Mediterranean Conference Centre
The 16th century building now the Mediterranean Conference Centre has long been one of Valletta's most remarkable landmarks. Located towards the tip of Valletta peninsula, the MCC stands for distinction with magnificent views across the Grand Harbour.
Terri Zammit Hall
The sheer size and scale of the building coupled with its conversion into a modern conference centre in 1979 makes the MCC such an impressive architectural feat today. The sensitive and innovative restoration won the international acclaim with the coveted ‘Europa Nostra' Award for its successful blending of the fine old architecture with modern technology.
The Mediterranean Conference Centre is a rare example in the region of a heritage building functioning to the exacting demands of the 21st century. The Centre's long experience and reputation as a unique quality venue is confirmed by it's membership of the prestigious Historic Conference Centres of Europe (HCCE). The Mediterranean Conference Centre is one of Europe's largest conference centres within a historical setting.
Area of 180 square metres
Maximum capacities: Theatre Style - 230
Classroom Style - 60
Drop Down Screen and Projector
Arm-Chairs with writing flaps
Simultaneous interpretation facilities for up to five languages
Constructed along similar architectural lines as the larger Republic Hall the Temi Zammit Hall is more moderate in its dimensions. It is 20 metres long by 9 metres in width and is graced by a high ceiling and lovely stone walls. The artistic combination of the modern lighting effects, plush seating and ancient stone walls create an unforgettable sense of space.