List Headline Image
Updated by List Builder on Jul 08, 2014
List Builder List Builder
12 items   1 followers   0 votes   623 views

Top Things to Do in Valletta, Malta, from a Cruise Ship - Created by Staff

Top Things to Do in Valletta, Malta, from a Cruise Ship - Feel free to add, vote or provide feedback to the list

St. John's Co-Cathedral

St. Johns Co-Cathedral ( Maltese: Kon-Katidral ta' San Ġwann), located in Valletta, Malta, was built by the Knights of Malta between 1573 and 1578, having been commissioned in 1572 by Grand Master Jean de la Cassière as the conventual church of the Order of the Knights Hospitaller of St John, known as the Knights of Malta.

Lascaris War Rooms

Discover Malta's Wartime Secrets at the underground Lascaris War Rooms in Valletta one of Malta's best tourist attractions

Casa Rocca Piccola

Casa Rocca Piccola is a 16th-century palace in Malta, and home of the noble de Piro family. It is situated in Valletta, the capital city of Malta. There are daily tours.

National War Museum (Malta) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In World War II, Malta was the location of strong resistance against the Italian and German attempt to conquer it. An example is provided from Operation Pedestal. A memorial had been dedicated to those who sacrificed themselves for Malta's freedom.

Manoel Theatre

The Manoel Theatre ( Maltese: It-Teatru Manoel) is a theatre and important performing arts venue in Malta. The theatre is often referred to as simply "The Manoel", and is named after Grand Master of the Order of the Knights Hospitaller, Fra António Manoel de Vilhena, who ordered its construction in 1731.

Collegiate Parish Church of St Paul's Shipwreck

The Collegiate Parish Church of St Paul's Shipwreck, also known as simply the Church of St Paul's Shipwreck, is a Roman Catholic parish church in Valletta, Malta. It is one of Valletta's oldest churches. St Paul is considered to be the spiritual father of the Maltese.

Valletta Waterfront - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Valletta Waterfront, in Floriana, Malta, is a baroque wharf built by Manuel Pinto de Fonseca in the 18th century. It has been thoroughly renovated by a private consortium who run the Waterfront and offer management overseeing for Malta's cruise liner business.

National Museum of Archaeology, Malta

The National Museum of Archaeology is a Maltese museum of prehistoric artifacts, located in Valletta. It is managed by Heritage Malta. The Auberge de Provence was opened as the National Museum in 1958 by Agatha Barbara, then the Minister of Education. The museum originally included the archaeological collection on the ground floor and fine arts on the first floor.

Hastings Gardens - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hastings Gardens is a public garden in Valletta, Malta. It is located on top of the bastions on the west side of the City Gate. The garden offers views of Floriana, Msida, Sliema, and Manoel Island. Inside the garden is a monument placed by the Hastings family in honor of Francis, Marquis of Hastings, who was a governor of Malta.

Grandmaster's Palace

The Grandmaster's Palace (officially referred to as The Palace) is located in Valletta. It currently houses the Office of the President of Malta and the House of Representatives, as well as being a heritage site run by Heritage Malta. The site of the Grandmaster's Palace was originally an Auberge d'Italie.

St Paul's Pro-Cathedral

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia St Paul's Pro-Cathedral is an Anglican pro-cathedral situated in Independence Square, Valletta, Malta. A "pro-cathedral", is a church with cathedral status, and is one of three cathedrals of the Anglican Diocese of Gibraltar in Europe.

Church of Our Lady of Damascus, Valletta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The original church was built upon the request of Giovanni Calamia to house the icon of Our Lady of Damascus brought over from Rhodes by the Knights of St John when they were expelled from the island by the Ottoman Empire. By 1580 the church was finished.