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Malta in March

3 Mar , 2016  

Mnajdra Temples

Although the beautiful weather happens year-round in Malta, each month of the year reserves special surprises and events to be experienced differently. March in Malta is a special month to be in the Maltese Islands and immerse yourself in the island’s cultural and historical heritage, mainly associated with its long-standing religious traditions and pre-historic ties […]

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7 Romantic Things to do in Malta in February

8 Feb , 2016  

Azure Window at Dwejra in Gozo

Well-loved by its inhabitants and having captivated the hearts of rulers, governors and visitors alike throughout the centuries, Mediterranean Malta continues today to steal the hearts of all those who set out to discover what the island has to offer. Remarkably rich in character, friendly in nature and surrounded by inviting waters, Malta is the […]

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Valletta Ditch Restoration Plans Being Finalised

21 Dec , 2015  

Valletta

The government is currently finalising plans to regenerate the City Gate ditch in Valletta. A spokeswoman from the Ministry of Infrastructure revealed that the government’s plan is to restore City Gate bridge, the adjacent old railway bridge as well as landscape the area. Originally, this project was set to be part of Renzo Piano’s wider […]

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MEPA approves Gżira high-rise

18 Aug , 2015  

Malta Sotheby's Realty

The Malta Environment and Planning Authority has approved the construction of a 12-storey high-rise building in Gżira, that will serve both commercial and residential purposes. In addition, three basement parking levels will accommodate 125 cars. The building will also include an office space, 10 residential units and 695 sq.m of landscaped open space for public […]

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Market Spotlight: Life in Malta’s Capital

8 Jul , 2015  

Valletta colourful artwork by Evilpainter

In anticipation to being European Capital of Culture in 2018, following the completion of the Renzo Piano main gate project and being voted one of Europe’s top destinations, Malta’s capital city of Valletta is undergoing a true cultural revolution. The city, inheriting the name of Grandmaster Jean de la Valette is currently being revived to […]

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History & Culture,Malta

Home is where the heart is – The fate of the Queen’s old home in Malta

4 May , 2015  

Detail of the facade of Villa Guardamangia today.

As Malta anticipates the Royal visit set to happen in November, much heated debate surrounding the current state of the Queen’s old home on the outskirts of Valletta has arisen and caught public attention. After prominent Maltese commentators publicly expressed their views, the government was led to express its position with regards to the possible […]

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Valletta High Amongst Top 10 European Destinations of 2015

30 Apr , 2015  

Aerial view of the capital city of Valletta, Malta.

The Maltese capital has ranked high amongst the Top 10 European Destinations of 2015. In an online poll organised by European Best Destinations,  Valletta beat cities such as Vienna, Rome, Milan, Barcelona and even Paris and London. Around 244,696 voters participated over 3 weeks and Valletta ranked 4th. European Best Destinations refer to Valletta as […]

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History & Culture

HISTORY AND CULTURE IN MALTA

18 Feb , 2015  

History and Culture Malta

The Maltese Islands consisting of Malta, Gozo and Comino are located at the centre of the clear, blue seas of The Mediterranean 93 km South of Sicily and 288 km North-East from Tunisia. Gibraltar is 1,826 km to the West and Alexandria, Egypt 1,510 km to the East. The Island’s strategic position at the centre […]

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