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Tigne Point

40 locals recommend ·

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Marthese
Marthese
November 14, 2019
large shopping complex
Daniel
Daniel
February 02, 2019
Lots of shops to explore in Tigne Point and around the area of Sliema. Beautiful spots for lunch or drinks too.
Tancredi
Tancredi
January 27, 2019
shopping center più grande dell'isola
Lino
Lino
November 08, 2018
Shopping mall and more, set in the heart of activity. Restaurants and a good location to have stunning views of the Valletta from a distance.
Peter
Peter
August 15, 2018
The usual stores with a number of nice cafes and good restaurants. (1 hour walk or take the bus)

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Location
Tas-Sliema