Valletta Pub Crawl takes you on a tour of the best sites to see, places to eat and bars to drink at. 30 Minutes of Draught BeerGuided Tour4 Free Entry DrinksDiscounts at barLast bar Closes at 4amValletta is a historic city with secret bars and restaurants. The rich and diverse culture of Malta amalgamates inside the aw.... read more
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Valletta Pub Crawl takes you on a tour of the best sites to see, places to eat and bars to drink at.
Valletta is a historic city with secret bars and restaurants. The rich and diverse culture of Malta amalgamates inside the awe inspiring capital city. Valletta Pub Crawl brings people from around the world together on an informal but informative guide of the nations capital. We meet up at Triton fountain an impressive statue centrally located outside the main gate. Strait street is the most famous pub street in the capital, with a long history and a unique charm it is the final destination for our tour. Valletta Pub Crawl is the driving force behind nightlife in Valletta City and is one of the top 10 things to do during your stay in Malta.
The Beer Cave:
The Beer Cave occupies the basement of the former palace of the influential Capitano Giacomo de Robertis, who hailed from Bologna, Italy, and presently housing the Hotel Castille. Giacomo de Robertis was employed by the Knights of Malta. It later passed into the possession of some of the wealthiest Maltese families including the Testaferrata Family and later to the Marquis Cassar Desain.
Craft beer heaven!
Large gin and spirits menu, with fancy cocktails. La bottega is known for its indoor/outdoor atmosphere & friendly staff. Located right on the high end merchant street and surrounded by Valletta's most recognisable sites.
Carcass - The city bar
One of the first among the current generation of hotspots is Tico Tico, which opened its doors four years ago. At the time, owners Clint Debono and Mark Zammit saw potential in the capital when many looked past it. “Valletta was one of the few capital cities that was dead after 6pm,” says Clint. The alcohol of choice at Tico Tico is mainly a selection of cocktails and shooters, with a crowd ranging from teenagers to seniors gathering there to have a good time, and in some cases, reminisce about old times. “People that were stationed in Malta some 30 or 40 years ago love its regeneration, and give us photos and share memories,”.