Valletta is a magnificent fortress city and the administrative capital of Malta, built by the Knights of St John entirely by hand in the 16th century. This small city is a showcase of baroque architecture and is officially recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With fascinating buildings and historical points of interest at every turn, Valletta is a treasure chest of a city for those with an interest in history and architecture. Some of the most famous landmarks of the city include St John’s Cathedral and the views of one of Europe’s most beautiful harbours. Valletta plays host to a plethora of cultural events and concerts.