Will this place be open on Sept 8th(public holiday : feast of our lady victory)?
If its indeed closed, can we still at least go to the Cathedral?
I always heard we need to dress politely while visiting here, is it still acceptable to wear shorts? (for men)
Hi everyone, we are going to Malta in May 2018, we will be in Mellieha but will take a bus trip to Valletta, would it be busy then, would like to see most of that peninsula, the harbours, battlements, churches and museums, is it far to walk around? I believe there's little trains in some areas that you can hop on, hop off, any info would be great x
we get to Malta on 27 august, which is a Sunday, can we still go to St john the Baptist church and St pauls church in Valeete Malta
How do I get there from the bus station what time does it open in the morning is there a good cafe for breakfast nearby? Thank you
We are planning a cruise visit to Malta, and have questions, but don't know where to direct them. I'm hoping you can help. We will have a long day on Malta, with a shorter day on Gozo, to follow. We want to see Co-Cathedral, but want to add St. Paul's Shipwreck Church, War Museum, and Game of Thrones location, and whatever sights and countryside can be added. We'd like this to be a on a small group tour. (Considered the HOHO tour, but five ships in port mean 14,000 passengers, so HOHO might be a nightmare.) are our wishes possible to accommodate? If so, how would I arrange it? If we cannot do the above, how would we use public transportation from the cruise ship to St. John's? Thank you so very much!