The Best Places of Interest, Museums and Attractions in Malta
Malta and Gozo have a lot to offer culture-seekers in terms of sightseeing. Not only is there a big variety of historically significant places of interest, you can find well-curated and layed out museums and entertaining tourist attractions in some of the key parts of the Maltese islands.
What’s more, because distances are relatively short, it’s easy for you to make your way to several places of interest on the same day without too much effort.
What’s the point of wasting hours upon hours in transit between places when you have a finite amount of time on your trip, right?
This section provides you with rich information on visiting some of the best places of interest in Malta.
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The St. John’s Co-Cathedral is a stunning example of Baroque architecture and should be at the top of your sightseeing itinerary for when you visit Malta’s capital city of Valletta.
St Paul’s Catacombs in Rabat are Roman burial grounds dating back to the 3rd century BC.
It is believed they were in use up until the 7th century AD.