Tiny capital in the Mediterranean Sea: Valletta (Part 2)

Valletta is Malta’s capital, built by the Knights of St John. It retains its 16th-century elegance. It may be small, but it’s packed full of sights; when Unesco named Valletta a World Heritage site, it described it as ‘one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world!

A must see in Valletta are the Barrakka gardens. They will give you a wonderful view of Malta!


The London-style phone boxes have become popular selfie spots with tourists in Malta, especially in Valletta, Sliema, Rabat, Mdina, Marsaxlokk and Victoria.

If you are looking for a good Italian restaurant I would recommend you Sotto Pizzeria. They use the authentic Italian recepes.

The day after I spend a day in Valletta, I had an amazing big breakfast in San Julian in Shoreditch (my hotel was in Pembroke very near to San Julian). The vegetarian plate that I took costs only €7,50!

More blogposts are coming so stay tuned!

Xxx

Sarah

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