Collected by Shelley Drennan
Mediterranean Street, Valletta, Malta
This audiovisual show depicts Malta’s gripping history, which spans over 7,000 years. In 50 minutes, you will gain a deeper knowledge and appreciation for the island’s tumultuous past and its remarkable people. Of particular interest are the tales...
Fort St Elmo, Valletta VLT 1741, Malta
The most famous museum in the country, Malta’s National War Museum sits on the tip of the Valletta peninsula at Fort Saint Elmo. The main collection focuses on World War I and World War II, including the fuselage of a Gloster Sea Gladiator, a...
219 Republic St, Valletta, Malta
Here is a rare opportunity to see traditional Maltese silversmiths at work. Get tips on how to look after and clean your filigree ornament from the very people who make them. This family business offers reasonably priced alternatives to the...
Long Hut One, Ħ'Attard,, Ħ'Attard, Malta
Located in the Ta Qali Crafts Village near Mdina, Valletta Glass runs a workshop producing custom designed glassware and two retail outlets. Watch glassblowers at work before picking up your own souvenir bowl, plate, vase, candleholder or animal...
Triq il-merkanti 42, Il-Belt Valletta VLT 1173, Malta
The Submarine takes the best aspects of the healthy Mediterranean diet and crams them into a sandwich—it’s a quick way to enjoy local cuisine, and a fantastic value. Choose from several types of bread including the local specialty ftira, then fill...
8, Triq il-Bajja, Ballutta Bay, San Giljan, Malta
Located in an old town house, Peperoncino offers a warm, cozy atmosphere in its limestone walled dining room and boasts views across Balluta Bay from its terrace. The menu features dishes with Maltese, Sicilian, and Italian influences. The...
133, Triq Spinola, St Julian's, Malta
Set on the edge of scenic Spinola Bay, friendly Gululu serves up simple, traditional Maltese dishes to an always-buzzing crowd of tourists and locals alike. You can take a seat at one of the outside tables that spill out toward the water's edge,...
Triq Ic Cimiterju, Raħal Ġdid PLA 1116, Malta
If you’re planning a trip to Malta and fancy visiting the oldest prehistoric temple in the world that is completely underground, I would highly recommend a visit to the Hypogeum of Hal-Saflieni in the southern part of the island.