Valletta is Malta’s capital city and soon to be the European’s Capital of Culture in 2018. The city is a UNESCO world heritage site and overflows with historical and cultural architecture. Valletta is home to most government offices and is the seat of the Parliament.
Down by its natural harbour the Valletta waterfront offers a long promenade of entertainment space surrounded by baroque buildings. Valletta’s precious St John’s Cathedral is home to two impeccable Caravaggio paintings. The Capital also features Malta’s flagship conference venue, the Mediterranean Conference Centre.
St. Julian’s is the home for entertainment and nightlife. This city features various famous bars, nightclubs and lounges making it the sought-after place to meet new people and have a night packed with fun and entertainment. Apart from the exciting nightlife, the majority of Malta’s hotels are located in St Julian’s within walking distance of each other. For those that seek a more tranquil and relaxed evening, just five minutes’ walk from St Julian’s one can find the beautiful promenade of Sliema consisting of fine dining restaurants and lounges. One can also find three Casino’s in the area of St. Julian’s.