By / 24th January, 2017 / News / Off

What to see and do in The Three Cities – Malta

The Three Cities consist of Vittoriosa (aka Birgu); Cospicua (aka Bormla); and Senglea (aka Isla).
This is the oldest region in Malta, which pre-dates Mdina and Valletta. Yes, the ‘real’ Malta!

Apart from walking around and seeing all the beautiful architecture, with some buildings dating back over 1,000 years (and still being used today); checking out the Grand Harbour Marina; enjoying a meal with a drink or two at one of the many restaurants and cafes; there are several things to see and do whilst in the Three Cities, being:

Fort St Angelo

B3C - Fort St Angelo

The Inquisitor’s Palace

B3C - Inquistors

Malta at War Museum

B3C - Malta at War

Malta Maritime Museum

B3C - Maritime Museum

St. Lawrence Church

B3C - Birgu Church

Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception

B3C - Cospicua Church

Notre Dame Gate

B3C - Notre Dame

Bir Mula Heritage Museum

B3C - Bir Mula

Norman House

B3C - Norman House

Cottonera Sports Complex

B3C - Sports Complex

Safe Haven Gardens

B3C - Garden

Vedetta – The Watch Tower

B3C - Vedetta

Cottonera Lines

B3C - Cotoner Lines

Santa Margherita Lines

B3C - Santa Marg Lines

The Rolling Geeks

B3C - Geeks

C.S. Lawrence Art Studio

B3C - Art Studio

Flea Market / Boot Sale

B3C - Boot Sale

Street Market

B3C - Street Market

As you can see there are plenty of things to see and do within The Three Cities region. So come and explore and we’d love to have you here with us at Julesy’s BnB as our guests.

Julesy’s BnB

Lascaris Suite - Julesy's BnB

And yes, The Three Cities have plenty of drinking spots, cafes and restaurants to choose from. All can be found within the below link.

Food & Drink Guide

B3C - Food Guide