Couple in 70s, like paddling in shallow water. Don't walk far. Which is the best resort for a quiet couple looking for a relaxing week early August.
typical prices for eating out?
We are a couple 60+, will visit Malta from Dec. 29 in the morning to January 3 also in the morning. Staying in Intercontinental Hotel in St. Julians.
Will appreciate recomendations about what to do, to see, where to eat, local tours, New Year's Eve celebrations (we saw about the Gala Dinner in Ta'Marija restaurant, do it wort €75?), transport, etc.
Thanks for any help/
Hello. I am a new guy on VT, and need advice. I am tempted to buy my wife a short trip to Malta for Christmas as a surprise. She loved Santorini a couple years ago. Malta has lots of different areas which sound interesting. We will probably travel in late February or early March. IF you were to advise someone for a first-time short vacation in Malta, where would you recommend staying as our home base? Thank you.
I'm coming for 4 days and shall be staying in St. Paul's Bay. We'd like to visit Gozo for a day. I'm looking for some tips to make this day more successful, so maybe anybody can help me with logistics - I'm hearing a lot of bad reviews about unreliable and slow buses there and all over Malta
The other question concerns Christmas celebrations - any recommendations what to visit? Markets, concerts, etc...
Does one walk over from Birgu to Senglea???And how long does this take?Many thanks!
Planning my first trip to Malta in October.
And now I'm looking for the most helpful information concerning the up coming trip.
In this topic I hope to find some utolity information regarding diving round Malta,
we are two not so much experienced divers, Padi OWD, but too exited to dive new places and see this unique underwater beauty and mystery.
We are interested in to start with some shore diving not far from the coast, and one or two trips by boat to some outstanding dive sites.
Please be so kind to advise what destination to choose not far from good and quality dive shop
Hope will be lucky to read about it within TripAdvisor.
What will you advise to take some equipment with me or not, whether it is good enough?
What is about diving insurance, should I attend it in advance or get it upon arrival?
Should we be aware of anything?
This August I`ll go to Malta for my birthday with my boyfriend. I just started searching for hotel and divecenter. I`m certified diver (CMAS *) and I`m thinking about getting PADI AOWD/CMAS ** certificate during this trip, my boyfriend has never dive before so he probably will get OWD certificate. Hope you will help me to find answers for following questions:
- What is better, to choose 5* hotel and eat there or 3*-4* hotel and eat in the city?
- Which location to choose? Gozo or somewhere else?
- Have you visited any dive center? Which one do you recommend? (We are looking for fun and professional instructors, for teaching my boyfriend)
- Any info we should know before visiting Malta (ferry boat, food, etc.)
- What fun to do for birthday party (clubs, shows, fun activities etc.)
Thank you in advance, hope you will help us to make this trip awesome
We're travelling to Malta in June. I've just come across an advertisement about the Malta pass. In some countries, these passes are well worth their price, in other places not at all. If someone has first-hand experience about the pass, I'd be more than happy to read it.
INFO: prices in May - with 50% discount are the following: one-day pass 24,95 EUR; two-day pass 39,95 EUR, three-day pass 49,95 EUR. If you purchase the pass until the end of May, you can get it for these reduced prices; and the pass is valid for 12 months. So if someone is considering buying such a pass, it's worth getting it in May. (You can buy it online, if you wish.)
Hi, I need to know how to reach from Sliema to the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum by public transport by tomorrow
what clothes should i pack for the end of april? :)
I will be visiting friends for a week and I will be staying in Santa Venera.
I know there are plenty local buses to take me to Sliema, Valetta, Msida and sarrounding area.
I know that weekly ticket for the local bus is €6.50 so I have that covered
My question is : does the island warrant car hire or I can do the travelling around on public transport??
I don't mind public transport, actually
I prefer it, as that way you get involved in everyday local life so going on public transport is no issue.
Just wondered what is better, altho it seems car hire for a week is more expensive than two Ryanair tickets to Malta.
I would appreciate any input you have on the matter.
I'm coming soon.
Is there anything in Valletta or Floriana on this Sunday night?
How to divide ny time on this Monday, Tuesday between Valleta, Floriana and Gozo (Rabat, Nadur)?
Where is more local (I mean original not so just as another street event) atmosphere
Can I listen ghane anywhere between 15 and 22.02? Any other events? I know about Lucilla Galeazzi' concert
Any other all kind live music venues in this period?
3. Local (not international) fast (to grab, but tasty) food recommendations? I have already found some on the Internet myself
4. Any particular hiking trials? I have heard about Il-Majjistral Nature and History Park?
Good Morning Malta,
Can anybody please tell me whether or where in the Bugibba region I might be able to keep abreast of the big sporting events? Perhaps with a beer!! Very many thanks.
