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We saw a programme on TV about this church and went to see it for ourselves. It's very small but beautiful as you can see from some of the reviewers' photos. It's free to enter but for 4 euros you can not only help with...More
This was the first church built in Valletta and the original resting place of Jean de Valette. From the outside, it is very simple, very plain, but the inside. Wow! It is incredibly beautiful. It is a small church but very worth visiting. You must...More
Its very impressive inside and worth a visit whilst you stroll around Valetta. Admission is free and it wasnt crowded. There are a few steps to get up but there is a handrail.
Photos are allowed but they request you dont use flash.
A lot of Malta's history is explained in this church, when you enter, purchase the illustrated guide (only 3 euros) this will easily allow you to quickly understand all the artefacts and beautiful paintings this church has to offer.
Built the year after the Great Siege of 1565, this is where Jean Parisot de Valette, founder of Valletta and 49th Grand Master, was first laid to rest. His body now lies in the amazing St John's Co-Cathedral. This relatively small church is currently being...More
This was the first church the Knights of Malta build after winning against the Turkish invasion in the siege of 1556 so it has loads of history. It has been recently restored and is very pretty inside. Nice location as well.
this is one of the first churches to be built in Valletta. It fell into disrepair but with the assistance of PWC the skills of the Courtauld Institute have restored this ancient church. It has beautiful painted ceilings and is well worth a visit. From...More
Thought this church would be prettier inside and more interesting due to it being so widely mentioned when you read about Valetta, but I know it's a place of worship so if that's what your after then its ideal for you. I'd rather go back...More