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A Free Walking Tour in Valletta is held on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The tour starts at 3 pm at Valletta City Gate.
A Free Walking Tour in Valletta is held on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The tour starts at 3 pm at Valletta City Gate.
Informative and fun-filled walking tours with professional guides
We are passionate about our work and ready to make your journey unforgettable.
Professional and knowledgeable guides
We are different from other guides because we adore our work and do our best to make your tour informative, fun-filled and unforgettable. We are experts and know all about Valletta, its ordinary life, history, and culture.
Pay what-you-want system
You decide how much you are ready to give for the experience and impressions. You pay as much as the tour is worth.
Tours in a small company
We are sure that the best results and impressions the tourist will get with a small company. That's why we limit touristic groups for pleasure and friendly talks.
Be like a local
During the tour, you will see the main sights and places of entertainment, cafes, and restaurants, the best places for photos, shopping and rest.
Tours in any weather
The weather in Valletta is nice for almost the whole year. But if it's rainy or windy we will not cancel the tour and make your trip max comfortable.
Best start and final points
It's easy to meet with our guide. We choose central places in the city which are easy to find and continue the journey after the tour.
Explore the ancient town in a paradise with us
Would you like to vary your vacation with sightseeing? Or to get new impressions about Malta and leave unforgettable views of Valletta in memory? We will do our best to enrich your life with wonderful stories and sites.

The smallest - both in area and population - the capital of Europe is surrounded by an ancient fortress wall and can tell fascinating stories from its rich past. Valletta was founded by medieval knights, but it was formed under the influence of various nations and nationalities over the centuries.

The city was built for 5 years. And to this day it exists in almost the same form. Some houses suffered from the bombing during World War II, some modern houses were built. But, fortunately, basically, it's the same Valletta that at the end of the 16th century.

Don't worry: a sightseeing tour here is not so tiring. The narrow streets of Valletta protect against the scorching sun for most of the day. The city is very compact and can be walked up and down in just a few hours. The streets are strictly oriented and almost always the blue of the sea is visible.

Discover Malta with us! There is no such a city as Valletta anywhere!
Explore the ancient town in a paradise with us
Would you like to vary your vacation with sightseeing? Or to get new impressions about Malta and leave unforgettable views of Valletta in memory? We will do our best to enrich your life with wonderful stories and sites.

The smallest - both in area and population - the capital of Europe is surrounded by an ancient fortress wall and can tell fascinating stories from its rich past. Valletta was founded by medieval knights, but it was formed under the influence of various nations and nationalities over the centuries.

The city was built for 5 years. And to this day it exists in almost the same form. Some houses suffered from the bombing during World War II, some modern houses were built. But, fortunately, basically, it's the same Valletta that at the end of the 16th century.

Don't worry: a sightseeing tour here is not so tiring. The narrow streets of Valletta protect against the scorching sun for most of the day. The city is very compact and can be walked up and down in just a few hours. The streets are strictly oriented and almost always the blue of the sea is visible.

Discover Malta with us! There is no such a city as Valletta anywhere!

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Walking tour starts on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 pm at Valletta City Gate.
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Why should you choose our team? Because:
We are professionals
Our task is to make you love the city as we love it and tell you amazing stories of the historical and modern life of Valletta that will remain in your memory. We carefully think through the program, study the materials and create the coolest route.
We take care of each tourist
We try to form small groups for the engagement of every tourist. It will help you hear the guide well, ask any questions and get full answers, see all sites without crowds.
24/7 customer service
We are always online and ready to give your full information about the tour, the meeting point, change your reservation and answer your questions.
A new format of the tours
We don't have fixed prices for a tour. Tourists pay as much as they want. That's why we work hard with maximum enthusiasm and devote a piece of soul in each excursion.
Real tips without prior arrangements
If we recommend visiting one of the cafes or a shop, we are sure they are atmospheric and just the best. We want you to spend the best time and take away great impressions. Believe us!
Why should you choose our team? Because:
We are professionals
Our task is to make you love the city as we love it and tell you amazing stories of the historical and modern life of Valletta that will remain in your memory. We carefully think through the program, study the materials and create the coolest route.
We take care of each tourist
We try to form small groups for the engagement of every tourist. It will help you hear the guide well, ask any questions and get full answers, see all sites without crowds.
24/7 customer service
We are always online and ready to give your full information about the tour, the meeting point, change your reservation and answer your questions.
A new format of the tours
We don't have fixed prices for a tour. Tourists pay as much as they want. That's why we work hard with maximum enthusiasm and devote a piece of soul in each excursion.
Real tips without prior arrangements
If we recommend visiting one of the cafes or a shop, we are sure they are atmospheric and just the best. We want you to spend the best time and take away great impressions. Believe us!
What places does the tour cover?
The Free Walking Tour in Valletta opens for you the best sights and must-visit places. Here are some hints of your itinerary.
Valletta City Gate (meeting point)
This is the only gate through which you could get from the city, not to the sea, they were often called "Porta di Terra", that is, the "Gate to the land". Through the main gate of Valletta City Gate we enter the city on the main street - Republic Street, which divides Valletta into exactly two halves.
The New Parliament
It's a modern cubicle office building, directly behind the entrance to the city. This is an example of how a fairly large-scale modern building can be successfully integrated into the landscape of an ancient city. The facade imitates the ancient fortress walls.
Royal Opera House
The theater was built in 1866 by the architect Edward Middleton Barry, the author of the London theater Covent Garden Theater. After the German air raid in 1942, what remains of the theater is what can be seen today.
Our Lady of Victories Church
This is the oldest church and even the oldest building in Valletta, built in honor of the victory over the Turks during the Great Siege. It was just a chapel. It is believed that in its place on March 28, 1566, Jean de la Valette laid the first stone in the foundation of the future city. The Grand Master of the Order was originally buried here; his ashes were subsequently transferred to the Cathedral of St. John, which was later completed.
St. Catherine of Italy
This Roman Catholic church is considered as a real pearl of Valletta. It was built in 1576 at the expense of the knights from Italy. Behind a strict facade, an octagonal nave is hidden, the walls of which are painted in gray and white. The temple has two side altars with silver candlesticks. Opposite the doors, there is a massive marble altar.
Upper Barrakka Gardens
Here are gorgeous views of the Grand Harbor Bay and the Three Cities built on its opposite bank. The gardens are based on the high bastion of Saints Peter and Paul, built-in 1560. At noon you can watch guns firing. It's a nice place, there is a shadow, many shops, a small cafe in the open air. It's good to stop by after a long walk around Valletta. The Upper Barrakka is open to all winds.
Auberge de Castille
This mansion was intended for Spanish knights. It was a chapel, living quarters and a dining room. New members of the order, who arrived from Spain and had not yet managed to acquire their own house in Valletta, could temporarily stay in this Auberge.

