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Norbert's Guidebook

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Norbert's Guidebook

Beaches
One of the most romantic bays in Malta
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スピノーラ湾
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One of the most romantic bays in Malta
Food scene
Highly recommended in Swieqi and very close by.
Vago Restaurant Café
Highly recommended in Swieqi and very close by.
Cafeterias
Coffee lovers? You cannot miss this cafe!
Drift Meze/Cafe
Coffee lovers? You cannot miss this cafe!
Groceries / Supermarkets
The most popular groceries shops in our area of Swieqi. Value for money!
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Corner Food Store
141 Triq Il-Qasam
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The most popular groceries shops in our area of Swieqi. Value for money!
Neighborhoods
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 touristic activity. This town is a hub for new and luxurious hotels, many different kinds of restaurants and trendy nightclubs, mostly centred in an area known as Paceville.
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Saint Julian's
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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 touristic activity. This town is a hub for new and luxurious hotels, many different kinds of restaurants and trendy nightclubs, mostly centred in an area known as Paceville.
Sightseeing
A main focal point in St Paul’s Bay, the National Aquarium can be seen from miles around. An attraction for all the family, the aquarium is split into separate zones, each depicting different themes such as the Grand Harbour, Shipwrecks, and the Tropical Ocean. Also including a reptile section, the whole place offers the opportunity to witness some of the most unusual sealife and reptiles firsthand. The aquarium also holds daily events for visitors to enjoy. With a bistro offering panoramic views on site, it is definitely worth spending a few relaxing hours here.
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マルタ国立水族館
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A main focal point in St Paul’s Bay, the National Aquarium can be seen from miles around. An attraction for all the family, the aquarium is split into separate zones, each depicting different themes such as the Grand Harbour, Shipwrecks, and the Tropical Ocean. Also including a reptile section, the whole place offers the opportunity to witness some of the most unusual sealife and reptiles firsthand. The aquarium also holds daily events for visitors to enjoy. With a bistro offering panoramic views on site, it is definitely worth spending a few relaxing hours here.
These war rooms were the headquarters of Malta’s defence during World War II. The underground operation rooms show exactly how it would have been set out during the time with a large original wall map still in place. See the desk occupied by General Eisenhower during Operation Husky (the plan to invade Sicily) from where it was all organised. In later years, the premises became the headquarters for the Royal Navy’s Mediterranean fleet.
The Lascaris War Rooms
These war rooms were the headquarters of Malta’s defence during World War II. The underground operation rooms show exactly how it would have been set out during the time with a large original wall map still in place. See the desk occupied by General Eisenhower during Operation Husky (the plan to invade Sicily) from where it was all organised. In later years, the premises became the headquarters for the Royal Navy’s Mediterranean fleet.
One of Malta's major tourist attractions. The original film set of the 1980 film, Popeye starring Robin Williams. Spend a whole day in Sweethaven visiting each building, enjoying their pools, taking a boat ride, watching animators and having a bite to eat. Set in stunning surroundings, there are regular buses directly to the set with something for the whole family to enjoy and open all year round.
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ポパイ村
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One of Malta's major tourist attractions. The original film set of the 1980 film, Popeye starring Robin Williams. Spend a whole day in Sweethaven visiting each building, enjoying their pools, taking a boat ride, watching animators and having a bite to eat. Set in stunning surroundings, there are regular buses directly to the set with something for the whole family to enjoy and open all year round.
In 1883 a woman from the village of Għarb, Karmni Grima, heard the voice of Our Lady at the small chapel that then occupied this site. It rapidly became a centre of pilgrimage and the number of visitors soon overwhelmed the little church. Today’s monumental shrine to Our Lady of Ta’ Pinu was built between 1920 and 1931. It is an architectural masterpiece, especially inside with its superb sculptures and craftsmanship in Maltese stone. The sanctuary was constructed in front of the original chapel. The chapel remains in tact behind the altar and still contains the painting of the Assumption to Heaven of Our Lady from which the voice is said to have spoken to Karmni Grima.
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Ta' Pinu
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In 1883 a woman from the village of Għarb, Karmni Grima, heard the voice of Our Lady at the small chapel that then occupied this site. It rapidly became a centre of pilgrimage and the number of visitors soon overwhelmed the little church. Today’s monumental shrine to Our Lady of Ta’ Pinu was built between 1920 and 1931. It is an architectural masterpiece, especially inside with its superb sculptures and craftsmanship in Maltese stone. The sanctuary was constructed in front of the original chapel. The chapel remains in tact behind the altar and still contains the painting of the Assumption to Heaven of Our Lady from which the voice is said to have spoken to Karmni Grima.

