A long weekend in Malta

A long weekend in Malta

A long weekend in Malta is all you need to disconnect from your routine and enrich yourself with history and culture. What are you waiting for?

Arabs, Romans, Christians, Turks, all shaping what Malta is today. The architecture is breathtaking!

The sea is blue and the food is so tasty!

When to go?

The majority of tourism happens between April and October, where visitors look for sun and sea. However, January is not to overlook. We got a very cheap flight with Ryanair to Valletta and the accommodation rates are lower too. Last and not least, you get to enjoy the whole island for yourself. And the weather is still warm, around 17-20 degrees. And plenty of sun.

Malta is a small place packed with lots of things to do.

1. Mdina – The Silent City

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Maltese balconies
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Fort Saint Elmo

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Architecture in the Silent City
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Walking the lanes of the Silent City
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View on Valletta
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Traditional Maltese balconies

2. St. Paul’s Catacombs

One of the most memorable things to do in Malta is visiting St. Paul’s Catacombs. It’s such an impressive sightseeing.

On the way to the Catacombs

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On the way to the catacombs
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St Paul’s catacombs

 

 

 

3.Valletta

The Maltese capital is an elegant warm city surrounded from the sea.

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Salt pans in Malta

 

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