Guided tour

Valletta: Maltese Food and Drink Guided Walking Tour

4.8 / 5

42 reviews

Activity provider: ColourMyTravel
Guided tour

Valletta: Maltese Food and Drink Guided Walking Tour

Activity provider: ColourMyTravel
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From US$ 37.53 per person

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Experience Valletta through its food and drink on this guided walking tour. Immerse yourself in local history and culture while sampling some mouth-watering regional specialties.

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Duration 3 hours
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  • Eat and drink authentic traditional Maltese food and drinks like a local
  • Visit landmarks in Valletta and admire its stunning art and architecture
  • Gain insights into the lesser-known parts of Malta’s history and culture
  • Learn about the range of cultural influences that have shaped the island
  • Uncover tips on where to shop and eat during your stay in Valletta
Full description

Discover the mixture of influences that have merged to create the city of Valletta on this guided walking tour. Explore the streets of the city and admire its stunning architecture. Stop to savor some delicious food and drinks along the way.

Meet your guide at the Triton Fountain and begin your walking adventure. Listen as your guide explains how foreign powers have influenced the city through the centuries. See a mixture of artistic and architectural styles. Find out how this has left a mark on the Maltese language and cuisine.

Uncover the history of the Valletta and how it relates to the Knights of St. John in the mid-16th century. Learn about how it became an important and cosmopolitan harbor city. Hear thrilling historical anecdotes that you will not see in any guide books.

Experience authentic traditional Maltese food and drinks at a number of stops during the tour. Get tips on where and what to eat during your stay in Malta, as well as the best places to shop for authentic Maltese food. Finish your tour on Melita street.

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  • Walking tour
  • Food tasting
  • Drink tasting
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

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Meeting point

Upon entrance at the Valletta City Gate, go to the right-hand side next to the parliament building. Look for the guide in a yellow shirt with a yellow umbrella.

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  • This tour does not cater to food intolerances
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4.8 /5

based on 42 reviews

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An unbelievable 3 hour walk around Valetta city, eating waaay too much food. They should warn you not to eat first :) Matthew was a fantastic tour guide. His knowledge of the food and general history was outstanding. We could ask him almost any question and he could answer. Also loved his individual commentary as we were walking. Valetta is a beautiful city to start - our first time here - but being able to couple it with its history and (food) culture made this an essential activity! My wife and I would highly recommend this to any visitor coming to Malta.

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November 3, 2022

Our guide was excellent. Very knowledgeable and well prepared. There were only two of us so he was able to take the time to really explain himself. The pace of our tour was also good, I never felt we were being rushed to get place to place and on to the next tour group. I'm awful with names, I think our guide was Matthew.

October 14, 2022

Was a really great tour of the city, at the same time all the important scenes and sights were explored, the guide also told very interesting and funny anecdotes. maybe a micro or the same would be helpful for a better understanding. On very hot days, a stop for a drink break in one of the many pubs and bars would also be desirable.

September 15, 2022

Product ID: 401047