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a VirtualTourist member from Yverdon asked on Jul 21, 2016

Malta

St Julians nightlife, in September

Hello everyone,

I would like to go in St-Julians the first week of septembre. From Sunday to Tuesday.
I would like to know, if at these days, there is a lot of tourist or if the city is calm, because i want to come here to do parties and if there is not a lot of people i would chose an other place.

Thanks for you responses.

Loïc



4 Answers


answered on 7/21/16 by
a VT member from Ieper

Malta is all year round a touristy land, due to its mild winter. Visitor. We went to Malta in November and it is still a lot tourist that time, but is not so crowded as in summer months




answered on 7/22/16 by
Mary Smith from Leicester

As Belinda says, Malta is a year-round destination and the first week of September is still pretty-much high season.

You certainly won't be alone in St Julian's! Everything will be open and functional and there will be plenty of people with whom to 'party'.




answered on 7/22/16 by
a VT member from London

The bars and clubs in and around the Paceville area of St Julian's are buzzing all year round filled with a mixture of tourists and young locals. It's renowned as the party capital of Malta.

Personally I prefer Spinola Bay, still in St Julian's but just down the hill where its a little quieter with a more sophisticated crowd but that's probably just because I'm getting too old.

You'll find no shortage of partying opportunities in St Julian's (Paceville especially) or in Sliema which can also be very loud and lively at any time of year.




answered on 7/22/16 by
a VT member from Yverdon

Thank you all! I believe that my choice is done for St Julians.

Have a good day.

Loïc





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