We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
  • Sort by:
  • Ranking
  • Book Online
We found great results, but some are outside Sliema. Showing results in neighbouring cities.
Limit search to Sliema.
Lascaris War Rooms Valletta 2.1 km away
#1 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
Whilst in Valetta we visited the Upper Barrakka Gardens (a wonderful and historic tropical garden with a wonderful view over Grand Harbour) a number of times and saw signs for the Lascaris War Rooms.
His knowledge and passion for the site and the role Malta played during the Second World War was exceptional, he is a gifted story teller and was able to paint a vivid picture of Malta's war years.
St. John's Co-Cathedral Valletta 1.8 km away
#3 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
I just love to visit this Cathedral and view the opulence and beauty always worth a visit and the audio tour is extremely informative
The latter covers historical information regarding the site, the country, Christian influence, and art (including the stunning painting of "The Beheading of St. John the Baptist by famous artist Caravaggio).
11 Ways to experience it
War HQ Tunnel Valletta 2.1 km away
#2 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
We went towards the end of our holiday having seen many sights, exhibitions and presentations previously and yet the tour of the tunnels still taught us so much that was new.
It also means you have the opportunity to view the information panels and small exhibits relating to the Saluting Battery as part of the tour price.
Casa Rocca Piccola Valletta 1.8 km away
#4 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
The tour was impressive and informative, it was magical to be able to amble through the history and view the inside of house that's still lived in today.
We went to Malta in early April (2016) and fortunately, even though there are countless museums and historic sites on this incredible little island, chose this one.
1 Way to experience it
Valletta Waterfront Valletta 2.1 km away
#5 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
Many vantage points from which to view this magnificent vista of blue sea, the city fortifications and various ornate buildings, churches, towers and domes, all in mellow yellow stone.
Taking between 2-3 hours you can sail up and down the many inlets of the harbour for some great views of the city and architecture from the water great chance to get some super photos of the forts and battlements...
4 Ways to experience it
Spinola Bay Saint Julian's 1.4 km away
#1 of 7 Sights & Landmarks in Saint Julian's
One of my favourite bays in the world, gorgeous views of boats and restaurant lights, safe for a jog or walk along the promenade, restaurants are amazing, staff are friendly, you can pop into cathedrals along your...
Picturesque bay with great pedestrian walkway-I enjoyed my AM runs along the bay, easy to navigate and many sights to see!
1 Way to experience it
Fort St Elmo - National War Museum Valletta 1.8 km away
#8 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
Very good a lot to see very interesting to see Maltas involvement in the Second World War but has artifacts from all stages of their history and the fort itself has some great views of the bay well worth a visit
Updated with the latest audio-visual props and now set inside the walls of a fort which withstood the famous 16th century siege of Malta, this site is superb as a museum and as an introduction to the multilayered...
7 Ways to experience it
Parish Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Saint Julian's 0.9 km away
#2 of 7 Sights & Landmarks in Saint Julian's
If you are visiting the area, there is a lovely little green cabin selling cheap drinks, beers and snacks including a delicious fold up pizza which is much cheaper and has a better view than the surrounding restau...
Saluting Battery Valletta 2.1 km away
#7 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
Had a great day in valletta lovely views perfect day yet again love weather amazing views lovely day with my wife and mother
Is a nice feeling visiting Saluting Battery, with an amazing view of Great Harbour, at 12 and 16 are daily gun fire and the guided tours are useful, with a lot of informations.
Balluta Square Saint Julian's 0.9 km away
#3 of 7 Sights & Landmarks in Saint Julian's
Great area to sit and chill in the summer sunshine with a brilliant view of the bay.
Wonderful views, so relaxing watching the beautiful, clear blue sea.
Church of Saint Paul's Shipwreck Valletta 1.9 km away
#9 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
... domed ceilings with beautiful frescos, a most ornate altar and so many other things to delight the eye, we personally liked it better than St.Johns Cathedral, however we are aware that that is a subjective view.
St Paul’s Shipwreck is a national “hidden gem” which should be on the very top of the list of sites to visit in Malta, up at the very top next to St John’s Co Cathedral.
1 Way to experience it
Auberge de Castille Valletta 1.9 km away
#11 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
Great view of Auberge de Castile with great views of the harbour, Close to Barraka gardens.
