BUILDING OF VALLETTA -
Building of Valletta - Kids Tour
Duration: 2 Hours
Price: €15 discounted to €7
Date & Time: Check Calendar
Meeting Point: Valletta City Gate (Look out for Girolamo Cassar!)
Duration: 2 hours
Price: €15 discounted to €7 (Introductory Offer!). Children must be accompanied by one adult.
Following their heroic defence of Malta during the Great Siege of 1565, the Knights of St. John set about constructing a new, impregnable fortress city, named after its founder, the French Grand Master Jean de Valette. Over the ensuing centuries, the new city was embellished with an impressive array of buildings, designed by some of the best European architects of the era, and filled with priceless works of art. Today, Valletta is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and elegant cities in the world. A masterpiece of Baroque architecture, it is one of the most concentrated historic areas anywhere, boasting some of Europe's finest palaces and churches.
What was the story behind its construction?
What were the most important buildings?
Who were the important characters in its development?
What was it like living there in the time of the knights?
Tour based on primary school syllabus;
Worksheets to take at home;
Fun Group Activities during the tour;
Quiz for kids.
All kids must be accompanied by adults all times;
This is an outside activity, therefore it is recommended to bring hats and apply sunblock. When possible guides always stop at shaded areas.
Itinerary is subject to change due to other events or activities taking place in Valletta that are beyond our control.
When booking this tour, you have given consent for yourself, as well as accompanying minors you are responsible for, to appear in photos taken during the tour by Colour My Travel, which may be used for promotional purposes. However, should you not wish to appear in such photos, kindly send us an email quoting your booking reference to:
Children must be accompanied by an adult the whole time, who will be responsible for them for the duration of the tour.