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Valletta: Self-Guided Audio Tour

1. Valletta: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Learn about the smallest capital city in the European Union on the Mediterranean island nation of Malta with this self-guided audio tour. Enjoy learning about the city's museums, palaces, and grand churches. Despite its small size, the city is booming with highlights including Baroque architecture, traditional wooden balconies, palaces, forts, churches, museums, and more. Visit sites such as the Palazzo Parisio, Castellania, Auberge de Province, the Grand Masters Palace, and Piazza Regina.

Valletta: Food and Culture Private Tour

2. Valletta: Food and Culture Private Tour

Discover the culinary delights of Valletta as you eat your way through the historic city center on this guided tour. You’ll experience the best of Malta’s traditional specialties, such as pastizzi, hob biz-zejt, and more while learning about the history of the city.  You’ll meet your guide and proceed on foot towards the very heart of the city. As you walk, your guide will highlight the rich history of Valletta’s city center. You’ll stop in different areas across the city to sample typical Maltese specialties, both savory and sweet, including the traditional pastizzi, hobz biz-zejt, typical appetizers, and the traditional rabbit. Try drinks like the local beer, wine, the local soft drink Kinnie, tea and coffee, or Maltese liquor. Full of all those tasty treats and enjoyable experiences, at the end of the tour you’ll still receive a goodie bag to be enjoyed later. 

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Overall rating

2.8 / 5

based on 9 reviews

The tour was nice, the voice was very pleasant and I liked the background soundtrack, it was easy to use and set up. Some tracks were very long for very small things, so you stood there for quite a bit without being able to see much. What I found a bit sad was the fact that the selection of sights sometimes seemed a bit random. The major sights like the Basilica of Our Lady of Mount Carmel or the Triton fountain and some interesting buildings on the way were left out (where I would have been interested on some details) while some very minor and small attractions (like a bakery) were featured quite in depth. Also to make it even more special some authentic background music in between the stops would have been even nicer.

Professionally spoken, interesting and varied sights, beautiful route through the city. Sometimes you stood at the back of a building, but that wasn't a problem at all. I would recommend the tour anytime.

Initial directions a little confusing also some buildings look to have entrances on one street but are in fact on another.