Valletta Ghost Tour

Tour information

Malta’s capital city, Valletta, was built by the Knights of St. John more than 400 years ago. It is a historic city, but also a living, working one, the administrative and commercial heart of the Islands. In the mornings the city is visited by thousands of people, Maltese and tourists alike, some on their way to work, others to shop or to learn more about its history. But what happens at night, when the shops and the offices close?

This city has throughout the centuries witnessed death, murders, executions, plots and who knows what else. So it is perhaps not surprising that there are so many ghost stories told about Valletta, as it seems that there could still be some earthbound spirits attached to these historic places, still looking for eternal peace or vengeance.

Join our Valletta Ghost Tour if you dare, to hear a selection of these stories as we take a walk through the dark and deserted streets of night-time Valletta, and perhaps experience something for yourself. Who knows who or what could be lurking just around the corner …

This tour includes:

Professional guide — Scary storytelling — Complimentary drink

Traveler Reviews

  • “Malta always surprises me”
    Rating: 5 Reviewed on May 27, 2016

    I've been numerous times in Valletta getting lost on the narrow streets full of tiny quaint shops and cafes or exploring the buildings, the statues, niches or the walls with their coats of arms and…

  • “Mdina ghost tour ”
    Rating: 5 Reviewed on May 21, 2016

    We decided to go on this tour before we arrived in Malta so booked up our place while still at home in the uk.The organisers kept us updated with meeting places and times and ways to pay for our…

  • “Free Valletta Tour”
    Rating: 5 Reviewed on May 19, 2016

    This tour worked out very well for us. We had wandered around Valletta for a day before. This tour took us to spots we had missed.It was also nice to get the history down while experiencing the…

On arrival

Meeting point is by the bottom of the stairs on the left hand side as soon as you enter through City Gate (opposite the parliament building).

Things to note

Ticket includes a complimentary drink.

Registration is subject to availability. Booking needs to be done beforehand. All details about meeting place will be provided upon booking.

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From 20:00 to 22:00
Valletta City Gate
Валлетта MT
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