A peaceful calm with people visiting for more cultural and pleasurable activities
Daytime in Valletta is a busy, bustling place as the main streets are lined with shops offering all the big brand names as well as local products.It is also the mainstay of the legal industry with the Maltese Law Courts being housed in a large, impressive building in Republic Street and most legal offices choosing to be based in Valletta.
Valletta is also home to the Prime Minister’s office and Parliament building and most government entities are also housed within many of Valletta’s historic buildings. With all this activity it’s no wonder that hundreds of people head into Valletta every morning.
Night time in Valletta is a much quieter affair and in this regard it’s very different to other European capital cities.
As the office workers leave and the shops close their doors for the day, Valletta settles into a peaceful calm with people visiting for more cultural and pleasurable activities such as attending theatre or film productions at the beautiful Manoel Theatre or the wonderfully renovated St James Cavalier, or heading to one of many gastronomic delights that can be found hidden in the quieter streets of the city.