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Top City according Members

Mdina West-Malta 10.00
Valletta East-Malta 9.75
Birgu East-Malta 9.50
Marsaxlokk South-Malta 9.50
Mellieha North-Malta 9.50
Paceville East-Malta 9.33
Sliema East-Malta 9.33
Victoria-Gozo Gozo 9.33
Bugibba North-Malta 9.00
Qawra North-Malta 9.00

 

Top 10 cities in Malta

Visit the most beautiful and historical cities in Malta

If you are on a holiday in Malta don't forget to visit these top 10 cities in Malta! Put on your walking shoes and discover the all the historical places of Valletta, the narrow and beautiful streets of Mdina and the colorful fishing boats in Marsaslokk. The top 10 cities in Malta are all unique, beautiful and offers a lot of things to see.

 

#1
aerial view of valletta and Floriana
Valletta, Malta's capital city and UNESCO World Heritage site Valletta has been built on a peninsula in the central eastern part of Malta and has a population of just over 6000 people. Valletta is ...
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East-Malta
#2
View of Mdina from Mtarfa
Mdina, Malta's silent city Mdina is a fortified medieval town enclosed in bastions, located on a large hill in the centre of Malta. The town was the old capital of Malta, and with its narrow streets,...
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West-Malta
#3
The Sliema Harbour and strand
Sliema, the Maltese hub for shopping, cafes and restaurants Sliema is a coastal town situated on the northeast of Malta, adjacent to St. Julians. Once the home of Malta's aristocracy; it has now beco...
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East-Malta
#4
The Spinola Bay of St Julian's
St. Julian's, Malta's hub fore entertainment and nightlife St. Julian's or San Giljan, is located on the Maltese coast, north of Valletta and it is mostly famous for its thriving nightlife and touris...
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East-Malta
#5
Boats in front of the casino
Birgu, one of the Three Cities of Malta Birgu, or Cittá Vittoriosa is one of the oldest city on the Island, and it played an important role in the Siege of Malta in 1565. 2,633 people inhabit ...
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East-Malta
#6
Mellieha bay Hotels
Mellieha, a picturesque town in the North of Malta Mellieħa is a village located in the Northwest part of Malta. Mellieħa took its name from the ancient Punic and Roman salt-terms, as Mellieha mean...
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North-Malta
#7
Boat and the sea and buggiba in the background
Bugibba, a seaside tourist resort with a buzzing nightlife Bugibba is located in the North East part of Malta; it is one of Malta’s largest seaside villages with a numerous hotels, restaurants,...
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North-Malta
#8
Qawra bay
Qawra: A popular seaside and tourist resort Qawra is a seaside resort located on the North part of Malta, very close to Bugibba, and St. Paul’s Bay. The town was built with the purpose of attra...
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North-Malta
#9
Traditional Maltese luzzu onshore of the Marsaxlokk Bay
Marsaxlokk, fishing village constellated with colourful luzzus Marsaxlokk village is located in the south-eastern part of Malta which is famous for its big Sunday fish market and its many decorative ...
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South-Malta
#10
Cannon in the fortress of Victoria
Victoria and the Citadel, Gozo's new and old capital cities Victoria is the capital city of Gozo, also known among the Maltese as Rabat. It includes both the old Rabat town and the Citadel – th...
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Gozo