Our last stop from the Mediterranean cruise!! And I’m so happy it was in Valletta. What an amazing city… but few hours to get to know this city is not enough! Once again, only few hours to see Valletta on our cruise trip.

View from Upper Barrakka Gardens

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I usually investigate a bit before arriving to a city, but I don’t know why I didn’t do it for Valletta. Oh well… I have to go back again 🙂 So many things to see and explore!! From the Upper Barrakka Gardens, you can see how much you have to explore. You get to see “The Three Cities”, which is a collective description of the three fortified cities: Birgu, Senglea and Cospicua in Malta.

View of Three Cities

Walking from Upper Barrakka Gardens, we passed by Auberge de Castille which it houses the Office of the Prime Minister of Malta.

Auberge de Castille (Maltese: Berġa ta’ Kastilja).

Things we learn, I’ll never do that again. I’ll explore before a trip, during the trip and also after the trip. When I write the scripts for my videos, I get to know a bit extra too.

I seriously have to do this tour next time! Movies is my other passion!

On my video I show you what I got to do for few hours, there are many options to do if arriving on a cruise, but here’s my experience. (remember to click CC for subtitles in English and to subscribe to -both- of my YouTube Channels) – Music thanks to Trevor Hinson.

Maybe if I wasn’t arriving on a cruise, I wouldn’t had visited the Waterfront. But with Trevor I would because there was a Hard Rock Cafe in the spot, a small one.

The Waterfront

Around in Valletta, we walked by Old Theater Street that got us to a small terrace from where we could see part of Manoel Island where there is a fort, and the neighboring city of Sliema which is a commercial and residential area and are the most modern hotels in the country. The view was beautiful.

Manoel Island
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