“Because early spring is just about the best time to be in the Maltese micro-capital…. Time your visit for the ‘shoulder’ season and you’ll get plenty of sunshine without contending with the crowds.”
Matthew Teller, The Observer
Valletta is dotted with small wonderful gardens, beautiful baroque architecture, museums and galleries. One of the best kept gardens is at The Upper Barracca. This is the best time of year to enjoy the sun from this wonderful Belveder. This is undoubtedly the best view of the Grand Harbour. There is of course the Lower Barracca with the beautiful Neo-Classical monument dedicated to Sir Alexander Ball, not to mention the larger than life bronze statue of Eneas. There are other smaller gardens in Valletta. Walking along the Mall you can get to Argotti gardens which feature rare trees, fountains and beautiful views. Just a few meters away is the secluded Milordi garden which has a scenic point with views of Sanmaison creek that will.
For a taste of romantic art, visit the national gallery of fine arts which houses numerous masterpieces; not to mention St John’s Co cathedral where you can discover Caravaggio’s largest painting in its original setting. There are renowned Maltese restaurants, great coffee, tea rooms, shopping and boutique wines cellars to enjoy.
Try our ‘Bella Primavera’ offer which will make your stay in Valletta memorable.
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