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Published on Jul 7, 2015
Valletta has fast become the cultural hub of the Maltese islands. This boom in the cultural landscape of Valletta has triggered an influx of artists moving into the city, thus injecting a Bohemian spirit. It is now the place to be for people of the art world.
The infamous Strait Street, or the Gut as it was known in its time, has also enticed business owners to set up shop in the Capital. The Gut seduced a number of people in its time, with promises of unrestrained pleasures at music halls, bars and guesthouses. Once more, life has been blown into this street which now houses welcoming restaurants offering delicious food, lively bars full of cheerful patrons and quiet wine bars, perfect for a romantic night out or sharing a tasty platter with friends.
However, bars and restaurants aren’t the only things this beautiful city has to offer. Valletta provides its residents and visitors with other forms of entertainment as it has a cinema, located at the Embassy Shopping Complex; two theatres, Teatru Manol and Pjazza Teatru Rjal theatre and the Mediterranean Conference Centre; as well as live street music around Valletta. The St James Cavalier Centre for Creativity is also located within the fortified city.