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The Maltese buses are always a source of entertainment. For your own safety, always keep your distance!
No matter how old you are you must have fluids and when you are in a warm part of the world then a good intake is essential. Drinking fluids is paramount in keeping the body hydrated and today there is an enormous selection for you to choose from. But for me the choice is simple…it […]
A speck in the Mediterranean on the map, the Maltese Islands are considered to be Europe’s most condensed tribute to history. Malta is one of those destinations that provides you with a little bit of everything, fun, sun, history and culture, and once your done enjoying the beauty of the islands, the beach is never […]
The visitor to Malta has such a variety of different places to experience that where to start might be bewildering. But help is at hand if you really want to experience Malta. Take The Malta Experience.
For those passionate about sailing, Malta is the perfect island to do just that. Surrounded by clean blue waters, pristine beaches and a rich history depicted by its architectural wealth, Malta is an idyllic sailing destination.
Between the 7th and the 9th October, Birgu will be holding a national annual event, known as the Birgufest. Birgu, also known as Citta (Civitas) Vittoriosa is Malta’s oldest Maritime capital and the oldest of the Maltese “Three Cities”. Located adjacent to the Grand Harbour in Valletta, Birgu is one of the most popular destination for […]
A popular cultural event will be held on the 1st October in the very popular city in Malta’s capital, Valletta . The Notte Bianca is the one night where Valletta’s history comes to live promising an evening of art, culture and more. Some of the most important buildings, monuments and museums will be open to the […]
For art lovers, Malta has plenty to offer, with the paintings of Caravaggio amongst the most renowned on the island.
St Julian’s is located along the North coast of Valletta around two bays linked by a coastal road with Sliema. Once a small fishing village and summer residence to some rich Maltese families, St Julians has today been developed in a prime entertainment district. This town is bursting with activity all year round and one […]
No visit to Malta could be considered complete without a visit to St. John’s Co-Cathedral in Valletta and seeing Caravaggio’s painting The Beheading of Saint John the Baptist by Michelangelo Mersi da Caravaggio (1571-1610).