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Valletta Private Walking Tour
"Valletta Malta’s capital city is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and elegant cities in Europe. A masterpiece of Baroque architecture it is one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world boasting some of Europe's finest palaces and churches as well as numerous museums. Following their heroic defense of Malta during the Great Siege of 1565 the Knights of St. John set about constructing a new
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Valletta Segway Tour and Malta 5D Show
"Best way to see the city of Valletta in just 2 hours start off with a 20 minute viewing of the Malta 5D show and discover the islands unique history in 5 dimensions then hop aboard your two-wheeler and follow a segway leader through the city. Discovering on route the well known sights and also the cities secret treasures. This tour promises to highlight places worth visiting with views of the Grand Harbour St. John Co Cathedral The Royal Opera House
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Valletta Private Walking Tour
"Valletta Malta’s capital city is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and elegant cities in Europe. A masterpiece of Baroque architecture it is one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world boasting some of Europe's finest palaces and churches as well as numerous museums. Following their heroic defense of Malta during the Great Siege of 1565 the Knights of St. John set about constructing a new
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Most Viewed Local Customs in Malta

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Maltese People Abroad...

Hi! This is not really a local custom but I didn't know where to put it.I've heard a lot of Maltese People went abroad to Australia or England to find better jobs and better living conditions.When I...
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Bands, Football and Politics

If you read the inscriptions on Malta’s buildings, you will notice many clubhouses of football clubs, band clubs, and political party and union clubs. Many of these are open to the public for meals....
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The Good Friday procession.

Every year in many towns and villages in Malta a religious procession is held on the Good Friday. I attended the one in Quormi.Several large statues are carried by six or eight men on their shoulders....
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Pastizzi - Its a way of life.....

Ever since I was young I remember eating pastizzi. Back then I could eat 6-7 at a time. Now I just about manage 3. A trip to Malta isn't complete without tasting the tradditional pastries for around...
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Prickly Pears

Prickly pears grow very well in Malta. They are even making a liquer out of it called "Bajtra" which is what we call prickly pears in Maltese.If you would like to know how to peel A PRICKLY PEAR have...
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'Maltese salad'

You'll see this on the menu in most restaurants and cafes.The photo shows an example (from 'Les Deux Baronnes' cafe/restaurant in Valletta).It will almost certainly include:Maltese sausage (cold, not...
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Hobz biz-zejt

Why haven't I taken a photo of this? Just forgot, sorry.But it's a really excellent beach lunch .........I bet nearly every beachside kiosk/cafe in Malta will serve it, even if it's not on the menu....
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Imqaret

Date-filled, deep fried pastries.I am told that these can be rather greasy but the one I tried certainly wasn't.It was rather good,actually, though I suspect it was slightly over-cooked and browner...
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Qaghaq tal-ghasel (honey ring cakes)

These are a 'traditional' Maltese sweet (by which I mean cake/dessert). They are actually a Christmas tradition, but you can now buy them all through the year at bakeries, cafes, street...
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Pastizzi

These are filo pastry parcels, filled with either ricotta or with a mushy pea mixture (tastes much nicer than it sounds!).You can buy them at any cafe, and bakeries, and hole-in-the-wall places. Tere...
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Kinnie

The Maltese love Kinnie, apparently.It's a soft drink, made from bitter oranges and herbs. I had to taste it, of course. I'm still not entirely sure whether I liked it or not. The bitterness is...
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Festas

From the start of May and on through the summer every town and village in Malta puts on its own festa. The festas are celebrations of each town and village’s patron saint and are marked with music,...
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Fireworks

Fireworks are a huge tradition in Malta with a large number of fireworks factories located all over the island. The Maltese are world-renowned for their fireworks and have been world champions in...
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British Legacy!

All over the country you will see reminders of Britain’s influence in Malta. The red telephone kiosks and letter boxes so common in Britain are dotted all over Malta. Some have been removed but others...
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Popular Cities in Malta

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Valletta

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Top Hotels in Malta

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St. George's Bay, Saint Julian's, Island of Malta, STJ 02, Malta
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Maskli Street, Qawra, Island of Malta, SPB 1480, Malta
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Triq Ir-Rokon, San Lawrenz, Island of Gozo, GRB 104, Malta
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Misrah Il Kunsill, Mdina, Island of Malta, RBT 12, Malta
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5 Dragonara Rd, Saint Julian's, Island of Malta, STJ 02, Malta
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The Strand, Gzira, Sliema, Island of Malta, GZ R03, Malta
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Top Things to Do in Malta

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St Johns Co-Cathedral

Hubby and I went to Malta in September. He especially wanted to go to see this Cathedral. Well we went twice and enjoyed both times. We could not emagine how much work has gone into this. We are...
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Azure Window

On our fifth day in Europe, we decided to leave Valleta and take a 20-minute ferry ride to the nearby smaller but greener island of Gozo. Gozo has a charm of its own, and the ferry ride was full of...
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Promenade

I have been struck in my relatively short time in Malta by how fond they seem to be of public statuary. Virtually every ten yards you will find some sort of statue, either old or very modern. I...
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Spinola Bay

Where ever you are staying in Malta, Spinola Bay is well worth a visit especially in the evenings. It's not really a bay, more of a narrow coastal inlet with fishing boats. It's surrounded by bars...
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Marsaxlokk Market

The main market in Marsaxlokk is on a sunday selling mainly fish,but the usual market is on every day of the week.Mostly selling souveniers to tourists like glass and ceramic ornaments,flags,tea...
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Mellieha Bay

From Mellieha you can easily reach some of the most beautiful places of the isle of Malta. In 10-15 minutes on foot, going down hill, you reach Mellieha bay (known also as Ghadira bay). In Mellieah...
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"My Second Home"
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"Maltese Memories"
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"Malta - my home"
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"REPUBLIC OF MALTA"
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"Maltese- Deep Down"
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