Meet your guide and small group of up to 30 people in central Valletta in time for a 10am departure. After learning a little bit about the city, which was built by the Knights of St John in 1565 and is now a protected UNESCO World Heritage site, set out on a walking tour of the city’s highlights.
Discover Valletta’s magnificent Baroque architecture, stopping to admire St John’s Co-Cathedral, the Auberge de Castille, and the Church of St Paul's Shipwreck, then visit St. George’s Square to see the opulent Grand Master’s Palace.
As you walk around the city, your guide will point out the new Parliament building, the ruins of the Royal Opera House, and historic sites such as the Great Siege Monument, The Siege Bell Memorial, and Fort St. Elmo. Continue through lively Piazza Regina, then stroll around the idyllic Upper and Lower Barrakka Gardens and hear about Valletta’s role as the 2018 European Capital of Culture as you gaze down over the Grand Harbour.
Your tour ends in central Valletta around 1pm.