Valletta is the longstanding capital of Malta and is home to an array of beautiful buildings of architectural not, including the fantastic Co-Cathedral of St John and Fort St Elmo.
Founded in the 16th century by The Order of St John, Valletta has played a pivotal role in the history of Europe over the centuries – including being an important port during the Second World War – and is the home of Maltese democracy.
The Lower Barakka Gardens and the famous waterfront add to this world-renowned cityscape, alongside the iconic saluting battery.
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In this piece, I consider the findings of my day visit to Valletta, the beautiful capital city of this small Mediterranean paradise. As one enters Valletta, one is greeted by the exceptional Triton Fountain, a modernist piece of work that depicts three Tritons (the messenger of the sea in ancient Greek mythology) holding up a […]
The Maltese capital of Valletta is world renowned for offering a melee of historical points of interest since its foundation by the Order of St. John in the 16th century. Check out our Five must-see attractions on your visit to Valletta and best places to visit in Valletta as we explore the city’s political, religious […]