MALTA, SOME VALLETTA SIGHTS

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Our first day in Malta. We decided to visit Valletta. We took a public bus from Spinola Bay to Valletta.  We paid 1.50 Euros and it was valid for two hours. We were driven to the main bus station outside the city gates. We did pass this beautiful church of San Publiju.

And crossed over the road to find the Triton Fountain.

Before entering the City gates. This is one of my favourite things to do in a new place. Take a walk around taking in the sights and it is free !

On either side are steps up to the Valletta Fortifications. You can walk a circuit around the edge of the city on top of the walls (or as close as possible) looking down on the two harbours that flank the capital. The walk is circular and is only 1 km long so it isn’t too hefty a walk. If I did not have mobility issues I would have done this and have bookmarked this for a future visit.

It was a lovely walk, seeing old, new and British things.

This is a tiny city and there is a lot more to see but early March is not the right time. It was just lovely for my mum and myself to experience a slow walk. But I will be returning with my husband at a different time and when in better health.

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