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Mdina Private Walking Tour
"Mdina once the capital city of Malta has had many names throughout its history but its medieval name describes it best - ‘Città Notabile': the noble city. Built on a plateau in the centre of the island its Baroque cathedral and magnificent bastions dominate the skyline. A stroll through its narrow streets which have changed little in the last 1000 years
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City Sightseeing Gozo Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"The largest island in Malta’s archipelago Gozo is a veritable treasure trove of sightseeing opportunities with Baroque churches temples and fascinating little villages vying for your attention alongside idyllic island scenery. Choose between two different sightseeing routes – pink or blue – and discover attractions galore on your City Sightseeing Gozo hop-on hop-off tour. open-top double-decker bus admire top island attractions
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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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More Local Customs in Malta

The Local Brew

For beer lovers there are lots of imported European lagers and ales available but the local Maltese brew is called "Cisk". Pronounced " "cheesk". Most bars and restaurants serve the refreshing...
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MartinK35
Feb 08, 2016

British Culture

Malta has left-hand drive, Arriva buses, red post and telephone boxes, Marks and Spencers and British Home Stores, and shops filled with Bachelors Super Noodles, Walkers Crisps and Cadbury's Dairy...
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antistar
Jan 05, 2013

Traditional Maltese Boats

These colourful Maltese boats are referred to as dghajjas were largely used to ferry passengers, especially sailors, from their ships to land, and vice versa. More recently, they are used for fishing....
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krissyM
Jul 20, 2008

Getting a visa for Malta, more locations!

This might not be of help for some people, but it might help some!I think the Maltese government has signed agreements with the Austrian and Italian governments to allow people from outside the EU,...
danielson81
Jan 24, 2008

RELIGION CUSTOM - FIESTA TIME

MOSTA CHURCH DOMEThis is the most remarkable church in MALTA due to its Dome. It is reputed to be the fourth largest unsupported dome in the world.This church is dedicated to the Assumption of the...
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ROCKARIA
Mar 07, 2005

RELIGION CUSTOM - EASTER SUNDAY

Easter Sunday is celebrated all over most Towns and villages of Malta parading the Statue of Jesus Christ through the streets accompanied by the local brass band. Its a festive and joyous celebration...
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ROCKARIA
Mar 06, 2005
 
 
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RELIGION CUSTOM - GOOD FRIDAY PROCESSION

The Maltese are in the majority roman catholics and on Good Friday they have a fully fledged procession complete with all statues representing every stage that Jesus went through on his way to the...
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ROCKARIA
Mar 06, 2005

Favourite Fishermans catch "The LAMPUKA FISH"

The sea that surround our Island of Malta is one of the routes that the LAMPUKA fish takes seasonally and now is also being fished by our neighbours the sicilians.Fish farms are also sprouting on the...
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ROCKARIA
Feb 28, 2005

IL HMURA....( donkey in dialect ! )

Tradition is still rife in Malta & on the sister Island of Gozo. Farmers still till their land with Mules or take their produce with horse drawn carts.Once in Malta especially in Valletta or Mdina...
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Feb 28, 2005

Top Hotels in Malta

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5 Dragonara Rd, Saint Julian's, Island of Malta, STJ 02, Malta
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Qawra Coast Road, SPB 1902
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Marfa, MLH 02, Malta
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Garcia de Toledo St., SPB1061
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Andrew Cunningham Street, Qawra, SPB 08, Malta
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Qawra Road | St. Paul's Bay, Qawra, Island of Malta SPB 1905, Malta
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Top Things to Do in Malta

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Valletta

Valletta is the capital of Malta. We went here many times during our stay as we really liked it. It is easy to get around Malta by public bus though they are busy in the summer. Valletta is named...
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Mdina

Mdina, also known as the Silent City, dates back more than 4000 years. At one time it was the capital of Malta. It is believed that the Apostle St. Paul lived here around 60 AD after being shipwrecked...
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St Julian's

We lived in St Julian's and worked in nearby St George's. St Julian's is a very touristic area situated on the coast. Our school was not too far from St George's Bay where we liked to swim off the...
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Marsaxlokk

Marsaxlokk is a village in the south east of Malta. It has always traditionally been a fishing village and has many colourful boats. It is also known for the Marsaxlokk Market which is held every...
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Golden Bay

Most places to swim on Malta involve swimming off the rocks which is great if you are not fond of sand, but there are also several beaches. Golden Bay is one of these - a beautiful sandy beach next to...
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"Come for the weather, stay for the history."
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ROCKARIA

"MALTA ...Unequelled Hospitality"
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Redang

"Malta Island"
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ray_d

"From here to Eternity"
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planxty

"A lot of history in a very small country."
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