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Description In the stylish centre of the town, this top boutique hotel offers chic sophistication and state-of-the-art facilities to create a thoroughly contemporary atmosphere. Completed in 2007, The Palace stri... more

Malta Hotels

Description A guide for visitors who want to access the best of Malta & Gozo, a popular island. It covers some of the best of this country, including Valletta, Sliema, Mdina and Rabat, Southern Malta, Northern Ma... more

Travel Books

Description This work visits the monumental sites of prehistoric Malta. It delves into the mysteries of the Knights of Saint John, and reveals the North African influences that permeate all aspects of life on the... more

Travel Books

Description Make the most of your trip with AA's best selling pocket guide series up to date and easy to use the series has been revamped to include an atlas section and additional maps. Sporting the new distinct... more

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Review of Valetta (Malta)


An Interesting place to visit for sightseeing or shopping.

None really

...Lots to see and do In Valletta I would highly recommend that any visitor to Malta should spend some time in the very interesting city of Valletta. Valletta is a world heritage site and the Maltese capital. Malta itself is a small island and its capital too is small but densely packed with delights for the tourist to indulge in. Valetta honestly has ?something for everyone...

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Review of Oki Ko-Ki boat trips, Malta


Entertaining boat trip with flexibility on where to go and for how long

None for me

..."OHHHH OKI KO-KI"-THE BEST BOAT TRIP IN MALTA Oki ko-ki (Crazy Banis) Malta I think that Malta is one of those places where visitors have very varied reactions to it. Just like Marmite the tiny Mediterranean island of Malta seems to be either loved or even loathed. I absolutely fall into the first group and have always love it here, as does my husband and our now grown up...

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Review of General: Malta


“Malta you alta visit”

published 21/08/2008

Easy to get to, lots to see and do

wasn't as warm as I thought it might be in February

...Malta: General information: A sunny island in the Southern Mediterranean Sea only about 200miles from the North Africa( Libya) and about 60 miles from Sicily. It is technically The Republic of Malta and the island of Malta is one of several islands making up this nation only the two largest islands Malta and Gozo are inhabited .Malta is the largest island and is the cultural and administrative...

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