com Blue Sea Grab a cheap all-inclusive break at the three-star Blue Sea St George's Park and La Valletta Resorts in St Julian's on this seven night holiday, with flights from Manchester on May 1.
What does VLT stand for?
VLT stands for Valletta (postal locality, Malta)
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We have 38 other meanings of VLT in our Acronym Attic
- Very Large Space Telescope
- Very Late Stent Thrombosis (medical complication)
- Viral Logic Systems Technology (est. 2004)
- Visual Location in Space-Time
- Vital Lies Simple Truths (Daniel Goleman book)
- Vodka, Lime, Soda, Tall Glass, Lots of Ice
- Vapor Liquid Solid Tracking
- Very Low Safety Voltage (electronics)
- Very Large-Scale Workflow
- Variable-Length Slepian-Wolf Coding
Samples in periodicals archive:
She reels off a list of some of the places we will visit -- the nearby capital Valletta with its Grand Harbour and architectural wonders; the Unesco-protected Neolithic temples; the walled city of Victoria on Gozo; the tiny island of Comino -- and we set off for our first taste of history.
A ferry boat operating to Valletta departs 200m away from the resort so you can visit the island's capital city in just five minutes.
FOR honeymooners seeking something out of the ordinary, a new week-long package at the Phoenicia Hotel in Valletta offers a perfect combination of cultural discovery and indulgent relaxation.
VALLETTA (TAP/ special correspondent Sofien Manai) - President Moncef Marzouki conferred, on Friday in Valletta, with French President FranE*ois Hollande.
Mohamed Alghanoodi scoring Al Ahli's second goal in their 4-3 victory over Maltese champions Valletta Al Ahli of Tripoli defeated Malta champions Valletta FC by 4-3 in a friendly match at Tripoli's National Stadium commemorating the Libyan club's 62nd anniversary.
00 N7255 Published to accompany the traveling exhibition Magic metal; Spanish treasures from the Khalili Collections, held in Valletta, Malta in 2012, this catalog includes a lengthy introductory essay on ornament in Malta, by curator Sandro Debono (National Museum of Fine Arts), shorter essays on the different types of materials in the catalogue, color plates of a selection of the exhibited works, and a profile of the collector Nasser David Khalili, by Debono and fellow curator Robert Casser (Palace Armoury, Valletta).
Valletta is in the running to be European Capital of Culture in 2018, after all.