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Malta


Malta offers many pleasant destinations, from historical towns to clear water beaches, ideal for water activities. In Mdina, the City of Silence, you will find the Falzon Palace, one of the best-preserved fifteenth-century buildings in the archipelago, and St. Paul's Cathedral, decorated with famous paintings, such as The Conversion of St. Paul by Mattia Preti.

Things to do and see - Malta

Explore the capital city's historic streets, forts, and museums
Valletta
 
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Admire Baroque art and architecture and Caravaggio paintings
St. John's Co-Cathedral
 
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Entertain yourself at a purpose-built film set village
Popeye Village
 
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Enter a gigantic rotunda church, decorated with paintings by Giuseppe Calì
Mosta Rotunda
 
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Take a boat tour to see sea caverns, and impressive rock formations
Blue Grotto
 
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Wander through a charming medieval town known as the "Silent City"
Mdina
 
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Have a moment of peace within a magnificent architecture
Bażilika Tal-Madonna Ta' Pinu Mill Gharb
 
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Discover ancient megalithic temples dating back to prehistoric times
Haġar Qim and Mnajdra Temples
 
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Travel back to prehistoric times by viewing ancient artifacts
National War Museum - Fort St Elmo
 
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Experience a traditional fishing village known for its colorful boats
Marsaxlokk
 
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Swim and relax at a popular beach with red sands and crystal clear water
Golden Bay
 
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Hop on a boat to enjoy a natural pool with crystal clear waters
Blue Lagoon, Comino
 
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Visit the largest temple complex in the Maltese Islands
Tarxien Temples
 
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Enter a Neolithic subterranean structure and underground burial site
Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
 
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Events - Malta

September
Independence Day
The Independence Day of Malta is celebrated on September 21st each year, commemorating the day in 1964 when Malta gained independence from British rule. It marks a significant milestone in Malta's history, symbolizing the country's journey towards self-governance and sovereignty. The day is marked with various festivities, including parades, flag hoisting ceremonies, and cultural events throughout the island.
Malta



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