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Valletta City Tour: St. John's Cathedral, Malta Experience28 Reviews
Walk through Valletta's bustling streets as you discover more on this city tour. Explore the Barracca Gardens and get a panoramic view of the Grand Harbour, then visit St. John's Co-Cathedral and learn about the city during the Malta Experience Show.
- Visit the historical city of Valletta–a longstanding World Heritage Site by UNESCO
- Discover the beauty of St. John's Co-Cathedral and witness Caravaggio's famous signed painting
- Learn about Malta and Valletta during the Malta Experience Show
DescriptionTake part in a city tour of Valletta, Malta's capital city. Valletta is known for its vast and varied history, and contains buildings from the 16th Century onwards that were built during the rule of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem. The city is essentially Baroque in character, with elements of Mannerist, Neo-Classical, and modern architecture, though World War II left major scars on the city. Now you can visit this beautiful historic city as you explore the Baroque palaces, gardens, and churches that led to the ruling houses of Europe to give the city its nickname Superbissima – meaning most proud. During the tour you will walk through the bustling streets leading towards Barracca Gardens. Here you can experience breathtaking panorama of the Grand Harbour. You will then visit St. John's Co-Cathedral, where you will see the painting 'The Beheading of Saint John the Baptist' by Caravaggio, considered one of Caravaggio's masterpieces and the only painting signed by the painter. You will then watch the Malta Experience Show, which will help you discover the Island and learn about Malta's amazing history. Free time will be available for shopping.
IncludesTransport & guide services Malta experience show ticket St. John's Co-Cathedral ticket
- Pick-up time is different according to the location of the hotel You are requested to cover your arms and not to wear shorts or skirts that are too short at St. John's Co-Cathedral Stiletto or narrow heels are prohibited at the Cathedral