Valletta is the capital of Malta. Valetta is located in the southeast region of the country. Valletta is located in Malta, the country’s largest island.
Where is Valletta?
It’s one of the oldest cities in the country. There are some of the most magnificent examples of Baroque architecture in Valletta. In 1980, UNESCO was included in the World Heritage list.
|Density||1,296.9 / km2 ( 3,359.1 / mi2 )|
|Capital||Valletta (Il-Belt Valletta)|
|GDP||9,642,848,650 (2013 data)|
|GDP per Capita||23,529 (2013 data)|
|Land Area||316 km2 (122 mi2)|
One of the most interesting cities in Europe, Valletta, are places to visit. The National Archaeological Museum, the most comprehensive and prestigious Archaeological Museum in the country, the Lascaris War Rooms, an underground headquarters of secret tunnel rooms, the Baroque-style St. John Cathedral, built in memory of the Knights, the Hippodrome of St. Maria Church, The Master Palace and The Underground City Hall consisting of Carved Stones and tunnels, the Hypogeum.
Valletta has Mediterranean climate. The ideal time to visit Valletta is spring and autumn months. Because it’s months when temperatures aren’t too overwhelming. There are direct flights from America to Valletta.
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