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“... learned a lot about the various stages of Valletta and Maltas historic past whilst also taking in the fabulous archeture and amazing views along the way.Would highly recommend this tour and Matthew as your guide.”
With so much to see in such a compact area, a walking tour is by far the most convenient way to experience UNESCO-listed Valletta. But large groups can be crowded and impersonal. This Valletta walking tour is...read more
My aim is to document your experience in the city and bring out its unique character, as well as your own! Having said this, being a Maltese local, I'll happily help you with your trip, give you a brief history of...read more
Join us in Valletta, the Capital City of Malta for a full day tour! Meet our professional guide at the main entrance, opposite the New Parliament and walk to the Upper Barracca Gardens, offering a breath-taking...read more
Planning a trip to Malta? Looking for Off-the-Beaten-Path Tour in Valletta? What about trying a walking tour around Valletta City Highlights? Valletta offers you the chance to experience a city built in the 16th...read more
“Giulia is very knowledgeable and with great sense of humour and thanks to her this walking tour was certainly among the most memorable experiences of our trip!”
There is no capital in the world like Valletta and nowhere that has more to offer a visitor in such a small space. Described by British Prime minister Disraeli as “a city of palaces built by gentlemen for...read more