Valletta - Small city full of history

It's the capital city of Malta and it is known for its small size, rich history and beautiful baroque architecture. On our second day we went from Sliema to Valletta with a ferry. It cost about 3 euros back and forth. In Valletta everything is so close to each other and it was easy to walk from place to A to B. And again the scenery was just amazing, blue sky, blue sea, old buildings and a lot of forts.

Valletta, Maltan pääkaupunki, on tunnettu pienestä koostaan, runsaasta historiasta ja kauniista barokkiarkkitehtuurista. Reissun toisena päivänä mentiin Sliemasta Vallettaan lautan kanssa, joka maksoi noin 3 euroa edestakaisin. Vallettassa kaikki on hyvin lähellä toisiaan, joten paikasta A paikkaan B oli todella kätevä kulkea kävellen. Ja jälleen kerran maisemat olivat upeat, sininen taivas, sininen meri, vanhoja rakennuksia ja paljon linnoituksia.

There was so much things to see so it was hard to decide where to go first. Before the trip, I had saved a few must-see places in TripAdvisor and one of them was St. John's Co-Cathedral so we went there. Entrance cost 10 euros and inside you can go to your own pace. Obviously it was hot day and I was wearing shorts and I didn't have anything to cover my legs, oooops. But luckily, there were cloths so people could cover their shoulders and legs.

I always like to see churches and cathedra