First we will walk its main streets, we will discover its most interesting buildings, secrets and tales of this city described as “an open-air museum”, in addition to answering all the questions you may have.
And, for those interested, we are ready to continue our free tour visiting St. John’s Co-Cathedral, a unique building described as “the most Baroque in the world” as it is decorated from floor to ceiling by the best artists, including the incomparable Caravaggio.
Remember, being in Valletta and not visiting the co-cathedral is a sin for all creeds. And when visiting with an official tourist guide we will enter through the preferred entrance for groups.
Although the tour is free, admission fee for the co-cathedral is 15 euros (Year 2020), so for those who do not want to visit, this will be the end of the tour. As we think this is an unforgettable visit, we want to do our bit to encourage you, offering the entrance to the co-cathedral for 13 euros (Year 2020).
At the end of the tour we will be happy to answer your questions and give you some tips for you to continue discovering the city and the rest of the country.
The co-cathedral is closed on Sundays and Public feast.
Being a religious place, on occasion may be closed for religious functions.
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