Malta

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Ggantija Megalithic Temples
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These are the oldest and the most impressive of the megalithic temples in the Maltese islands — Afar Magazine
Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
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A designated UNESCO World Heritage site, this unique and mysterious place is formed of rooms distributed over three different levels and linked up by passages and stairways — Michelin Guide
Upper Barrakka Gardens
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Where knights once honed their fencing skills under a covered loggia (now open to the sky), a troupe of cats and some greenery occupy this lofty lookout. — Fodor's
Hagar Qim Temples
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Built at the same time as the Mesopotamian and Egyptian city-states, the Hagar Quim Temple was constructed using Maltese limestone — Michelin Guide
Tarxien Temples
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If a wander through the National Museum of Archaeology in Valletta has whetted your appetite, be sure to visit the impressive archaeological site at the Tarxien Temples. — Michelin Guide
Grandmaster's Palace
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The Grand Master's Palace (16C) has an extraordinary history — Michelin Guide
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The famous Grand Harbour is at the heart of much of Malta's history (and some of Europe's) — The Telegraph
St. John's Co-Cathedral
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The floor of this spectacular Baroque sanctuary is covered in memento mori.  — Atlas Obscura
Blue Grotto (Il-Hnejja)
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Set sail for a trip to the superb Blue Grotto, in reality a network of rocky sea caverns — Michelin Guide
Dingli Cliffs
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Vertigo sufferers, beware! The Dingli cliffs, the highest point on the island (250m), loom up in an area which has much to recommend it. — Michelin Guide
National Museum of Archaeology
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The National Museum of Archaeology charts 7 000 years of human history, as evidenced by the world's oldest megalithic remains dotted across the archipelago — Michelin Guide
Manoel Theatre
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From the outside, Malta’s Manoel Theatre is handsome, but unassuming — Afar Magazine
Ghar Dalam Cave and Museum
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The semifossilized remains of long-extinct species of dwarf elephants and hippopotamuses that roamed the island some 125,000 years ago were found in a cave here — Fodor's
St Paul's Catacombs
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The catacombs of Rabat were dug by the Romans in order to bury their dead in accordance with their culture — Michelin Guide
Malta at War Museum
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The imposing Fort St Angelo served as a refuge for civilians during the Second World War and the permanent exhibition at the Malta at War Museum tells the story of that time — Michelin Guide
Inquisitor's Palace
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The Inquisitor's Palace was built in order to reinforce Catholic power in the face of Islam and the emergence of Protestant doctrine — Michelin Guide
Ghajn Tuffieha Bay
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Malta's prettiest beach, also known as Golden Bay, is also it's wind and kite surfing center, with onshore breezes being particularly advantageous outside the main summer season. — Fodor's
Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum
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This magnificent aristocratic residence, perfectly restored, has witnessed 700 years of history — Michelin Guide
Casa Rocca Piccola
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Take a look inside one of the old Maltese houses and tour the Casa Rocca Piccola — Afar Magazine
Azure Window
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Two geological phenomena in one precarious locale: a towering stone window, and a deep blue void.  — Atlas Obscura
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