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Fort Saint Angelo, Birgu (Vittoriosa)
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Fort Saint Angelo is located in Birgu (Vittoriosa). A visit to Fort Saint Angelo represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Birgu (Vittoriosa) trip itinerary maker to plot your vacation.
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We visited it during the Birgufest with a 2 euro promotional ticket. Special opening day because it normally closed to the public still. The Fort is well preserved and restaurated. It's amazing to wal... read more »
We were only able to see the Fort from outside as the inside is currently not open to the public. Unfortunately it's not signposted at all and only by calling them we were told. A sign outside already... read more »
Le Fort est encore fermé, mais en le longeant, monter les petits escaliers qui vos mèneront à une pointe avec une vue admirable ! Pour le retour, passez par la zone moderne, au delà du shopping mall, ... read more »The Fort is still closed, but in the following, up the small stairs which your will lead to a point with a wonderful view! To return, please visit the modern area, beyond the shopping mall, another great view and a charming small path that runs along the coast side Valletta. Recent buildings, with some pools with view of the city!show original
One of the gems in the history of Malta. With the cultural and archaeological spots we have on the island makes Malta itself a gem in Europe. Malta needs to be more prominent which makes the Maltese more proud of their lovely and picturesque property.
Worth walking around it along the sea. You can have a great view of La Valletta.
Currently closed for refurbishment works
Alberto Conchado SánchezImpressive fortification of Templar period on the island, don't you miss the views from the rampartsshow original
Bernd KorzReally a historical place which you simply have to see. Renovated and very old everything is represented here. A small masterpiece of the ancient construction masters. If you close your eyes you can really absorb the history. Definitely a place you must have visited on Malta!show original
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