Casa Rocca Piccola
Casa Rocca Piccola in Valletta exhibits the way of life of Maltese nobility for during last centuries
Casa Rocca Piccola is located in the heart of Malta's capital city, Valletta. It is an interesting attraction, often described as a ‘living museum’. This beautiful palace is now owned by the 9th Marquis de Piro, and is the only private palazzo open to the public in Valletta. On your visit you will be able to walk through twelve palatial rooms including the two Dining Rooms, a Four Poster Bedroom and a private Family Chapel.
One of the most important attractions at Casa Rocca Piccola is the network of underground tunnels cut out of rock. One of them takes you into a huge well that was used during WW2 to shelter over 100 people from enemy bombs.
This house also has a beautiful walled garden with orange trees where a Macaw and a Terrapin. There is also a souvenir shop from where you can buy hand blown glass, Caltigirone pottery, books and other souvenirs. The old kitchens of the palace are now used as a restaurant serving a delicious range of Italian dishes and there is also a Gallery which has regular exhibitions of contemporary art.
Casa Rocca Piccola is open for guided tours from 10:00 until 16:00 every day except Sundays and Public Holidays.
Valletta Palazzo 74 Republic Street, Valletta, Malta UNESCO site ? no Monday - Saturday : 10:00 - 16:00 tours every hour, Sunday - Public Holidays: Closed Website firstname.lastname@example.org +356 2122 1499
€9.00 Students: €5.00