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Valletta: Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt and City Walking Tour

1. Valletta: Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt and City Walking Tour

Solve riddles and find clues on a self-guided scavenger hunt through Valletta. Download the smartphone app onto your phone and explore Valletta on this self-guided tour. Enjoy the flexibility of exploring sites at your own pace. Walk to all the best landmarks and hidden gems, answer trivia questions, and solve challenges. Work with your team or compete against them as you learn exciting facts and create memories that you won't forget. Discover another side to on Valletta on this fun tour. Walk around and explore Europe's smallest capital; that's certainly not short on charm. Be sure to take photos of the National Library, one of the significant treasures of the Maltese Islands. Scavenger hunts are great as an everyday activity or for bachelor or bachelorette parties, birthday parties, or team-building events. Each player chooses an interactive role, with challenges varying by the person.

Valletta: Self-Guided Audio Tour

2. Valletta: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Learn about the smallest capital city in the European Union on the Mediterranean island nation of Malta with this self-guided audio tour. Enjoy learning about the city's museums, palaces, and grand churches. Despite its small size, the city is booming with highlights including Baroque architecture, traditional wooden balconies, palaces, forts, churches, museums, and more. Visit sites such as the Palazzo Parisio, Castellania, Auberge de Province, the Grand Masters Palace, and Piazza Regina.


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3.2 / 5

based on 6 reviews

Initial directions a little confusing also some buildings look to have entrances on one street but are in fact on another.