Does anybody know where the new Indian Restaurant is- I am staying at the Dolmen- is it close?
We are considerng staying at the Villa del Porto in Kalkara (had anyone stayed there, and would they recomment it?), but when I used Google Earth to check out nearby restaurants, I couldn't find a thing. Does anyone know if there are places to eat in the area?
Apart from seeing history as a solos chick what should I do in Malta for a week? I love the water too
Hi, we are a couple 50 yo and will be staying in a Hotel in Gozo on the 18th July 2014. We would like to meet with an other couple same age group for some fun. Contact us please.
I will be traveling with two friends in Malta for about 4 days in September and I was wondering if you could suggest a diverse amount of things to do. In a nutshell the best of. Cultural and athletic activities, beaches, museums etc. Thank you!
hi can anyone help wanting a 2bed appartment from 23/9/14 to 7/10/14 for me my husband and son can anyone help
I have just booked to get married at Melliaha Bay Hotel and while I have seen lots of good reviews about weddings there I am struggling to find any photo's of weddings in the Gazebo and I have also seen from one of the reviews that guests have to stand as there is no room.
If anyone has photo's they could send me I would be very grateful. I would also like to know what you did with your guests as I don't want them to be uncomfortable!
We are thinking of a 3 or 4 day excursion to Malta in late May. There are a number of islands, etc. We don't want to move every day. How easy is it to go from one to the other by ferry for a day-trip? All suggestions are welcome, including hotels. We will consider upscale as long as its worth the experience.
Okay, so I'm going to Malta, for the first time ever! and there is the possibility that I'll be going alone D:
Is it expensive to eat out? I'm going for 10 days how much spending money should I take?
I plan on going on the blue lagoon boat to gozo and comino - Has anyone been on the full day trip and is it worth the 50 euros?
What is accepted as ID in Malta - apart from your passport (I don't really wanna take this around with me all day every day)
Is there any must see sights? I'll be 18, I like a bit of sight seeing and history.
Is there a safe path to walk the length (or width) of the island? If so where could I get a map from?
Is the bus services reliable? I live in England where the buses don't show up half the time..
I plan on staying in the Blue Sea San Anton hotel and apartment in Bugibba - has anyone stayed here before? or can recommend a nicer cheapish hotel?
I m going to Malta in January, looking for a job there, new friends and to enjoy the beauty of Malta.
Please any suggestions is welcome!
On our trip to Malta Dec 3rd-14th
- what kind of clothes (t-shirts/long sleeves...)?
- temperature C ?
- beach life?
- bus station in Sliema?
- prepaid internet card for my android tablet for 3-14.12. Where to buy?
- 48 h sightseeing card for bus/boat trips. Where to buy in Sliema? Price?
how much money should I bring?
We have stayed in Qwara/Buggiba twice now - during our first visit in 2008 we walked the sea-front promenade from the very end of Qwara to the very end of Buggiba (above the harbour) and along the way saw these wonderful sculptures of the planets. At the Qwara end, we started with Mercury and gradually walked along passing Venus, Earth, Mars ......etc. all the way to tiny Pluto above Bugibba Harbour. The sculptures were set on the wall/railings and were spaced-apart in proportion to their distance from the sun and each other. So, the first "inner" planets were fairly close together and then from Mars outwards became quite distant from each other with Pluto being quite remote.
This year, with all the building work going-on for the new sea life centre, we only found two planets near the central promenade area and Pluto had gone all together!
Will they put the missing planets back once building work has finished?
Was Pluto "demoted" as it was considered not to be a planet recently?
The mystery continues!
I would like to explore Malta in Nov/early Dec this year for week or two. I wanted to know if any one can recommend family, who is happy to provide accommodation and possibly some lovely cuisine. I'm not really fan of hotels or tourist areas, because it doesn't reflects the real life of locals and it's culture. Any help would be much appreciated. =o)
On the internet I have found a national war museum at St Elmo, a Malta at War Museum at Vittoriosa, and the Lascaris War Rooms, also at Vittoriosa. Are all three operating or have some been superseeded by others.
Also is there anyone familiar with these museums who would give their opinion as to which we should visit if we only have time for one.
We also intend visiting St John's Co-Cathedral and Museum, the Grand Palace and Armoury and the Casa Rocca Piccolo all in the space of four hours. Which two should we visit first as we may not get the third seen in the limited time we have.
Going to Malta in Mar what's the weather like? Do I need heat in apartment? Is Valletta
Or Sliema the best place to stay. Johnny