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Built between 1573 and 1577, this cathedral contains two masterpieces by Caravaggio. St John’s Co-Cathedral is a gem of Baroque art and architecture. It was built as the conventual church for the Knights of St John. This church is till this very day...more
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This is a very nicely decorated church, decorations are gold (or something which look like gold) on carved stone columns, walls and ceilings. You should not use sleevless shirts but cover shoulders. Worth of visiting.
WOW! Absolutely amazing, well worth the time and entry fee. Located in the heart of Valletta, convenient to shopping and many many restaurants. Give it about an hour or so. There are original works by Caravaggio on display created especially for the Cathedral. It can...More
The understated exterior doesn't divulge the stunning baroque interior of this Cathedral. This is one of the most popular tourist attraction in Malta, and our suggestion is to arrive here early so that you would be ahead of the queue. However, the true highlight of...More
I visited St Paul's Cathedral.What an amazing experience.Malta has such talented people.I took a video to show my friends and family.
Simply awesome! 2 euros to enter but sooo worth it.You must visit on your trip!
If you visit Valletta you must visit the cathedral. It is an integral part of Maltese history. The entrance tickets combine the cathedral and a museum. The audio guide is excellent and the building is a stunning example of baroque opulence. The floor made up...More
How can you charge €10 for entry? Even the Vatican is free to visit!
On top of that the sign outside says "this is a place of worship". If it is a place of worship it shouldn't also be a €10 tourist trap....