The ticket price includes a visit of some state rooms and the palace armoury (quite impressing). We liked the colorful and beautiful floors and the painted ceilings.
We visited this palace and found that we were only allowed in a small area which was very dark with no information boards. The rooms were roped off at the doorway so we could not see the pictures on the walls. A visit to the Armory was included and there was an audio guide advertised but we were not offered... More
For those interested in military history and hardware this is a 'must see' as they have rare pieces here which have miraculously survived. The audio guide is free and they also do a 'quick route' through if you don't want so much information. The Palace is in use but some of the rooms are available to see and the opulence... More
I enjoyed the beauty of the place but the visit was an average experience because there was not enough explanations in the rooms. And it was also a bit noisy. Several groups were visiting at the same time and the guides did not use the discreet little system to give their explanations. Having to hear guides talking loudly in different... More
Interesting history and beautiful rooms. You need to have the audio guide if you want to really know what you are looking at; we were not offered one upon entry, but you get one if you ask.
The palace is a beautiful place to visit...at least, the parts you're allowed into to see. Fabulous paintings and furnishings. Pretty much nothing about it is explained though. When was it built? Who has it served? What are the beautiful motifs depicting!? Maybe Wikipedia will retool me these things. The palace armory, however, was spectacularly presented and worth a look... More
Totally not to be missed - a splendid beautifully restored and guided tour of this interesting and important building. Really gives you the idea of how powerful these Knights were.
Great architecture and you can feel the history. Tickets were part of the malta pass deal. I wouldn't pay to go inside. Not much to see, and its a working government building, we got chucked out because the president was coming.
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