The capital of the island, Valletta is one of the very first planned cities of Europe and was built by the Knights of St John. Its first stone was lain in 1566 and, therefore, Valletta is host to over 400 years of history.
Valletta was built on a peninsula and is thus flanked by two natural harbours, the views of which are spectacular.
Many museums, old buildings and churches may be found in Valletta. St John’s co-cathedral is to be visited not only for its baroque architecture but also for its tapestries, paintings and The Beheading of St John, a spectacular Caravaggio painting.
But Valletta is not only a historical centre. It is also the central business district and houses many clothes and souvenir shops.
Transport is provided for every activity.
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