The Maltese islands are full of interesting places and attractions, museums and monuments which you can visit. Faced with such a choice, what are the best things to do and places to see, especially if you are on a short visit? Here is our pick of the top 10 things to do in Malta. 1. Valletta is […]
Valletta is the capital city of Malta, an island located in the middle of the mediterranean sea. Valletta is renowned for the beauty of its setting, its architecture and its works of art. Valletta lives up to its reputation as a city built by gentlemen, with its romantic and enchanting streets and a designated world heritage site. Blessed […]
For those who want to capture the true spirit of a Baroque city the Valletta Baroque Festival should not disappoint. The festival will take place over a 10 day period in different venues within the city. It will be a treat to all the visitors to experience the architectural wonders in Valletta as unique venues […]
The most popular destination for Holy Week in Malta is Valletta. Considering this fact, if you wish to feel the full force of local tradition and culture, it is worth booking your accommodation as far in advance as possible. This will give you the unique opportunity to see these Holy processions that date back to […]
Probably no one celebrates the Holy Week with more ceremony and reverence than the capital city of Valletta. This 400-year-old tradition is still very much alive today as it was way back when the Knights of Malta built the city and commissioned many of the statues from some of the most prestigious bottegas in Europe. […]
Carnival in Maltese is actually older than the Venetian carnival. The idea of the masked balls dates back to the Knights of Malta. Above is a recent carnival ball celebrated at the Casino Maltese in Valletta.