Valletta, the capital of Malta is the southernmost and the smallest European capital. It stretches just 1 km by 600 meters and is surrounded by water on three sides but has so much historic architecture that UNESCO designated the whole city a World Heritage Site. This small capital does not lack any charm with amazing history and beautiful views of the Mediterranean Sea. It is all built in the baroque style with golden stone buildings, ornate churches, colourful balconies and narrow streets. In this blog, we are bringing you some interesting details about Valletta – the tiny but mighty capital of Malta.
Keep reading to find out what to explore in this charming little capital.