Msida is close to many of Malta’s more popular attractions. Two of the most interesting places to explore are the fascinating National Museum of Fine Arts and the incredible Balluta Square. Two other great attractions you’ll find close by Msida are Bisazza Street and the St. Johns Co - Cathedral.
Msida has plenty of museums, exhibits and show venues nearby that make great places to visit. In particular, you should make sure you check out the Great Seige of Malta and the Knights of St. John in Valletta. To catch home-grown and touring acts, spend an evening at Eden Cinemas in St. Julian's and the Knights Spectacular 1565 in Valletta, one of the area’s great live concert venues.
If you are into nature, plan a trip to the nearby parks and reserves. These are great places to relax and unwind. When the weather’s fine, pay a visit to Spinola Garden in St. Julian's, a place where you can spend time outdoors.
Some of Malta's best attractions are in the Msida area, including Sliema Promenade in Sliema. Take the time to visit religious sites such as the Church of St. Paul the Shipwrecked in Valletta. Admire the beautiful craftsmanship and get an appreciation of the role religion in Msida. The Malta area features some fascinating relics from yesteryear; be sure not to miss Tigne Fort in Sliema.
If you love to play golf, head to the Royal Malta Golf Club in Valletta. It's a perfect way to get out and enjoy the fresh air.
If you enjoy souvenir and fashion shopping, head to the various stores of the Bay Street Shopping Complex in St. Julian's and the Point Shopping Mall in Sliema.
When you’re ready to wind down after a day spent exploring the charming streets of Msida, check in to one of the area's range of bed-and-breakfast, hotel and short-stay apartment options. The Grand Hotel Excelsior, Floriana, the InterContinental Malta, St. Julian's and the Hilton Malta, St. Julian's are among the many great places to stay around here.