Żebbuġ (Maltese: Ħaż-Żebbuġ) [ħazˈzɛbbʊtʃ], also known by its title Città Rohan, is a city in the Central Region of Malta. It is one of the oldest towns in the country, and its population is 11,903 as of March 2014.
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4.5 based on 9 reviews
Historical part of Malta's history: take a few pics, have a stroll around, maybe have a drink. Narrow streets, interesting ancient buildings and churches. Get the bus here from Valletta, don't do the Hop on Hop Off or it'll take you hours to get back. Quieter than Valletta.
5 based on 187 reviews
Join local actors on an unforgettable journey through a myriad of iconic filming locations featured in Game of Thrones, Gladiator, Troy, Captain Phillips, WWZ, Alexander, The Count of Monte Cristo, Munich, The Da Vinci Code and many other great movies. This exclusive full-day tour kicks off at 9am every Sunday from in front of the Grand Hotel Excelsior on the Valletta Ring Road, Malta.
Malcolm was a great guide and although my wife isn’t a GOT fan at the end of the tour she said this was probably the best tour she had ever been on. Malcolm has clearly put lots of effort in in developing the tour and as well as the GOT interest there was other topics covered by the tour and can’t impress on how good and genuine Malcolm is so would highly recommend this tour to anybody visiting Malta, the restaurant stopped at during the tour served great food and offers great views of Malta
5 based on 301 reviews
Malta Falconry Centre is a Quality Assured attraction certified by the Malta Tourism Authority. Explore the Malta falconry centre and live this unique experience, watch our falconers fly several different species of well trained birds of prey and see these magnificent birds in free flight. The facility holds its own free parking,open spaces around the centre all fully-accessible for everyone visit us. Complimeting the centre one find a souvenir shop situated at the main entrance, offering wonderful gifts to memorize the experience at the unique falconry in Malta Opening times The Centre is open all year round from Tuesdays till Sundays. Winter times : from 9.00 till 15.00 (1st October and 30th June) Summer times : from 9.00 till 12.30 (1st July to 30th September). The Centre is closed on Mondays and (24 and 25 June 2017) Display times We have two displays per day in Winter at 11:00 and 14:00 We have one display per day in Summer at 11:00 (Weather Permitting - windy days) bird handling is held instead Falconry Experience! At the Malta Falconry Centre, we offer a unique experience – the thrill of the Falconry art. This falconry experience is given in a course style. Carrying out such experience/ course one gets to know better the techniques of the falconry art and get a beginners knowledge as a falconer. This experience is offered in two ways; a half day experience or full day experience, are offered. The half day introduces the participant to the basics of falconry and gets to know how falconry birds are trained from 9.30 till 12.30 The full day experience enables the participant to get to know more as regarding the falconry techniques and would also have enough time to fly a bird of prey after learning how to train these birds. A participation certificate is given at completion of such course from 9.30 till 14.30. (Summer Time 8:30 till 13:30) All around the year This experience is offered to all ages. Children are to be accompanied by one adult (both adult and child/ren are to pay for the experience). Pre-booking by email is needed giving the name/s of the participant/s and the date on which the experience is to be carried out. No experience could be held without pre-booking. All participants are to be on time as to have the experience carried out on schedule.
Having found the place from Trip Advisor, we weren't sure what to expect. However, it exceeded our expectations. This was mainly due to the knowledge and the personal information from the falconer. I learned so much and would recommend it to anyone. Families would be...MoreThanks for the wonderful comment on TripAdvisor
5 based on 290 reviews
Malta Segway Tours offer tours around beautiful village of Dingli and the capital city of Valletta. The Dingli tour takes you through historical and fascinating places with stops at the magnificent Dingli cliffs, the interesting cart ruts, Magdalena Chapel, The great Cave as well the rugged countryside of Malta with trained staff.Malta Segway Tours is a fun and adventurous way to explore and learn more about Malta and all you need is a few hours to spare and be up for some fun!
Booked this a few months ago as something "different" to do but didnt actually realise it would so much fun. Matthew was a fantastic Segway Leader and not only had fun but told us a lot about the history surrounding the Dingli Cliffs. It was my husband and I, and two teenage daughters and he was just superb with us all. He was very patient indeed with me as I thought you just hopped on a segway and off we went. Its all about the toes !! Highly recommended and one of the best holiday activities we have ever done! Keep up the great work !!
5 based on 131 reviews
Casa Bernard is a must-go if you're anywhere near Rabat and Mdina. The house oozes with history and charm. The guided tour by the owners is informative, interesting and, if a house tour could ever be described this way: relaxing. (Perhaps it's the owners calming voice and pleasant demeanor.) Everything is interesting in this beautiful, old house: the architecture, the furniture, the pieces of art, the stories. Go!
