Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 1 day tour from Istanbul to Cappadocia
  2. 2 London: come for the weather, stay for the coke
  3. 3 Best route Stratford to Chatsworth House
  4. 4 If you like to live your life in fear, read this
  5. 5 London vacation, 1st time in UK
  6. 6 2016 Flower Carpet in Brussels
  7. 7 Euro 2016 Football championship
  8. 8 Pickpocketing prevention tip
  9. 9 Switzerland Hotels
  10. 10 5 days in switzerland
  11. 11 Florence and Rome
  12. 12 Quickest way to get from Milan (airport) to Murren?
  13. 13 Need advice on Greek islands
  14. 14 Portable WiFi Device in Poland
  15. 15 Train Route Help! France, Spain, Italy & Switzerland
  16. 16 Record breaking rain in Paris
  17. 17 Netflix and Hulu
  18. 18 Como or Bellagio
  19. 19 TAP airlines & other questions
  20. 20 Guidance on countries to visit in Europe
  21. 21 Need help on possible French train strike tomorrow (Wednesday)
  22. 22 ATM card woes in Dublin
  23. 23 Hi altitude limitations in Switzerland
  24. 24 Portugal, What did you love there ?
  25. 25 IRetiremenrt Fantasy-Italy
View next 25 » Back to the top

How to split time for 11 days in Malta & Gozo

Jump to last reply

I'm mostly, though certainly not completely, interested in the most ancient archeololgical sites on both islands. I usually spend more time than most folks do at each site (2-4 hours, for example) to just absorb the place--which is why I don't do well on group tours. But then I want to get where I'm going next without "wasting" time.

Can any of you advise about how many days each on Malta and on Gozo I should spend, to allow myself enough time to devote to the major sites on each island? Trying to plan my hotel stays on each island, and am not sure of the "ratio" of site-time involved, comparatively. Sorry to sound so calculating....I do know it doesn't go that way; but I have no idea right now of the extent of the sites on each island and how much time should be allowed.

9 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.