Valletta: Guided Walking Tour with St. John's Co-Cathedral3 Reviews
This Valletta walking tour will take you to the city's main landmarks before finishing in St. John’s Co-Cathedral. Formerly the conventual church of the knights, it is Malta's most significant church, also housing two of Caravaggio's paintings.
- Learn how Valletta began, how it evolved over the centuries, and about the events which shaped it into the city that it is today
- Walk past historical buildings, squares, churches, and gardens that line the heart of the city
- Discover St. John's Co-Cathedral, one of the world's greatest cathedrals
DescriptionYou will meet your guide at the entrance of Valletta in front of the New Parliament Building, looking out for their red umbrella. Your guide will give an introduction to Valletta, and then will lead you through this fortress city, ensuring you do not miss out on anything worth seeing. As you walk past Auberges, palaces, and churches, your guide will unfold the history of the Knights of Malta, as well as the city’s connections with the British period. You will also visit gardens, which offer stunning views of Malta's Grand Harbour. The walk ends with a guided tour of St. John's Co-Cathedral, including the oratory which houses Caravaggio's masterpiece 'The Beheading of St. John the Baptist'.
Includes3-hour tour Fully licensed tour guide Entrance fees to St. John (€15 adults, €7.50 seniors and students) Gratuities
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