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In Guardia Parades are re-enactments of an authentic historical event that took place in the late 16th century. In it there will be demonstrated the regular inspection of the Palace garrison by the Grand Bailiff of the Order of the Knights of St...more
Although it's not being held at the moment (we saw it in 2018), it should be worth watching when the spectacle is reinstated. In 2018 it was held in Fort St Elmo.
The show presents the inspection of the Fort by the Grand Bailiff in...More
I saw the In Guardia Parade at Fort St Elmo advertised on the Visit Malta website. It happens a couple of times each month - on the first Sunday of our holiday. It was not a free event as I had thought, so we had...More
We missed in last year because it was the wrong place and the wrong day, so this year with arrived early and in the right place not the Grand Masters Palace in Valletta. But Fort St Elmo is a great setting but definitely a suntrap...More
Went there together with some friends by accident on a free Sunday in Valletta, a day before our departure home. The colourful parade appeared to be just the raisin atop the cake! Thank you, all actors and participants. Will recommend you to the visitors of...More
My wife and I saw In Guardia on a relatively warm February day. You book at the main office at Fort St. Elmo and the price is just 7 euros. That gets you a seat for a 45 minute reenactment of a parade where the...More
The tourist office suggested we go to this reenactment. They told us that its really we made. And have to say, they were spot on. Its a first class reenactment show!!! Well done to all people involved. I have a blast. It was like being...More
The 'in Guardia' has moved from Fort Elmo to the Grand Masters Palace, and is held in Neptune courtyard. The parade portrays an inspection carried out by the Grand Bailiff of the Order of St John. Following the inspection a re-enactment takes place, where we...More