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All reviews grand harbour open to the public views are stunning audio visual displays steep climb fort st st angelo general public grand master maritime museum maltese history heritage malta lots of history walk around fascinating place inquisitors palace british navy
On the one hand all the Forts are the same, however, they are not, yes they have history with tales of battles won and lost, massive walls and great views. What made Fort St Angelo stand out was the people who run the Fort. We...More
This was our third visit since the venue reopened. More is now accessible and although there is a recommended route it is also possible to just wander and appreciate the magnificent fortress and the conservation work which has been done. This is not s place...More
This one has been well looked after, a very interesting visit, and the views are just spectacular. Situated on the Birgu waterfront, which is a great place in itself for cafes, strolling, and views of the harbour.
A 5 minute boat ride from Valletta Harbour to Vittoriosa leads you to Fort St Angelo, who's history goes back many centuries to the Phoenicians in BC. The site as you see it now dates back to Knights of St John who arrived in 1530...More
The history of Malta is fascinating and Fort St Angelo provides a backdrop to where the Knights of the Order of St John Malta made their first base. It was used as the British Navy headquarters and bombed heavily in WW2. The building has been...More
A lovely ferry ride of barely 7 minutes takes you from Valetta to Birgu. A lovely stroll along the waterfront past an array of ridiculously expensive and massive yachts takes you to the Fort. We we lucky as we were only charged 2 Euro each...More
Provides lovely views but nothing really unique that you couldn’t get from outside the fort for free.
The exhibits are ok and the general wandering around interesting but don’t think it warrants the price tag. Would have been happier if sub-5
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the fort has only been open since 2015 and is off the beaten tourist track being in the 3 cities. It has lots of history as well as spectacular views over the harbour and very helpful staff.It is however only suitable for the able bodied...More