Top 10 Cities In Malta

1-Valletta:

Valletta (Malta. Belt Valletta) is the capital of the Republic of Malta, the economic and political center of the state. Named after the knight, naval commander, master of the Order of the Ioannites, Jean Parizo de la Valletta, who defended the island from the Turks in 1565 and founded the city, later named after him.


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2-Madina:

Mdina, also known by its titles Città Vecchia or Città Notabile, is a fortified city in the Northern Region of Malta, which served as the island's capital from antiquity to the medieval period.


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3-Sliema:

Sliema (Sliema in Maltese) is located just 5 km from the capital of Malta, Valletta. Sliema proposes a combination of a vacation on the Mediterranean coast, sports and an opportunity to view the island's attractions.
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4-St Julian"s (San Giljan):


A worthy competitor among Malta's urban cities, St. Julianova. The small town is located near the town of Sliema, the northern capital. And let the local Beaches away from the best on the coast but many comfortable hotels, shopping and entertainment complexes, comfortable restaurants attract thousands of tourists from all over the world every year.



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5-Birgu(Vittoriosa):

Birgu (ital. Città Vittoriosa or Malt. Birgu) - a small city in Malta, which played a major role during the siege of Malta in 1565. According to the 2005 census, the population of the city is 2701 people. Fort St. Angelo adjoins the city, and the city of Kospikua from the southwest.



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6-Mellieha:

The valleys in the suburbs of Mellieha are the most fertile lands of Malta. For centuries, there have been growing fruit orchards, olive trees, wheat, cotton, barley, and pr. Not far from Mellieha, 100 meters from Mellieha Bay Beach, there is the Adira Nature Reserve, which has a world-wide significance for the conservation of our natural resources.


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7-Bugibba:

Bugibba is a beautiful modern resort in northern Malta. It is located on a promontory that overlooks the beautiful bay of St. Paul on one side. This resort is 18 km from Malta Airport, 10 km from Slimy and 16 km from Valletta Chair. Bugibba is one of the most popular and lively tourist destinations on the island of Malta. A huge number of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, attractions, other entertainment venues are located throughout the coast. Many people are going to rest here, Bugibba is popular in all European countries. This is the place where they come on vacation, resting with their families.



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8-Qawra:

Mainly on the main paved roads, a city bike is ideal for long rides through the outskirts of St Paul's Bay, Quora, Pembroke, the capital of Valletta, and then going back to Kavara via Nuxxer. Be prepared for an equal volume of ascent and descending, with a distance of about 40 km for the round trip. Tourist areas of St. Paul's Bay and Cavara can also provide a route along the seaside through a wide and low congested road with fresh sea breeze and gentle waves, a good stop-off point is the National Aquarium and If someone is picking up a souvenir, this is also the place to stop. 



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9-Marsaxlokk:

Marsaxlokk (Maltese pronunciation is a small, traditional fishing village in the South Eastern Region of Malta. It has a harbor and is a tourist attraction known for its views, fishermen, and history.


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10-Victoria (Rabat):


Victoria is the capital of Malta's second-largest island, Gozo. By 1897, the town was called Rabat, and in the year 60 of the reign of Queen Victoria, it was renamed in honor of the queen (recall: the island belonged to Britain at the time and gained independence only in 1964, while the British queen was considered head of the Maltese state until 1979). There are two cities to the island's capital - Fontana and Kerch.


Top 10 Cities In Malta