Valletta - Malta - Destinations


Capital of Malta and one of the oldest still inhabited walled cities in Europe. Despite its small size, only 0.8 km², Valletta played a key role in the history of Malta, and within its walls you can visit no more and no less than 300 historical monuments that the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans and Arabs built on their way through the island.

Valletta is the ideal place for those who enjoy a more bohemian and laid-back lifestyle. In addition, this small city has an excellent transport system that connects the nerve centers both within the city and outside.

What to do in Valletta

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cannon in saluting battery: Near Upper Barrakka Gardens you can find a battery with several cannons that were formerly used to defend the city from attacks from the water. For many years, cannon shots were fired during public celebrations and every day at 12 noon. Thus the ships could calibrate their chronographs, which served to indicate their position at sea depending on the time they had left the last port.

Lascaris War Rooms: Malta participated in the Second World War when it was still under British rule, until it achieved its independence in 1964. This island was one of the most damaged places during the armed conflict, since the German and Italian air forces wanted the control of this strategic point in the middle of the Mediterranean.

Now you can visit this historical place to learn about this black period of history and how it affected Malta. Admission costs €12 and it is closed on Sundays.

Manoel Theatre: In one of the small streets in the center of Valletta there is a majestic theater called Manoel in honor of the Grand Master of the Order of Malta who had it built in 1731. It is one of the oldest theaters in Europe that is still in use. functioning. It has a painted ceiling simulating a dome.

You can visit its interior for €5 and of course it is recommended to do so. This assistance along with some theatrical performance. There is also a small museum about the history of the place.


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Advantages of living in Valletta

This city was named in 2018 as the European Capital of Culture, Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Byzantines, Normans, Knights of the Order of Saint John, French and English have passed through these lands leaving their mark on the history of the island. Palaces, churches, hostels and other noble buildings were built there, as well as a defensive system based on forts, bastions and walls that 500 years later have stood the test of time.

The architectural and cultural heritage of Valletta has earned it the designation of a World Heritage Site, the entire city is a great heritage that reminds us of the history of humanity in this part of the world. Its collection of baroque architecture among military forts and a now dry moat that surrounds the city make its visitors feel that they are for a moment in the past.