a 3 hour stroll around Malta's Capital City
Let us walk around Malta's capital city, which is a recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We will see among other things the Upper Barrakka Gardens, where we can appreciate the spectacular views of the Grand Harbor.
We will explore the City of the Knights Of Malta, and discover their unique story, an extraordinary past that still stands witness within the fortification walls of the City. We will walk past some of their magnificent buildings - churches and palaces. Passing by Auberge of Castille, todays Prime Minister's office, and other residences of the knights, including the Law courts, picturesque baroque churches and squares, you will hear their stories, adventures and all about the heritage they left behind.
You may wish to enter some of these sites (entrance fee paid direct) like the Co-Cathedral of St. John which houses the famous paintings of one of the old masters Caravaggio. The Museum of Archaeology, and the Grand Master's Palace Armoury are also of particular interest within the City.
Upper Barrakka Gardens
The streets of Valletta
Possibility, time permitting, of entering museums such as:
St. John's Co Cathedral (closed Saturday pm and Sundays)
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I can meet you at your hotel lobby provided its in Valletta, or we could even meet near a Valletta landmark.
End location: The same place as the start of the tour or as requested.
Duration: 3 hours
walking tour without entrances lasts 2 hours, with 2 entrances included according to clients request, an allocation of 3.5 hours should be required.
My time and service as your private guide for 3 hours.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 EUR - possible museum / churches entrances, and a refreshment.
museum entrances, drinks, ferry tickets, etc, are paid directly.
I am not a driver. I can accompany you in your vehicle or I can arrange for a separate car and driver.
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Trudy is a very knowlegeable and articulate guide. Her passion for all aspects of Maltese culture, history and economy is very apparent. Perhaps ther best thing we can say is that her tour convinced us to return to Malta next year.