#VisitFloriana – Add some culture to your Sundays – from next October!

Are you interested in Malta’s cultural heritage and architecture? Would you like to know more about the locality of Floriana – its whereabouts and characteristics? If so, we invite you to join our monthly Educational Sunday tour!

Over the years, our tours have become a very popular educational and cultural experience for those interested in knowing more about past traditions, techniques used in construction, the origins of our localities, practices in urban planning and more.

The tour is led by professionals in the fields of heritage planning and conservation.

This year, the tour will focus on the locality of Floriana, also known as Citta’ Vilhena. The locality of Floriana which dates back to 1634, offers an immense heritage experience with unravelling details about its planning aspect. Floriana has no less than 15 gardens. The buildings, churches and monuments in this locality provide an insight into Malta’s political and social past from the time of the Knights of St John to the present day.

Throughout the tour, we will offer you the opportunity to discover a number of buildings of particular interest, insite into the extensive baroque fortifications built by the Knights, typical characteristics of Urban Conservation Areas and places of historical appeal including gardens, churches and other interesting sites and features.

This tour allows us to fund raise for a good cause. The Euro 3 fee will be donated to Hospice Movement.

The tour will start from the Planning Authority’s offices in Floriana at 9:00am and will end by 12:30hrs. The Sunday Tours will be held on :

  • 22nd October 2017
  • 26th November 2017
  • 17th December 2017
  • 28th January 2018
  • 18th February 2018
  • 25th March 2018
  • 22nd April 2018
  • 6th May 2018

If you are interested to join for this venture, book a place by contact us 22902021/9942 5222 or send an email on tours@pa.org.mt. Places are on a first come first serve basis.

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