Why You Must Go To Valletta and Try A Malta Food Tour!
Our Group On The Valletta Food TourWhen our friends at Offbeat Malta Food Trails invited us on their Valletta Food Tour, we jumped at the opportunity. Jonathan and I love food tours; it’s such a great way to experience local food and also to learn a little about the history and culture of a region. And even though we have lived in Malta for a few months now, we still enjoy playing tourists on our own doorstep. Malta has an incredible history, and although we visit Valletta regularly (well, it’s only a five-minute ferry ride away for us), we are still always amazed by how much there is still to discover about our new home.Meet And GreetThe meeting point for the Valletta Food Tour is on the steps outside the front entrance to St. John’s Co-Cathedral in St. John’s Square. If you get the chance when you visit Malta, you really should visit the cathedral; the interior is gorgeous.But I digress (as always!).The Valletta food tour starts promptly at 10.00 am, and you are advised…
This is only a snippet of a Retirement Travel Article written by Words by Sarah Wilson – Photos by Jonathan Look Jr.
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