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Sightseeing and Places to Visit
Some listings here may already have been mentioned in other sections – this because there may be different reasons for visiting these tourist attractions. Listed here however are those tourist attractions that have a more “general” appeal, not only for those with specific interests, and those which do not quite fit elsewhere. Still, refer to the list of “History” attractions as this will be where much of your personal “must-see” sightseeing checklist will come from.
Blue Grotto and Zurrieq Valley Creek
A natural sea-cave, accessible by little boats performing regular trips, weather permitting.
A fishing village and open air market.
Malta’s capital city. Walk around the streets of Valletta, the city of the Knights, and visit the newly restored “Valletta Waterfront” (quite a walk from the centre of Valletta).
Even of you don’t specifically visit for the history of the place, still a great walk-around.
Crafts Village, Ta’ Qali.
See blown glass being made, purchase silver filigree items and other Maltese products.
If you want to get a feel for the more cosmopolitan Maltese lifestyle, pay a visit to Sliema.
It’s not quite Malta... a must-visit for any tourist. See the Citadel, Victoria, Dwejra/Azure Window, Ggantija, Ta’ Pinu, and the Crafts Village on a day tour.