The Malta Experience, Valletta

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  • Address: Saint Elmo Bastions, Mediterranean Street, Valletta VLT06, Malta
  • Timings: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Phone: 356-21243776
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Educational Site, Historical Site, Theatre, Family And Kids, Architecture
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About The Malta Experience, Valletta

The Malta Experience is quite unique. This show features a small documentary that does an excellent job of introducing you to the natural beauty and the astonishing diversity of the tiny country that is Malta. It is quite surprising to see the sheer variety. The stunning buildings from the rich history add to the mix.

It makes sense to see this attraction right before even beginning the tour around Malta. It is a lovely introduction to both the city and the country and watching the show is sure to inspire you to explore this incredible island even more. Be sure to book your tickets in advance and enjoy this lovely HD experience before you begin seeing the sights.

The Malta Experience Opening and Closing Hours

  • No shows on Sundays at 14:00 between July to September.

How To reach The Malta Experience by Public Transport

  • Imgerbeb (Bus)

Restaurants Near The Malta Experience

  • San Giuliano
  • Cafe Jubillee
  • Ambrosia

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  • You'll experience and learn a varied amount about Malta here. From ancient history through to recent wars, the Malta experience communicates the idea that Malta is an eclectic city that has grown organically and taken from Italian, English, Spanish and French roots. Quite an eye opening experience of you're interested in the history of the region.

  • Overated attraction. It's located next to St. Elmo fort and war museum. You have to go down the stairs from the cafe down like a dungeon corridor. Don't bother with the food at the café. Nothing to crave for unless you are extremely hungry. good just for soft drinks and coffee.

  • Amazing insight into what the Island and the Maltese people have endured over hundreds of years from invaders to the Island. Help came in the form of The Knights of St John and the Crusades....fascinating stuff.

  • Visited the cafe. The experience is through an underground tunnel. Food was great, quiet in Feb.

  • I recommend to start your stay in Malta with a visit to Malta Experience, just to know what you're stepping on... definitely worth it (I've been there several times and I got shivers everytime!)

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