As the capital of Malta, Valletta is the perfect image of the country’s history and culture. The city’s building and structures are mostly Baroque in architecture. With its ideal natural harbors, Valletta is one of the finest Mediterranean holiday destinations.
In Valetta there are many great experiences to have, many of them are very extravagant. Cruise on a yacht, beautiful sights or visit the Baroque festival. These are all things to do in Valletta.
Grand Harbour, one of Valletta’s natural harbours, is the major port in the city. Along the two grand harbors of Valletta are many seaside restaurants and cafes where you can have your morning coffee or afternoon snack. There are great spots to watch the calm waters surrounding the city.
There are several cruise liners and yacht rentals along the Valetta Grand Harbour. You can hop aboard one of the yachts to take a tour in the waters of Valletta.
You can also pass by the ruins of the Royal Opera House, one of the most iconic buildings in Valletta. As the Opera House are a few of the remains of the old Malta,the entire island was bombed during World War II.
Then there’s the Manoel Theater where you can watch outstanding classical performances. Built in 1700s, this theater is one of the oldest active and existing theaters in the whole Europe.
You can also tour the many museums throughout the city. Some of the most impressive ones are The National Museum of Archeaology and The National Museum of Fine Art.
The summers in Valletta are warm and dry while the winters are mild and wet. Average temperatures in the city range from 10-15°C (50-59°F) in January and 22-30°C (72-86°F) in August.
One of the big happenings in Valletta is the Grand Prix. If you are a car enthusiast and want to watch the most awaited annual Valletta Grand Prix, you can take your holiday trip to the city in the month of October.
But if you’d like to catch the Valletta Baroque Festival, visit the city in January. There are many events and performances held throughout the Valetta Baroque festival month to celebrate the high baroque period of Valletta.
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