Today it's a palace of Prime Minister of Malta.
Auberge d'Italie
This magnificent building on Merchant Street was built at the end of the 17th century by one of the knights of immigrants from Italy. The facade was decorated with the coat of arms and the image of the Grand Master.
Palazzo Parisio
Napoleon stayed in Palazzo Parisio in 1798. There is evidence - a commemorative plaque on the facade of the building. Now the palace is a house of the Malta Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
St. John's Co-Cathedral
The most important church of Valletta is, of course, the Cathedral of St. John. It was the main temple of the Maltese Knights. The cathedral is not just worth visiting. It is a real must-see. There is simplicity on the verge of asceticism and no decorations outside. But inside there is an abundance of gold, carvings. All walls and ceilings are covered with murals.
Great Siege of Malta and the Knights of St. John
On Great Siege Square, you can see the Great Siege Monument, which is dedicated to all those who sacrificed themselves in the name of Malta's victory during its Great Siege in 1565. The monument is one of the symbols of Malta's independence. Three bronze figures symbolize Fortitude, Liberty, and Faith.
Courts of Justice
This building in the classical style with six columns appeared in the middle of the last century, on the site of an old building - the inn of the Knights of the Order, which was destroyed during the Second World War by a German bomb. It is located on the main pedestrian street, so it catches the eye all the time and serves as a guide.
Grandmaster's Palace
It's a magnificent building overlooking the central square of Valletta. The palace was built in the second half of the 16th century. The famous wooden balconies with a length of 89 meters were erected later.

Grandmaster's Palace includes ceremonial halls and an armory. There are a lot of knightly armor and ancient weapons. It is located on the main street. This palace is also a presidential palace; ceremonial halls are used for state purposes and are sometimes closed to visitors.
St George Square
The central square of Valletta, like the capital itself, like the country itself, is small but neat. With the presidential palace on one side and the theater on the other, the square is a rectangle that from time to time turns into a fountain! As if from nowhere, jets of water burst from granite slabs, amusing those gathered in the square. Nearby are numerous cafes, coffee houses.
Lower Barrakka Gardens
(final point)
The lower gardens of Barrakka are located on the bastion of St. Christoph in the eastern part of Valletta. There are many nooks and royal silence. Its terrace offers great views of the Grand Harbor and the breakwater. Residential buildings are located near the park.
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Free Historical Centre Tour of Valletta Features
Valletta City Gate
The New Parliament
Royal Opera House
Our Lady of Victories Church
St. Catherine of Italy
Upper Barrakka Gardens
Auberge de Castille
Auberge d'Italie
Palazzo Parisio
St. John's Co-Cathedral
Grandmaster's Palace
St George Square
Lower Barrakka Gardens
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Frequently Asked Questions About Our Free Walking Tour
How long is your tour?
Our free tour is approximately 2.5 hours long and covers about 4 kilometres across the city center. We walk at a leisurely pace, stopping to speak and look around at regular intervals.
Where does the tour start?

Our tour starts at 3 pm at Valletta City Gate. Click here to see a map.
How do I get to the starting point?
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What languages are your tours in?
Unfortunately, at this stage we only offer tours in English.
How much does the tour cost?
There is no set price for the tour. Our tour guides work on a "pay what you think it's worth" model, so that any tourist can discover our city regardless of his budget. If you enjoy the tour, our guides would appreciate your tips; however, only you will decide how much your experience is worth.
Will you accept tips in currencies other than euros?
We often get tipped in euros and dollars. All the guides are travellers and will find a way to use other currencies.
Are the tours suitable for children?
Our tours are suitable for people of all ages. We often have children and little ones joining our walking tours and most seem to have a great time. However, it really depends on your child.
Still have questions after reading through our FAQ?
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IMPORTANT: Booking is required, even if you decide to attend the tour one hour prior to start. It is important for us to know how many people plan to come, so we can make it comfortable for everyone!
A Free Walking Tour in Valletta is held on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
The tour starts at 3 pm at Valletta City Gate. See meeting point on the map. Google Maps link
Meeting Point
A Free Walking Tour in Valletta is held on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The tour starts at 3 pm at Valletta City Gate.