Valletta is an exceptional city. Not only because it is the only capital of Europe declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, nor because it was built by knights of a military order, nor because it was the most modern European city. It is
because of its beauty, its secrets and its histo
ry. The first one you can discover alone, but we can't wait to share the rest. Questions like
: Is his name Valeta, Valletta or Vall
etta?What is the relationship between Mal
ta and Spain?Who was the Order
of St. John?Where and how did people
be put to justice?How could such a small island withstand the attack of two of the most powerful empires of all time, the Ottoman Empire and
the Third Reich?Where can I see Caravaggio
's paintings?What food is tradition
al in Malta?Where can I have a cold beer?
All this and much more we want to tell you so that you discover Valletta at all levels, and that is why our tour has two parts.
First we will walk its main streets, talk about its most interesting buildings and show you the secrets and anecdotes of this city described as "an open-air museum", as well as answer all the questions you have. And, for those inter
ested, we are willing to follow our free tour visiting the Concathedral of St. John, a unique building described as "the most baroque in the world" since it is decorated from the ground to the ceiling by the best artists, including the incomparable Caravaggio.And it is that i
t doesn't matter your creed: being in Valletta and not visiting the concathedral is a sin. And since we do not want it to weigh on our conscience we want to make it easy: if you make the visit with us YOU WILL HAVE 2 EUROS DISCOUNT on the price of the ticket (lowering it from 15o to 13o), in addition to entering for the special ticket for groups with guide.
(IF YOU ALREADY KNOW VALLETTA BUT WANT TO KNOW THE CONCATEDRAL, LOOK FOR US BECAUSE WE HAVE A SPECIFIC FREE TOU
R) Obviously, as this is a free tour, admission to the concathedral is not mandatory. The tour to Valletta will last about an hour and three quarters, plus about 45 minutes to visit the concathedral.