The Malta Tourism Authority’s latest addition to its series of themed trails showcases the culture and history of the island’s capital, heralded as the European Capital of Culture 2018 and widely regarded as one of the world's most concentrated historic areas.

During a short city break, travellers can explore the ancient streets of this UNESCO World Heritage Site along with its 16th century architecture, museums, restored fortresses and opera house.

Must visit locations highlighted on the trail include St. John’s Co-Cathedral, Valletta’s Waterfront, Grand Harbour, Upper Barrakka Gardens and Manoel Theatre.

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