Notte Bianca is an annual all-night cultural initiative of various countries around the world and Malta is no exception. Notte Bianca is now in its 6th fantastic year, and continues to promise an unforgettable evening of art, culture and much more. During Notte Bianca, Valletta's museums, historical buildings, private and public art galleries, and other cultural institutions are open free of charge and the capital is transformed into a city-wide festive gathering, including music, dance, film and theatre performances and providing space for both local and international artists to be appreciated by the general public throughout the night. From the majestic Caravaggio to exhibitions by young aspiring artists, from the romantic tunes of Chopin to the potent riffs of heavy metal Maltese Bands, from an engaging folk dance to magnificent contemporary jazz. It is this
diversity that makes Notte Bianca such an interesting and unique experience. This year some events are happening in a repetitive manner throughout the city, enabling you to get through the whole list of events without missing a thing and public transport is also available from Valletta to all Malta till late.
On the 1st of October all the older boarders went to the Notte Bianca festival. We wanted to see the different museums and art galleries. Besides that we wanted to see Valletta by night and the nightlife. We went to Valletta and met some school friends and visited the museums and art galleries. We took a lot of pictures of the architecture of the buildings.