Malta, cruce de culturas en el Mediterráneo

Malta, cruce de culturas en el Mediterráneo

Vuelos i/v en clase turista de ida y vuelta, estancia de 7 noches en hotel de 3 estrellas en régimen de solo alojamiento para dos personas, traslados incluidos

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11/10/2016

Madrid

Valletta

Spain
Barajas / 6:25
Ryanair FR 5382 Ryanair
2h 40m Nonstop
Malta
9:05 Luqa
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Valletta

About the city

The tiny capital of Malta, the city measures less than 1 sq km, has a lot to offer visitors. Valletta has been described as one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world, thanks to its 7,000 years of history. No wonder, the City of Valletta was officially recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1980. Built by the knight of St John in the 16th and 17th centuries for its military and strategic reasons, Valletta was later embellished into a fine example of baroque decorative art – most notably in the magnificent interiors of St John’s Co-Cathedral in the heart of the city. Shady atmospheric alleyways link grand squares, and glorious palazzi sit alongside bars and shop. Lately, the city has undergone some major changes to create a more vibrant urbanity, with the renovation of the main City Gate and the design of a new parliament building, as well as the renovation of the bombed-out Opera House. Valletta's natural deep water port, the Grand Harbour, is the biggest and the most impressive harbour in all the Mediterranean and was, for many thousands of years, the epicentre of Malta’s maritime activity. Proof of this are the 19 historical warehouses still stand dating back 250 years and the historic Quay Wall, where the Knights of St John and European merchants used to unload their wares. The Valletta Waterfront is also the gateway to Malta’s capital city. In fact, as one of the most successful Mediterranean ports, the Port of Valletta welcomes more than half-a-million cruise passengers into this open air museum. Recently, the waterfront has been revitalised into an attractive and vibrant gateway of shops, bars and restaurants. It’s particularly romantic at night when illuminated. There are tons of outdoor pursuits to enjoy thanks to the city’s moderate climate. From diving to sailing, cycling to rock climbing, there are a number of different adrenalin-busting options to satisfy adventurous holidaymakers. Just don't expect Valletta to be buzzing all night, its tranquility is a large part of its charm.

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Transfer from airport to hotel

Shared Standard (Bus)
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Sliema Chalet Hotel

  • TOWER ROAD,117
  • 0035621335575
Services:
Rooms:
DOUBLE ECONOMY ROOM (1) - ROOM ONLY
 

Transfer from hotel to airport

Shared Standard (Bus)
18/10/2016

Valletta

Madrid

Malta
Luqa / 9:30
Ryanair FR 5383 Ryanair
3h 10m Nonstop
Spain
12:40 Barajas

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Malta, cruce de culturas en el Mediterráneo
Malta, cruce de culturas en el Mediterráneo