Malta – Springtime in Valletta

Photos: Adrian Szasz dr.

If “all roads lead to Rome”, then every trip on the island of Malta leads to Valletta. At least for those who travel around the area by bus. The smallest capital of the EU is a good central point because from there you can get anywhere – and from anywhere you can get there. However, it is not only worth using for transfer, as it has a fantastic atmosphere! It got its name from its founder, Jean Parisot de La Valette, a Johannite Knight and Grand Master from Provence. The past of the city and the country was very eventful: Arabs lived here, the island was besieged by the Turks, owned by Napoleon, ruled by the British, and this is only a small part of its history…

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