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The Perfect Mediterranean Getaway to Malta

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What makes Malta the most intriguing Mediterranean island? The capital Valletta is an open-air museum built by the Knights of St. John, with palaces, ancient ruins, and a picturesque waterfront. Yet it’s also dynamic enough to be awarded the European Capital of Culture 2018. Beyond Valletta’s fortified walls, you’ll find beaches, rolling vineyards, and a relaxed lifestyle. Learn what’s made Malta, south of Italy, coveted by past conquerors and now by more benevolent visitors—travelers like you.
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Grand Harbour, Malta
You can’t help feeling awed and even a little intimidated by Malta’s Grand Harbor—as various invaders must have felt over the centuries. Strung along its waterfront, the three fortified cities of Vittoriosa, Senglea, Cospicua are considered the...
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Valletta, Malta
Maltese cuisine is truly a melting pot with European, Middle Eastern, and African influences added from each wave of occupation. It also benefits from superb natural resources: Malta has the climate, soils, sunshine, and rains suited to producing...
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Floriana, Malta
The beautiful Mediterranean climate means it’s always a good time to head to an outdoor café in Valletta’s pedestrianized historic center for drinks and people watching. The Maltese come out to play after dark at countless cocktail bars, rooftop...
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Floriana, Malta
Not only is Malta overflowing with cultural monuments to days gone by, it’s also on the cutting edge of European pop culture. The Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in Valletta successfully combines old and new as it uses historic local buildings to host...
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With 300 days of sunshine, Malta inspires embracing the outdoors. One-fifth of the island is urbanized, so that leaves the rest for adventures. The rocky, dramatic beaches are a great place to start. Malta is full of small beaches and coves, each...