Night view of Valletta from Sliema (Malta)

Here are the best things to do in Malta:

1. Visit the old capital of Mdina

Old Capital Of Mdina

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Mdina is the ancient capital of Malta and sits of a scenic hill in the center of the island.

2. Take in the views from Upper Barrakka Gardens

Upper Barrakka Gardens

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Once you have finished taking in the scenery and enjoyed a stroll around the garden you can then walk down into the center of the capital city of Valletta.Check out the recommended hotels in Malta

3. Dive beneath the seas at the HMS Maori

HMS Maori

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HMS Maori

4. Delve into the Lascaris War Rooms

Lascaris War Rooms

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Lascaris War Rooms

5. Tour Casa Rocca Piccola

Casa Rocca Piccola

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Casa Rocca Piccola

This includes costumes from the 18th and 19th century as well as art work, antiques, and silver pieces.

6. Explore Fort St. Elmo

Fort St. Elmo

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Fort St. Elmo

7. Go cave diving in Comino

Cave Diving

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Cave Diving

Comino is the best spot in Malta if you like reef and cave diving.

8. Marvel at Mosta Dome

Mosta Dome

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Mosta Dome

The church is dedicated to St. Mary and is furnished in the neo-classical style.

9. Go on a day trip to Gozo

Gozo

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Gozo

10. Go horse riding at Golden Bay

Golden Bay

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Golden Bay

11. Admire St John’s Co-Cathedral

St John’s Co-Cathedral

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St John’s Co-Cathedral

12. Dance the night away at the Isle of MTV

Isle Of MTV

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Isle Of MTV

13. Visit Palazzo Parisio and Gardens

Palazzo Parisio

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Palazzo Parisio

14. Explore the Ggantija Temples

Ggantija Temples

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Ggantija Temples

15. Explore the Great Siege of Malta and the Knights of St. John

Great Siege Of Malta and The Knights Of St. John

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Great Siege Of Malta and The Knights Of St. John

16. Visit Marsaxlokk

Marsaxlokk

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Marsaxlokk

17. National Museum of Archeology

National Museum Of Archeology

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National Museum Of Archeology

John and you should make sure to look up and take in the beautiful ceiling that curves over the Grand Salon.

18. Explore Valletta Harbor

Valletta Harbor

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Valletta Harbor

This means that you will now find restaurants, cafes, and shopping outlets, and you can also go for a breezy walk along the promenade and take in the vistas across the water.

If you are here at night then you can also visit the many nightclubs that dot the area.

19. Visit Auberge de Castille

Auberge De Castille

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Auberge De Castille

The Auberge de Castille dates from the 16th century and sits overlooking the city of Valletta.

20. Visit Ta’Quali Craft Village

Ta’Quali Craft Village

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Ta’Quali Craft Village

Located on an old airfield from the Second World War, Ta’Quali is the place to come if you are looking for traditional Maltese handicrafts.

21. Enjoy the Tarxien Temples

Tarxien Temples

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Tarxien Temples

The Tarxien Temples have the claim to fame of being the largest temple complex in Malta and are also part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

22. Explore Ghar Dalam Cave and Museum

Ghar Dalam Cave

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Ghar Dalam Cave

Known for being the oldest of all the prehistoric sites in Malta, Ghar Dalam Cave and Museum is also strangely one of the least visited.

23. Check out the Three Cities

Cospicua

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Cospicua

Senglea and Cospicua are known for their scenic waterfront promenades and pretty marinas, but it is Vittoriosa that is the most impressive of the Three Cities.

24. Take in a show at Manoel Theatre and Museum

Manoel Theatre And Museum

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Manoel Theatre And Museum

There are only 623 seats here which give the theater an intimate feel and you should also look out for the white marble staircase and a courtyard bar.

25. Wander around San Anton Gardens

San Anton Gardens

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San Anton Gardens

There is also an aviary here and a petting zoo for younger visitors.Check out the recommended hotels in Malta