Private Accessible Valletta Walking Tour
Our most affordable tour!
This 3 hour private accessible walking tour of Valletta follows a step-free route through this charming 16th century historical city, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site!
No transportation is needed because your tour begins just 800 meters from the cruise terminal! Your guide will meet you at the cruise terminal exit and you will walk/roll between the sites.
There are 320 monuments packed into this impressive little city, and your guide will take you to visit the most impressive of these sites. You’ll get to see the 16th century St. John’s Co-Cathedral, with its exquisite Baroque architecture, and vaulted ceilings.
The Grandmaster’s Palace, the seat of government in Valletta, is also on the list—and you won’t be disappointed in the fabulous artwork, historical artifacts, and local heritage you’ll get to see and learn about here.
If you’d like to spend a little more time enjoying Valletta after your private accessible walking tour has finished, you have the option to have lunch (price not included) at an accessible restaurant and make your way back to the cruise terminal on your own. Your guide will be more than happy to escort you to an accessible restaurant nearby after the tour!
Note: Tours are available 7 days a week; however, please note that St. John’s Co-Cathedral is not open on Sundays or public holidays, the Grandmaster’s Palace is closed during official events (this does not happen often).
The Private Accessible Valletta Walking Tour features:
- Convenient accessible tour routes confirmed to be wheelchair accessible (no steps or curbs)
- 3 hour walking/rolling tour
- Lively commentary by an officially-certified, English-speaking tour guide
- Tour guide familiar with the needs of disabled traveler
- Memorable sightseeing and great photo opportunities in Valletta!
If you’d prefer a similar tour that includes wheelchair accessible transportation, consider the Highlights of Valletta Accessible Shore Excursion. Or, if you’d like a full day driving tour that visits several sites around the Island of Malta, we recommend the Panoramic Malta Accessible Cruise Excursion from Valletta.
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- St. John’s Co-Cathedral
- Grand Master’s Palace
- Valletta’s historic old town
The Private Accessible Valletta Walking Tour has a 3 star Sage Accessibility Rating because it follows a step-free route. It did not receive a higher rating because you must walk/roll 800 meters from the cruise terminal to get to your first stop. You will also encounter mild to moderate cobblestones along the route. The guide is unable to push a wheelchair, but you may hire an assistant to help push a wheelchair for €25/hour, at a minimum of 3 hours.
You will encounter mild to moderate cobblestones along your route with slight slopes like those shown in the photo below on the left. Your guide will take you to the wheelchair accessible entrance at St. John’s Co-Cathedral (shown on the right) and the other sites you visit on your Private Accessible Valletta Walking Tour.
Tour duration: 3 hours
Cost: €515 for 1-2 people, €565 for 3-4 people, €615 for 5-6 people. An assistant may be hired for €27.5/hr (3 hrs) to push a wheelchair.
* €50 off if booked as part of an accessible cruise & excursions package.
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week
Meet-up time: 9 am or time cruise ship arrives
Meet-up place: Cruise dock in Valletta
Dress code: Covered shoulders and knees for interior church visits
Entrance tickets: Not included
To review our cancellation policy, please click: HERE. Tours run rain or shine.
Not included: Snacks/meals, gratuities, and transportation costs.
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