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Valletta

Valletta

Valletta, probably the best spot with the most shops and malls to go shopping. The main street (Republic Street) is full of shops, especially jewelers. You must visit this street. The main road is full of people between 8am to 12am and again from 4pm till 7 pm. The so called Siesta takes place from 12am till 4pm.

At 7pm all shops and offices will close and the city will empty itself within minutes. Valletta offers more than just shops; you should also have a look at the historical city itself.

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