Discover this UNESCO World's Heritage City, built by the knights of St. John
Valletta, Malta's Capital city and a World Heritage site is an open-air museum, built during the rule of the Order of St. John, also known as the Knights Hospitaller.
Valletta is very rich in sites to see and explore, intriguing historical buildings around every corner. Among the many attractions in this UNESCO city are the Auberges of the knights, the imposing bastions, the Grandmaster's palace and the majestic St. John's cathedral, including the Caravaggio paintings among many other treasures and priceless paintings.
Our guided tour through the streets of Valletta will allow you to discover the beauty and charm of the fortified city built by the knights of St. John.
Our tour would include the following:
A walk through the city, where you can admire (from the outside) numerous buildings built by the knights.
The Upper Barracca Gardens
Visit of St. John's co-cathedral and Caravaggio masterpieces (last entrance on a Saturday is at noon and cathedral is closed all day on Sunday and public holidays)
Visit of the Grandmaster's palace State Rooms (State rooms closed on a Thursday. When closed you can decide either to visit the Palace Armoury or the Museum of Archeology)
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will pick you up from cruise terminal, Valletta, hotel or an agreed upon location in Valletta.
End location: Cruises terminal, your hotel or as requested in Valletta.
Duration: 4 hours
This is a walking tour.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
21 Euro - St. John's cathedral entrance ticket (including the Caravaggio paintings)
Grandmaster's Palace entrance ticket
Valletta lift ticket
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Marthese was very informed on Malta and she made the day fun and interesting. I would highly recommend using her again.