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Valletta Travel guide
Valletta : Michelin's recommendations
Valletta is full of reminders of the Knights of Malta, who founded the city in the 16C. Remarkable religious buildings, the ramparts of a city obsessed by the Ottoman invasion… These grandiose defences give you a foretaste of the charms to be found as you stroll about the streets, which bear the distinctive golden hue of the famous local limestone, globerigina.
Tourist attractions Valletta : Things to see and do
M - Valletta
Come to the Upper Barrakka Gardens for unparalleled panoramic views over Valetta! Looking out over the Grand Harbour and the Three Cities, enjoy the calm and beauty of the gardens, which are dotted with cooling fountains and imbued with a sense of th..
Entrée latérale Republic Street M - Valletta
Works by Mattia Preti, Caravaggio and Matteo Perez d'Aleccio complement the incomparably rich ornamentation to endow St John's Co-Cathedral, an ode to the Baroque, with a value beyond imagining. A stunning building which is worthy of the Knights of M..
Palace Square M - Valletta
The Grand Master's Palace (16C) has an extraordinary history. Initially the seat of the Knights of Malta, today it houses the House of Representatives of Malta. The interior is opulently decorated and boasts works by master painters and an exceptiona..
Leisure activities Valletta
If you’re interested in the fascinating and long history of Malta, this is the perfect shore excursion while you’re in port. On this private tour from Valletta, you’ll learn about the Knights of Malta, visit places they built and explore the prehisto..
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Discover Malta’s luxurious side while you’re in port on this shore excursion to the palaces and noble houses around Valletta. Malta has a long history with varied influences, including Roman, Greek, Arab, French and British, which has led to some bea..
While you’re in port in Malta, get to know its two capitals – Mdina, the ancient one, and Valletta, the current one – on this shore excursion that will introduce you to Malta’s history and architecture. You’ll visit many sights like the Upper Barrakk..