街のお役立ち情報

必見
The Three Cities of Malta
The Three Cities offer an intriguing insight into Malta and its history. Left largely unvisited, these cities are a slice of authentic life as well as a glimpse into Malta's maritime fortunes. The Three Cities can rightly claim to be the cradle of Maltese history, as Vittoriosa, Senglea and Cospicua have provided a home and fortress to almost every people who settled on the Islands. Cospicua - also known as Bormla Senglea - also known as L-Isla Vittoriosa - also known as Il-Birgu
役立つフレーズ
How to say in Maltese...
Good Morning – L-ghodwa t-tajba Pleased to meet you – Ghandi pjacir Goodbye – Sahha How Are You? – Kif inti? Thank you Very Much – Grazzi hafna Excuse Me – Skuzi How much does it cost? – Kemm jiswa? Where is the bathroom? – Fejn hi l-kamra tal-banju? I’m lost – Intlift Do you speak English? – Titkellem bl Ingliz? I don’t understand – Mhux nifhem Enjoy your meal – L-Ikla it-tajba What’s that called in Maltese? – Kif tghidha bil-Malti? Yes – Iva No – Ie I need a doctor – Ghandi bzonn tabib I love you – Inhobbok Cheers – Sahha Good Night – Il-Lejl it-tajjeb
交通アクセス
Getting Around Via Transport
The Tallinja app might be handy while enjoying your time in Malta. Any other type of transport like Bolt / Taxify or any other type of taxi. Also you should consider bike / car / bicycle sharing services that we have available in Malta, like GoTo, WhizaScoot, Blinkee, Nextbike and many more.
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Comino
Situated between Malta and Gozo, the smaller island of Comino is a paradise for snorkelers, divers, windsurfers and ramblers. Only 3.5 square kilometers, Comino is car-free and apart from one hotel, is virtually uninhabited. The island's main attraction is the Blue Lagoon. In summer, this sheltered inlet of shimmering aquamarine water over white sand is very popular with day-trippers. Other beaches on the island include Santa Marija Bay and San Niklaw Bay. TRUST ME! Do not miss COMINO
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Mdina
Also known as the ‘Silent City’and a former capital of Malta, Mdina is an absolute joy to visit. Behind its high walls lies a city that dates back approximately 4,000 years. During medieval times, Mdina was known as the Noble City, housing, surprisingly, many noble families. Today, many of the 300 residents of the fortified city are descendants of these families with the houses being passed down from generation to generation. A car restriction means exploring needs to be done on foot. Wind through the narrow, sodium-lit streets in a place where time seems to have stood still.
風習・文化
A Village Feast
Malta enjoys 16 national public holidays a year. In addition to the national holidays, each village celebrates its own feast between the months of May and September. In recognition of each village’s patron saint, locals come together to participate in festivities that ooze Maltese tradition. Bands, food stalls, flags and statues line the streets, local businesses extend their hours and entertainment continues into the early hours.
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Saluting Battery
At the edge of the Grand Harbour, Valletta, is the oldest saluting battery still in operation in the world, protecting the island’s capital from attack for almost 500 years. With spectacular views across the Grand Harbour of Fort St Angelo and the three cities of Senglea, Vittoriosa and Cospicua, the battery can be viewed from the Upper Barrakkara Gardens. Arrive at 11.45am daily for the short commentary before the firing at midday.
必要な持ち物
Pack your swimming costume and towel & Head to Blue Grotto
A collection of naturally formed caves and a 30-foot arch make up the Blue Grotto. Attracting over 100,000 visitors a year would suggest this is a place worth visiting. With the waters leading in reflecting colours of cyan and emerald greens, the Blue Grotto is accessible to visit all year round, weather permitting. Experienced sailors will get you there safely even if the waters are a bit choppy. A photo opportunity not to be missed.
風習・文化
Valletta - "a city built by gentlemen for gentlemen"
Malta's capital city: a living, working city, the administrative and commercial heart of the Islands. Valletta is named after its founder, the respected Grand Master of the Order of St. John, Jean Parisot de la Valette. The magnificent fortress city grew on the arid rock of Mount Sceberras peninsula, which rises steeply from two deep harbours, Marsamxett and Grand Harbour. Started in 1566, Valletta was completed, with its impressive bastions, forts and cathedral, in the astonishingly short time of 15 years, even more remarkable is considering the fact that mechanical tools did not exist at the