Holiday homes Valletta- for your eventful island holidays
Valletta is the capital city of Malta and perhaps one of the prettiest capital cities within Europe. Even though it is the smallest capital of all EU countries in terms of surface area, it still has plenty to offer for visitors. Stay in Valletta holiday homes and discover a city, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The breathtaking cityscape of Valletta will surely cast a spell over you!
City full of fascinating architecture
Valletta has plenty of attractions to offer, so when you stay in one of the superb holiday homes Valletta offers, make sure you plan your sightseeing trips carefully in order for you to make the most of your stay. The city is surrounded by imposing fortifications and bastions. The main entrance to Valletta is the City Gate. Star-shaped Fort St. Elmo is definitely one of the most stunning sights of this enchanting fortress city. When you stay in one of the comfortable Valletta apartments, you will also have the chance to enjoy the magnificent views over the truly picturesque Grand Harbour. On top of that, the city is also home to an abundance of beautiful palaces like the Grandmaster's Palace, Auberge de Provence, Casa Rocca Piccola or Palazzo Castellania. When you stay in Valletta holiday homes, you will certainly be impressed by the stunning Baroque architecture and the lovely old limestone buildings that are scattered across the city.
Be sure to spend some eventful holidays
While staying in one of the cosy holiday apartments in Valletta you will appreciate the many wonderful cafes, restaurants and wine bars. Republic street is very popular with tourists for it is here that you will have the best shopping opportunities in Valletta. But there are also an abundance of other lovely alleyways that are well worth a stroll through. If you stay in Valletta holiday homes on a Sunday, you can also visit the Monti, a large market which sells a large variety of things- even birds. Maybe time your holiday so it coincides with one of the many colourful annual events, like, for example, the Commemoration of St Paul’s Shipwreck or Carnival week in February, Freedom Day at the end of March, Maltafest July to August or Independence Day in September. By the way, from Valletta you can easily catch the ferry to Catania (Sicily). And Gozo, another island in the Maltese island group, is also well worth a visit!
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