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Triq San Gwann, Il-Belt Valletta, Malta
Tourists may flock to Valletta for its incredible history and nature, but many miss St. John's Co-Cathedral, which houses the famous Caravaggio paintings "The Beheading of Saint John the Baptist" and "Saint Jerome Writing." The Cathedral is open...
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Rabat Road, Xaghra XRA 9010, Malta
Ta Mena estate is back to its roots: wine and olives. They still produce other jams and spreads in small quantities, but their main mission today is to let the world know how great Gozitan wines are. And based on my taste test, they can rival any...
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St Paul's Bay, Malta
Sam Cremona was a former gemologist turned olive-ologist; he is actually an olive oil sommelier! Cremona spearheading a project to cultivate and bring indigenous olives back to Malta and put them on the olive oil map of the world. He’s giving away...
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St Julian's, Malta
Quadro is one of the most popular restaurants in Malta. It's perfect for an elegant night out; the venue is open and airy with gorgeous views of the sea. The fresh, Mediterranean, seafood-centric fare changes as often as the the tide.
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Valletta, Malta
Get off the touristy streets and wander around the neighborhoods of the old town of Valletta. Take in the beautiful wooden balconies that stretch around corners and cross over cobblestone streets. But be prepared for some hill work—this old city...
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Valletta, Malta
Valletta is one of the world's largest natural harbors. It may not be the largest but it's definitely the most dramatic. Whether you know a bit of the history of the Crusades or not, you can't help but feel impressed and even a little intimidated...
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Valletta, Malta
Originally we were trying to fly to Sicily from London, but it proved to be more expensive than expected. So we decided to instead fly to Malta and then take a Ferry to Palermo. All together (flight + ferry) was significantly cheaper than flying...