For those who thinks that Malta is just beaches and dry land, have a look at this place. LOVED IT!!!
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Really beautiful place to see, great views and do go at noon to see the canon fire. The whole city is magical but this place of calm adds to its beauty, definitely visit. The lower gardens were also lovely (and arguably even a better spot...More
A little garden at the edge of the city with a really nice view and some terraces. We came here to relax, admire the view and did the saluting batteries while there (be sure to be there at 12:00)
Visited here as we always do when visiting Malta. Great views of the Grand Harbour of Valletta.with the added bonus of watching the firing of the midday cannon, this is also done at 4pm. You can also gain entrance to the saluting battery for a...More
Well worth the visit. If you go at midday they fire the cannon in a ceremony enacted by servicemen in historical costumes. You can take the sky lifts down the thousand metre drop to the lower docks where all the cruise liners dock
They fire the cannons daily at noon and 16:00, you can see this for free on the upper tier but for a few euros you can get right next to the guns and feel the force of the explosion.
This is great introduction to Valletta when coming across from Birgu/Vittorosa. If you use the ferry the lift is free up to the gardens. You can walk it but be prepared, it takes a long time and there's no escape once you've committed (see photo...More