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Ferry connection Malta-Tunis | Italy-Tunis

Ferry connection Malta-Tunis | Italy-Tunis

Direct ferry connections between Tunis and Malta are provided from Grimali Ferries, an Italian Ferry Service Provider for the Mediterranean area. ... more

Ferry connection Sliema-Valletta | Valletta-Sliema

Ferry connection Sliema-Valletta | Valletta-Sliema

You can’t really believe it but there is a ferry connection between Valletta and Sliema. The transfer takes 5 minutes and starts every 30 minutes or hour - depending on the season. ... more

Ferry Connections Malta-Gozo | Gozo-Malta

Ferry Connections Malta-Gozo | Gozo-Malta

The only provider of this service is Gozo Channel Company. The ferry operates every 30minutes in summer and every 60 minutes in winter. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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Ferry-Connection Malta-Italy | Italy-Malta

Ferry-Connection Malta-Italy | Italy-Malta

Direct ferry connections between Italy and Malta exist with Genoa, Salerno as well as Sicily (Pozzallo, Palermo, and Catania). ... more












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Gozo
Hello everybody, We will be visiting Gozo for two weeks. Now we would like to know what we definitely should see on that beautiful and tranquil island. How is the public transport operating? What does it cost? Does anybody have some tips wha... Reply now >>

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Re: nightlife
There is a disco/bar/caf in gozo(near xlendi). I dont know anymore whats it called, but its quite nice and also very big!! Do you know it?... Reply now >>





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Sights in Marsaxlokk

In Marsaxlokk there isn’t much to see. The city has a nice bay, full of colorful traditional Maltese boats, also known as Dghajjes- or Luzzu-boats. The attraction #1 is the market. In the centre is a beautiful big church surrounded by old houses. Not far away from Marsaxlokk in the south lies the Fort St. Lucian. North-eastwards are an old church and the temples of Tas-Silg.

Mdina - the old capital

Mdina is the old capital city of Malta and lies on the south-western part of the island. You could say only a little bit in the outback. Beside it is Rabat. The population of Mdina is around 400 people. It is quite impossible that the population can increase, because the whole city resembles more a castle or fort then a city. The city lies 190mtrs above sea level (that’s quite high for Maltese landscape) and is surrounded with slopes on three sides. The city has almost the form of a square and is very strong fortified.

Cottonera (Three Cities) - the ‘three cities‘: Vittoriosa, Cospicua and Senglea

The word Cottonera describes the three cities: Vittoriosa (Birgu), Senglea (L‘Isla) and Cospicua (Bormla). The peninsula in the middle, Vittoriosa, was the only peninsula of the three peninsulas which was inhabited at the arrival of the Knights of St. John. In the past the city was called ‘Borgo del Castello‘. That‘s where the name Birgu comes from. Valletta didn‘t exist at that time.




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