4.5 based on 378 reviews
The museum is a living and working museum, which is a prime attraction for all family members of all ages. It exhibits a collection of around 18 aircraft, aircraft engines, airfield equipment, uniforms, model aircraft and much more. Among its prime exhibits are a World War II Hawker Hurricane which was recovered from the seabed in 1995 and completely restored to working condition.
Nicely laid out aviation museum with iconic aircraft (Spitfire, Hurricane). It tells the story of the Defence of Malta very well and has some interesting exhibits of uniforms, medals etc. There are also a few postwar military aircraft which you would not see in the UK
It is not too far a walk to Mdina from the museum. The walk to the town took us past a military cemetery in which many of those interred are victims of an aircraft crash in 1956 in which 50 people, mostly RAF servicemen were killed. Worth dropping by if you decide to take the walk up to the town
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Completed in 1860, this church has the third-largest unsupported dome in Europe.
No visit to Malta is complete without visiting the Rotunda of Mosta. Unusual in that the Church is circular, with a massive domed ceiling - the third largest in the world. Even more spectacular in that the Dome was built without the aid of scaffolding! Don't forget to visit the annex at the back of the church to see a replica of the Bomb which fell through the Dome in 1942 in the middle of a service but which fortunately failed to explode.
4.5 based on 722 reviews
OPENING HOURS: During Summer (1st April till 30th September) open Monday to Sunday from 09.00 till 18.00hrs (last admission at 17.30hrs). During winter (1st October till 31st March) open Monday to Sunday from 09.00 till 17.00hrs (last admission at 16.30hrs). Mnajdra Temples, holder of the UNESCO World Heritage Site status, is found in an isolated position on a rugged stretch of Malta's southern coast overlooking the isle of Fifla. It is approximately 500m away from Hagar Qim Temples. It consists of three buildings facing a common oval forecourt. The first and oldest structure dates to the Ggantija phase. The second structure to be built was the South Temple, constructed in the early Tarxien phase. The Central Temple, inserted between the other two, was the last to be built. Remains to the north-east and south of these buildings indicate that these three structures are only the best preserved of a larger complex.In order to reduce the irreversible damage caused by deterioration and structural problems that the temples were facing due to their continuous exposure to the elements, these temples are nowadays sheltered. Rain, sea salt spray and dust, fluctuations in temperature and relative humidity, solar radiation, sulphur oxide and nitrous oxide pollution, and volcanic emissions, as well as biological organisms, are some of those elements from which these precious Megalithic structures necessitated long-term protection. Today the temples are experiencing a dramatic reduction in the progressive deterioration of these world heritage monuments by natural agents as a result of the installed shelters.
A great example of a well-preserved historical set of temples from the year dot. Lots of information available as you arrive and enter.
5 based on 527 reviews
The Zapata FlyBoard is at the cutting edge of extreme Water Sports! Water propulsion from a jet ski routes water to a pair of jet boots on a board. The FlyBoard is the most revolutionary, deceptively simple and adrenaline pumping Water Sports toy that gives you, the rider, a truly outrageous way to have fun. Make your Reservations today with Flyboard Malta. Our office is located in Birkirkara, but we operate in Spinola Bay, St. Julian's Bay. We do not have a fixed location but we meet there by booking.
I was worried I wouldn’t be able to get the hang of this until the very end of my session, but Simon was incredibly helpful with his instructions ( you have a speaker in your helmet). He was also very calm and patient which helped tremendous. I was able to get up my first try and the entire thing was so much fun. Joanne was great about taking pictures and even included our two year old watching from the dock in a few photos. After my husband and I were both finished Simon treated us to a mini show of tricks. Incredible!!
4.5 based on 504 reviews
Palazzo Parisio is an 18th century palace, a treasure trove of delightful artefacts and a beloved family home Located in the heart of picturesque Naxxar, this stately home is a place of wonder that begs to be explored. On your visit you will discover the intricate nuances of Malta’s historic nobility and their enchanting way of life. Touring this stately home offers great insight and sparks the imagination – whether you find yourself seeking inspiration from the grand Ballroom, the detailed Family Chapel or the fabulous walled Gardens and Orangery, you’ll find it. Open to the public all year round, Palazzo Parisio is renowned for its cuisine. The palace’s Luna Collection features two of Malta’s top restaurants and a delightful lounge bar. Caffé Luna, the Luna Lounge and Luna di Sera, each offer delicious cuisine, top service and a chic atmosphere. Palazzo Parisio also prides itself in having a professional Banqueting & Events operation and with its own in house catering facility has hosted an array of fantastic events ranging from the most stylish of Weddings to glittering Gala dinners, Fashion shows and Corporate events. Both the attention to detail and personalised service are key aspects when it comes to organising any type of event at this wonderful stately home.
Beautiful Palazzo. We visited on St Valentines day for a specially organised dinner. It was beautiful and tasted. A little cold at the beginning as they started with the reception outside. We also visit their restaurant for sunday lunch. I will be back.
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