After seeing St John's cathedral in Valletta, this one is really not worth the visit. The reason is that the marble floor resembles the one in valletta and the cathedral itself isn't as lavish. I just appreciated the frescoed vault. Save 5 euros and your time!
Some interesting pieces on display in the museum, along with a wonderful Cathedral next door to wander round. Both were by not means the most interesting or lavish, however both are still worth a look around, especially good on a cold or rainy day.
Both come with the same ticket (bought at the museum office), but the cathedral prefers to be called the Metropolitan Cathedral rather than St Paul's Cathedral. The Cathedral Museum itself has a wonderful facade. As well as the silverware common in the treasuries of grand cathedrals, the museum houses the fifteen statues used in the cathedral on special festivals and... 更多
We liked St Paul's cathedral much more than St John's in Valletta - there was far less bling and some of the artwork was a bit inferior but it felt much more like a church. .The red damask-covered walls lent an air of rather austere magnificence and, as in St John's, it is worth looking down at the floors as... 更多
The museum itself is much more less interesting than the cathedral. But you have to buy a ticket for the cathedral - not cheap! - and it includes the museum too.
Well, I wanted to go and see this cathedral as it had good reviews, from the outside it looked nothing special.....but wow inside is just beautiful. You get a recorded guided tour which is great as if you have seen enough you can just pause it and wander round. Worth a visit. Do look at the floor, it is beautiful
Situated in Mdina the Ancient Capital of Malta, this pleasant old church(fee) is one of many well preserved religious buildings on Malta isle,and probly included in most tours to Mdina,Especially nice in warm Dec sun(paca-mac just in case!!)
So much history in Malta, Your ticket gets you into the museum and also in St Paul's Cathedral next door .... beautiful cathedral. Worth the visit.