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Malta is an island nation to the south of Sicily in the Mediterranean. It offers visitors beautifully preserved mediaeval architecture, an insight into its fascinating war history and some of the oldest free-standing structures on the planet.
Start your exploration of Malta in Valletta, the country’s capital. It was founded in honour of Grand Master Jean Parisot de la Valette of the Knights Hospitaller after he successfully fended off an invading Ottoman army. Visit St. John’s Co-Cathedral to see a breathtaking Baroque structure built and decorated by the knights of the order. The floor is inlaid with marble tomb stones, there are works by Caravaggio and other famous artists, and it houses an impressive collection of historical artefacts.
Move on to Casa Rocca Piccola to explore a 16th-century palace full of antique furniture and old artworks. Fans of military history should check out the National War Museum to learn about Malta’s long and fascinating involvement in European and world conflicts. Make your way over to Fort Rinella to see a British colonial fortification or visit the Lascaris War Rooms to learn about Malta’s role in World War II.
Take a tour of Mdina Old Town to see an excellently-preserved mediaeval city. You’ll walk along narrow winding streets lined with houses and churches. Those who want to go even further back in time should visit the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum in Paola. It’s an underground necropolis constructed up to 5,000 years ago. For another glimpse of the island’s pre-history, catch the ferry to Gozo and explore the Ggantija Megalithic Temples. They are some of the oldest free-standing structures in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Malta might be one of the world’s smallest countries, but its strategic position has meant it’s played an important role in European history. Throughout the centuries it’s been occupied by countless powers including the Greeks, Romans, French and British. Its cultural legacy is as impressive as it is diversity, so you’re unlikely to run out of things to see and do.
A: Pull out your passport and get ready to fly to Luqa Airport (MLA-Malta Intl.). You'll most likely be on one of the 2,012 international flights that operate every month from this major airport terminal in Malta.
A: Malta has lots of options for travellers on all budgets. If you're after a break from reality, there are plenty of hotels. Apartments, guest houses and bed & breakfasts are other popular places to stay.
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A: No need to argue over this one. Church of St Mary should be at the top of your sightseeing list if you're spending time in Birkirkara.
Make time to explore Chamber of Secrets if Qormi is where you'll be based during your trip.
Finally, if you're only stopping in Mosta, you'll be wanting to do as much sightseeing as possible. The locals will direct you to Church of the Assumption of Our Lady.
The property was in an area where we had access to the town and the buses which was only a few minutes walk. It was very clean and someone available to speak to. I would thoroughly recommend it to others.
Property was excellent and staff dealt with a very difficult situation involving quarantine because COVID-19 very well
Situated in Gzira, this apartment building is close to Balluta Bay, Grand Harbour and Sliema Promenade. Also nearby are Saint Julian's Bay and Sliema Ferry.
We had a balcony overlooking the sea fantastic view of valletta room cleaned daily good breakfast 5 mins to ferry and the bars and restaurants are all around the hotel some building work going on opposite shouldnt take long to complete would definitely stay again.
The property was located so that we could explore all the neighboring communities conveniently. the streets are steep in much of the cities of Malta and this one was no exception but not nearly as bad as staying in the capital Valletta would have been and a beautiful ferry ride gets you there in ...
Had a good stay at the property. Great location and roof top pool area (although pool itself is season). Property has an interesting payout set across two towers in a mall.