3-bedroom, 3 bathroom, Valletta, duplex penthouse with jacuzzi and views
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apartment quite clean - Nice environement - Close to the city center -
Nothing to say about the flat quite comfortable with all the electric appliances desired.
A very and comfortable terrasse.
Cleaning up was very well done.
Concerning the country it's very interesting a lot of historical sites to see and shopping is very convenient..
Malta is the loveliest small state of the E.E.C.
Sure to come back in the spring or the automn season.
Thank you for your review. We are so glad you enjoyed the apartment and Malta. Hope you will visit us again.
Valletta has many titles, all recalling its rich historical past. It is the "modern" city built by the Knights of St John; a masterpiece of the Baroque; a European Art City and a World Heritage City. Today, it is one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world.
The city is busy by day, yet retains a timeless atmosphere by night, that gives the feeling that you are walking back in time. The grid of narrow streets boasts some of Europe's finest art works, churches and palaces.
Valletta is abundantly rich in sites to see and explore, intriguing historical buildings around every corner: votive statues, niches, fountains and coats of arms high up on parapets. Narrow side streets are full of tiny quaint shops and cafés, while Valletta's main streets are lined with larger international branded shops for fashion, music, jewellery and much more.
The best way to get around and see the most, from your visit to Valletta, is on foot and although the things to do & see are many, a good start and definitely not to be missed are Valletta's beautiful gardens. The Upper Barrakka Gardens, Hastings Gardens & the Lower Barrakka Gardens are just three of the most popular ones. Apart from beautiful Baroque churches other places of interest include the various grandmaster auberges, piazzas & museums.
As in the rest of the country, the restaurant scene in Valletta is an eclectic mix offering a variety of cuisines to satisfy all tastes and budgets.
A growing number of eateries around the city are now offering local fare, serving their own versions of traditional specialities.
Maltese cuisine is the result of a long relationship between the islanders and the many conquerors who occupied the Maltese Islands over the centuries. This marriage of tastes has given local gastronomy a Mediterranean character all its own.
And nowhere is this mixture of culture and cuisne more strongly felt than in Malta's cosmopolitan capital.