Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Valletta1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Valletta with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.
Railway and landscape maps of Valletta areaThis Valletta map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
City tours, excursions and tickets in Valletta and surroundings
Malta - moving around the countryIn general, tourists in Malta do not encounter any difficulties with regards to transportation. The most popular type of public transportation are buses. They (buses) usually run frequently and practically all trips connect certain regions with the capital of the republic. There are buses from 5.30 to 23.00. Over-night trips operate only from Friday to Monday and with long interval. Tickets are usually purchased directly from the driver. The bus services work worse in areas which are far from tourist centers; the transport can run only two or three times a day. An alternative to it, in this case, are horse-drawn carriages. This is not the most comfortable form of transport, but it is however much cheaper. … Open
Nature and parks of MaltaThe rest of the islands are archipelago or sparsely populated (Comino), or are uninhabited. Uninhabited islands are a protected by government. One of the most picturesque islands of the archipelago is the Cominotto, located near the island of Comino. Between the islands, there is a lagoon with water of bright, azure color, which became one of the symbols of the country and its beach rest. Another important island is Fylla, which is a rock with a height of 60 meters and a flat top. The territory of the island is for nature conservation. On the rocks, nest rare and endangered species of birds, among them the Mediterranean petrel and the straight-tailed petrel. Also on the island are endemic species of lizards and snails. The area around the island is also a reserve; fishing in this area is prohibited. … Open
Photogallery of Valletta sights
Our guide to Valletta
Start your acquaintance with the city from a cinema show named “Life Path of Malta”. The show will tell you about main historical events and throw a light upon the traditions and culture of local people. The show takes place in Conference Hall located not far away from Saint Elmo Fort. Great Master’s Palace is one of the oldest buildings in Valetta. It was built in the 16th century. In the halls of the … Open
Cultural excursion through Valletta - things to see
Valetta is famous for its religious monuments. The territory of the city is home to approximately 300 old churches and cathedrals. St John's Co-Cathedral is one of the most famous landmarks of the city. The building of the beautiful church took place in the second half of the 16th century. The church exhibits a masterpiece of the international level – the Beheading of Saint John the Baptist. The precious painting … Open
Attractions and active leisure
Valetta offers a range of interesting and entertaining venues for its guests. Colorful markets and shopping centers, romantic nightclubs and energetic discos simply cannot leave tourists indifferent. Vacationers with children will find it incredibly exciting to visit the Museum of Toys, the exhibition of which occupies full three floors. The museum showcases many retro toys that were on sale in the middle of the … Open
Cuisine and top restaurants
When it comes to describing bars in Valetta, it is important to mention Q, the opening of which took place in 2007. The venue has quickly become popular with fans of exotic cocktails and music fans. Pleasant music, a wide range of drinks in the bar, and a friendly atmosphere of Q will certainly help visitors to enjoy a magnificent dinner in a circle of friends. The cafe Jubilee is quite an unusual and interesting … Open
Traditions and mentality of Valletta
Local souvenirs deserve a separate mention. As a rule, tourists prefer to purchase gorgeous glassware and jewelry, home decorations made of straw, and various crafts. There are many artisans in the city’s neighborhoods, and they produce the majority of souvenirs sold in local shops. Despite the fact that Valetta is a modern and actively developing city, local people carefully preserve their national … Open
Travel guide to Valletta
At the end of the street is an interesting historical landmark - the beautiful Villa Casa Rocca Piccola. For over four hundred years, this lovely Villa was owned by the descendants of the noble family De Piro. Now, within the walls of the Villa, there is a very interesting private Museum. Each of the exhibits presented here is a unique jewel. Visitors of the villa will have the opportunity to see beautiful … Open