Valletta Living History
A glossy, entertaining 35-minute sweep (eight languages available) through Malta's eventful history. This is especially worthwhile if...
Great Siege of Malta & the Knights of St John
The Great Siege of Malta and the Knights of St John, beside the entry to the Bibliotheca, is a 30-minute walk-through...
From the public entry to the Grand Master's Palace on Triq il-Merkanti it's possible to visit the State Apartments; note that the...
This beautiful place is Malta's national theatre, and the islands' principal venue for drama, concerts, opera, ballet and the much-loved...
Rubino earns rave reviews for reinventing Maltese cuisine while staying true to its roots. There's no menu, just a selection of the...
244 Triq ir-Repubblika · interesting places nearby
Caffe Cordina information
There's some prime people-watching on Misraħ ir-Repubblika, where several cafes command the ranks of tables around the statue of Queen Victoria. This is the oldest (and busiest) option, established in 1837 and now a local institution. You have the choice of waiter service at the sunshaded tables in the square or inside, or joining the locals at the zinc counter inside for a quick caffeine hit. Be sure to look up; the ceiling is exquisite.