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Nick Wharton By
Posted 15 Jun, 2016 | 6 Comments
Posted in: Goat Shows, Malta, Travel Blogs

In this week’s episode we’re heading to the capital of Malta, Valletta. This stunning world heritage city commands the edge of a natural harbour that is as steeped in history as the walled city itself. This is Malta’s, and probably one of Europe’s, most captivating capitals. Check it out!

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GoatLife TV Episode 86 – Exploring the Capital of Malta, Valletta

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6 thoughts on “GoatLife TV Episode 86 – Exploring the Capital of Malta, Valletta

  1. I’ve heard about Valletta but I didn’t get a chance to visit it yet so thank you for this! While it’s an interesting city, it does look like many European old cities I’ve visited 🙂

  2. Awesome video guys, so well edited and I loved all the visuals – definitely want to go and visit Valetta some day in the near future hopefully

  3. Thanks for the comment John 🙂 To us, it was completely different than the other old towns that we’ve seen in Europe because of it’s harbour location, the Maltese balconies everywhere, and of course, the limestone used in the construction of many of the buildings 🙂

    Loved it!

  4. Just watched your clip on Valetta, takes me down memory lane, been to Malta a couple times, last time was the early 80’s. If you have a chance to visit Malta … don’t pass it up ! I worked in Malta in 1978, for a month or so, $5 a day, worked for an American fixing up a couple boats, If you visit Malta be sure to take a trip over to Gozo, thats where the movie Popeye with Robin Williams was filmed. The boat the Brutus lived on, was anchored in the Valetta Harbour back in 78 when I was there…

  5. Malta and Valletta in particular are very interesting places. Gozo is great as well! Such a beautiful island. 🙂 Thanks for reading, watching and commenting!

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