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The trip across in a Maltese boat was very enjoyable and the boatman told us quite a lot of interesting information and history of the Three Cities. Thoroughly enjoyed the Maritme Musuem and our lunch in a restaurant with a delightful courtyard garden. Walking round...More
Really a day needed to explore all of this place we spent half a day and seen such great buildings narrow streets similar to Mdina
We only visited Birgu great walk along the waterfront some magnificent yachts worth millions there are a few places to...More
This looks wonderful from Valletta however there is little to actually see and do there other than walk a lot! Dining is limited. Lots of buildings are still run down. The ferry is cheap and runs frequently. Not on our top place to go if...More
We did this with the Captain Morgan Boat. There are other firms.
The tour itself took us everywhere, from the dry dock, through the history and then to the Maltese Navy, and the extremely luxurious personal yachts. So we saw everything.
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The Three Cities are definitely worth a visit! From Valletta, you can get a very cheap ferry over and even the ferry trip has enjoyable views. Once there, the waterfront with the boats is great to stroll along. The square in Birgu is also really...More
Crossing the harbour to reach Vittorioso was a delight in itself. The town with all its auberges was fascinating. Malta at War Museum brought back memories to one of us who was born right at the beginning of WW11. The personnel were very informative.
Took the ferry across to the Three Cities which costs €1.50 or €2.80 return. Have to say Birgu was the favourite. The Birgu waterfront is packed with luxury yachts and the buildings in some of the streets are beautifully maintained, in general it is a...More