Valletta is surrounded by water. Whatever the season it’s always a spectacle to look at the water and the rocks, and to listen to the waves. #vallettaharbor, #vallettaharbour, #Vallettamustsee, #vallettaphotos, #vallettapictures, #vallettaromanticescape #whattodoinvalletta #Summerinvalletta #malta
Mdina has plenty to offer. In the colder months of January and February, tuck in at Palazzo Falson for the first in a new series of exhibitions that moves away from the examination of objects for their type and function, and explores concepts and their manifestation in art. The exhibition ‘The Devil of the Brush’ opened to the public on 16th December 2017 and runs till 25th February 2018. The exhibition celebrates speed and virtuosity and explores the exciting dynamics betw
We’re glad to see Malta topping the list of the buzziest hotspots in the world right now, on the travel hit-list for 2018 by CN Traveller.
Read the article here Photo: The bedroom at Valletta Nobile (Valletta Suites). #cntraveller #cntraveler #malta #topdestinations #valletta #vallettasuites
The figolla is a famous Maltese figurative shape of pastry, baked during the holy week for children to be eaten on Easter Sunday. It was made from flour pastry and decorated with an egg as a symbol of life for the family and friends. The eggs were tinted with bright peacock colours – blue, green, yellow, white, brown or reddish. The earliest recalled Maltese ‘figolli’ were made of different shapes – a horse, star, small figure of a moor or a female held an egg or more in thei
Thanks to Elle Decor Italia for this article highlighting key places in Valletta, including our charming Maison La Vallette. Read the full article (in italian) here Photo: Getty Images #maisonlavallette #elledecor #elledecoritalia #valletta #renzopiano #malta
Zeppoli are traditionally prepared as a celebration sweet for the feast of St Joseph that is held on the 19th March. The outer crust is made of dough. It is deep fried and filled with sweetened ricotta and a blend of toasted almonds coarsely chopped, pieces of chipped chocolate and fine slices of candied peel. To finish off Zeppoli are drizzled with Maltese honey and sprinkled with chopped roasted almonds. Historically, these are a local version of similar pastries found in N
Wine bars have always been popular in Valletta – but now a new innovative generation is taking over and some chefs are opening their own, there is excellent food on offer as well.
We pick out 5 of the best! Trabuxu
Minutes away from the City Gate, and perfect for a pre- or post- evening out, Trabuxu is the preferred hangout for the local bohemian crowd, where you can easily mingle with locals and get to know whats happening! With a selection of the best wines both local and f