come to Malta you absolutely must spend time at the waterfront. amazing. full of history, amazing buildings and views. take the ferry across to the three cities - just .90cents return for a Senior - wonderful

Thank gingerfoxesmum
Reviewed yesterday

Valletta Waterfront has a faded air of grandeur about it, and is amazingly beautiful at sunset. There are plenty of good places to eat along where the huge cruise ship tie up, and a large variety of food is to be found there - the...More

Thank Nicola A
Reviewed yesterday

I recommend it as it is poignant to the history of the island and has many attractions, however, even though I do believe it does make the heart of the island as a capital, it is more modern and I believe that it is important...More

Thank NeelyJo
Reviewed 2 days ago

we have just had a week in Malta, Valletta harbour cruise with Supreme Cruises was worth 16 euros for 90 minutes, a beautiful way to see the sights. Travelling around the island by hire car was its own adventure, the drivers in Malta are nuts,...More

Thank MandyNanma
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

When we visited the waterfront looked amazing. We were so lucky to have a person who lives in Malta to point out the 3 cities over the way and any notable aspects. The water is so blue and welcoming! Lovely to watch the boats go...More

Thank Lottelli
Reviewed 4 days ago

Our first and almost certainly our last visit to Malta .... Why? 1 Manic traffic everywhere impossible to escape from hired, screeching breaks and bad driving. Pavements full pot holes and crossing the road requires agility and determination 2 Construction work taking place all over...More

Thank david h
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

To fully enjoy the view of the waterfront one must take a ferry to Sliema (about €3.80 fo a round trip), but you won't regret it. Highly recommended.

Thank StoczniaPunx
Reviewed 5 days ago

If you like to see one of the best Harbors in the world. Then by all means get out to this place. It is an extremely nice place to go and look at all the various boats from mega million yachts to small boats with...More

Thank David L
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Very nice area that is a must to if you're in Malta, the Maltese didn't change anything in this area, not even the old people house tags names. Just go and spend couple of hours walking and dont forget to try they traditional beer

Thank WasefAbdulhadi
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

A lot of restaurants and pubs beautiful Atmosphere all the time of the day as long as you are with family or friends young or old it the same . good food and nice scenery

Thank Jeanette S
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Are cafes open or closed on Sundays in Valletta?
6 April 2017|
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Response from The_Sea_Batt | Reviewed this property |
Hi yes they are largely open in the main tourist areas even on major religious holidays like Easter Sunday.
What is the best retstaurant in valletta
21 November 2016|
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Response from bluesbuddah | Reviewed this property |
Sorry,impossible to answer, depending on preference of cuisine there are so many to choose from. Cafe Cordina on Republic St just before George Sq.has a well deserved reputation and is one of my personal favourites as is... More
We are 50+ couple. We want to visit Valletta in September. My husband has a medical condition and can not walk up hill too much. Because of that I am not sure if going to Valletta is a good idea. Is Valletta easy to walk through? Are there many hills that we will need to climb in order to get to the tourist attractions? We are coming mainly as cultural tourists so if walking through the city will be difficult (a lot of steep streets and stairs) than the whole purpose of the visit is not going to be reached. Please advise.
25 August 2016|
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Response from Katie E | Reviewed this property |
Hi, yes there r hills and steps especially going down to the harbour. I think u could avoid a lot of them. We stayed in St Julians and u can walk along the promenade to Sliema and beyond and that is pretty flat. Valetta is... More