During our free walking tour of valletta we got to visit many amazing sites and appreciate the grand buildings of a time gone by.
2 Ways to experience it
Carmelite Church Valletta 1.8 km away
#12 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
Shrine of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Valletta 1.6 km away
#14 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
Barrakka Lift Valletta 2.2 km away
#10 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
Wonderful views and the ride is very smooth but quite fast so beware if you are scared of heights.A great way to appreciate the ancient fortifications of Valetta - those knights sure knew how to project manage!
The top of the lift is in Upper Barrakka Gardens so if you miss the view on the way up you can gaze at leisure from the gardens at what has to be the most impressive vista in the Maltese islands.
3 Ways to experience it
Strait Street Valletta 1.8 km away
#13 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
Valletta is an absolutely stunning city with superb buildings and incredible views.
Amazing view!
1 Way to experience it
Fort St Angelo Birgu (Vittoriosa) 2.7 km away
#1 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Birgu (Vittoriosa)
Definitely worth visiting - excellent facilities with interesting history of the Maltese Islands! Wonderful views of Birgu, and across the harbour to Valletta which is European Capital of Culture 2018!!
Since it was conserved and restored over the last few years, developments continue to enhance this amazing fortress site and give insights into its long history as well as opening up the whole site- the displays a...
1 Way to experience it
Three Cities Valletta 3.3 km away
#6 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
Well worth the visit - we spent most of the day here quite happily strolling around the little streets - seeing the sites admiring Valletta across the water,,,, (above sites are all included in the Heritage Pass (...
It's a beautiful place, a bit off the beaten track, with historic sites, wonderful places to eat where the locals all gather, and the ride on the small boat was quite scenic.
St. Paul's Anglican Pro-Cathedral Valletta 1.5 km away
#19 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
You can view the bell tower from outside and a newly opened visitor centre is in the crypt where a short film is played and there is a cafe, toilet facilities and a Cathedral shop which was closed when I visited.
A visit here is just as important as any of the other wonderful sites on this stunning island.
Grandmaster's Palace Valletta 1.8 km away
#16 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
On our visit the parliament building on the same site was closed to the public due to official business taking place however, the collections within the armoury are amazing.
Well looked very interesting but unfortunately we were on a tight schedule but would have been nice to have had time to go inside and view the building, history and activities.
4 Ways to experience it
Valletta City Gate Valletta 1.9 km away
#17 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
Great place to amble and take in the stunning sights and scenery The Main Street is littered with cafes restaurants and shops The harbour walk beautiful it’s a must see Public transport in Malta is outstanding ver...
The new gate was design by Renzo Piano an Italian famous architect, that gives a modern view to the whole are with a beautiful fountain in the center.
Siege Bell War Memorial Valletta 2.1 km away
#15 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
Thought provoking memorial dedicated to the Maltese people who died during WW2, very quiet spot with beautiful views
... side streets were built over 500 - 600 years ago This Bell War Memorial can be seen from the coffee veranda and when you are on a boat tour if offers a magnificent view of the whole City Wall and the Citadel
1 Way to experience it
St George Square Valletta 1.8 km away
#22 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
One of the best landmarks, If you are in Valletta visit the Square and enjoys free Wi-Fi and museums.
Great place to get your bearings, have a coffee and start your wandering around the streets and sites of Valletta
1 Way to experience it
Triton Fountain Valletta 1.9 km away
#20 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
It is a very popular bustling area and a great landmark.
It is one of most popular landmarks in Valetta and Malta.
Victoria Gate Valletta 2.1 km away
#18 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
A wonderful Gate and fitting tribute to our Queen Victoria, a few minutes walk from the waterfront, fabulous views of the waterfront too.
Victoria Gate is another stunning site in Valletta - a city which is truly photogenic!
Our Lady of Victories Church Valletta 1.9 km away
#21 of 57 Sights & Landmarks in Valletta
Lovely to see a historical site returning to its original use looking clean and groomed!
According to the information provided on site, the church was the first building to be erected in Valletta by the Order of St John.
#2 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Sliema
Thoroughly enjoyed these sites in particular - and you mustn't miss a trip on the ferry to Goso!!! SO interesting and beautiful in its own way - and the history is unbelievable!
One of the main reasons for choosing Malta as a holiday destination had been to visit some of the magnificent religious sites in the capital and around the main island.