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Fort Saint Angelo, Birgu (Vittoriosa)

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  • There is only a small fee and it offers some great views of Valletta and the harbor but that's about it. You get to walk around inside the fort and there are some rooms with displays and videos but do...  more »
  • This lovely fort had been neglected for decades and decades and only recently got the proper renovations it so needed. It was still not open to the public during our visit, so we could only admire its...  more »
  • Having visited Malta for over 43 years and now visiting several times a year, I have learnt to love the Maltese Islands - it presented me with a wife almost 42 years ago! But it still has the ability ...  more »
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  • We visited during the Birgufest with a 2 euro promotional ticket. Normally closed to the public but opened for a special occasion. The Fort is well preserved and restaurated. It's amazing to walk around it and see all the landscapes from the top. There are also some room explaining the history of the fort by videos and models.
  • Although it is not as of 8 Oct 16 officially open it has been opened for special events and it is worth a visit. The views are magnificent and the history as shown on video in two of the rooms really gives you an insight into how life must have been in this area over the ages. I hope it opens soon and when it does it is worth the uphill walk.
  • The recently refurbished Fort Saint Angelo is vrry historic and informative place. I would highly recommend. Well done.
  • Very well restored and preserved. This old fort was one of the first places used by the order of St John. The top part of the fort beongs to the order of SMOM
  • Very nice fort, heavy walls and good and solid restoration work... And very nice port view