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Paceville

Paceville

Paceville is the entertainment centre in Malta! There you can find bars, discos, cafes, cinema, shopping complexes/shopping malls(clothing, shoes, books, watches, jewellery, well, just everything), souvenir shops, casinos, nightclubs, bowling, games arcades, restaurants(Maltese, English, Italian, Turkish, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Korean, etc.), hotels, the Hilton tower(also known as Portomaso Tower), supermarkets, a small beach, a yacht-harbour, and much more.

There is also a quite large shopping complex, known as Bay-Street Complex. Spread on four floors, you can find whatever you need.

The NIGHTLIFE of Paceville


The nightlife is incredible in Malta. The streets which are totally empty during the day are filled up with people at night. At 10:00pm they start bursting out of every side.

Paceville is also full of nice restaurants. A classical one is the Japanese ‘Zen‘ Restaurant. However it’s also quite expensive (starting from 15€ or 18$ per person).


Shopping in Paceville



Bay Street Shopping Complex
The Bay Street Shopping Complex is spread on 4 floors and houses clothing shops (Mexx), a book-shop, cafes, restaurants, (Argentinean Steakhouse, McDonalds, etc.), bars (Hard Rock Café, Hacienda), perfumery, Games arcade ( Jokers Family Fun) for children and teenagers/adults, sports-shop, music shop, movies and games, candy store, and others! The shopping mall is architecturally very nice and is partial open air. From time to time shows are performed in the centre of the mall, e.g. beauty contest, interviews, song-contests, etc.

Centre of Paceville
From here you can get to every direction of Paceville. Not far away of the centre are shops for souvenirs and jewellery.

The Portomaso Shopping Complex
Around the Portomaso Tower you can find various shops, mostly luxury ones! Among other things you can find shops for jewellery (International Diamonds), clothing (De Fort), Ceramic Art and others.

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