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St. Julians, just beautiful

St. Julians, just beautiful

St. Julians is wonderful. The promenade is very nice and at night everything is lit up. Many restaurants are very inviting, not only for the food but also for the beautiful view over St. Julians bay and the street-life. Cafes, bars and souvenir shops are everywhere. It is worth to have a look at.

In the evening first you can go to have dinner in St. Julians, maybe in a Grecian or Italian restaurant, then you go over to a bar or cafe to drink something and relax and afterwards over to Paceville (entertainment centre of Malta) to have some fun till the early hours of the morning.

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