Learn English in Valletta, Malta!

Located in the South Eastern region of the main island, Valletta was established in the 1500s by St John as a refugee for soldiers returning from crusades. Known for its grand churches, beautiful palaces, glorious Baroque architecture, you  could call Valletta an open museum. Sprinkled with quaint cafes and wine bars, Valletta has become Malta’s main tourist attraction and a treasure to priceless paintings. It is also home to the majestic St John’s Pro-Cathedral (a church with cathedral status though not being the main cathedral). Despite its small size, Valletta is home to over 25 churches.

A small city bursting with beauty

This historically significant destination is both picturesque and brimming with history while retaining much of its 16th- century elegance. The beautiful old town still has a lot of its traditional Maltese qualities, with mesmerising 17th-century buildings and piazzas to visit accompanied by a great selection of first-rate restaurants and cafes.

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