The capital of Malta, Valletta, has preserved the traces of its past: the island was in the hands of the Soldiers of Christ and it was one of the bastions of Christianity. Its baroque architecture and the geometric checkerboard layout of its streets dominate your impressions of the city. On both sides of Republic Street, the city's main street, the major monuments are grouped, between luxury boutiques ...
This fortress city is the capital of Malta.
Valletta was built by the Knights Hospitaller, and is a masterpiece of baroque architecture.
Valletta is a jewel of European architectural heritage.
As you explore the city's narrow streets, you will see a staggering profusion of statues, fountains and baroque art.
Valletta was built around its two main harbours, Marsamxett and the Grand Port.
After nightfall, party animals head for the trendy clubs of St Julians.
Discover Malta through the most beautiful photos of Valletta selected by Easyvoyage. Explore St. John's Cathedral through our photos taken in Valletta.
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