The small yet charming city of Valletta is Malta’s capital. For a city that covers just one square kilometre, all inclusive Valletta has a lot in its pocket. Winning the title of a world heritage site, Valletta has some of the most stunning Medieval and Baroque architectures to be found. Holidays in Valletta are a perfect blend of charm, fascinating history and culture. Walking through the charismatic narrow cobbled lanes of Valletta, awed by its spectacular architecture; you’re are definitely going to fall in love with this small and charming city.
Malta isn’t that much into beaches and Valletta too doesn’t have any beaches of its own. If you’re keen on sunbathing on holidays all inclusive in Valletta, you can definitely do so by the rocks near the Jews’ Sally port. But if you’re looking for a proper beach close by, there’s Mellieha just half an hour away by bus. Mellieha is blessed with the island’s biggest and best beach. And if you’re not keen on beaches then a day trip to the medieval walled city of Mdina is a great idea. A 20 minute bus ride takes you to an ancient world set inside walls.
Once a upon a time, Valletta used to be a dull place post sunset with only a few restaurants, a theatre and a handful of bars; but today it’s a different story altogether. Nightlife on cheap all inclusive holidays in Valletta has taken a leap with a new party scene by the waterfront. Old warehouses and facades have been renovated into pubs, bars and restaurants. With excellent indoor as well as outdoor seating available, lots of spirits on offer and great food as well; these places are ideal for spending your evenings Hence, nowadays Valletta is never too dull even post sunset.
When to go:
Enjoying a typically Mediterranean climate with hot and dry summers and cooler winters, Valletta holidays are perfect anytime of the year. The summer months of June to September, see temperatures soaring above 30°C. The summer months are ideal for sunbathing with an average of 11 hours of sunshine per day. The spring and autumn seasons are quite comfortable too. Talking of winters, Valletta enjoys mild winters with temperatures ranging between 10°C to 15°C. Though summer is the peak season for holidaying in Valletta, yet you can also plan a trip in the winters when the weather is mild and you might get a better deal.
Map of Valletta, Malta
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