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Malta Tourism

The gorgeous and pristine Mediterranean island country, Malta, is a trove of surprizes. It’s difficult to lament what makes it so special. It’s simply a perfect destination for a peaceful and at the same time adventurous holiday. You will be lost in awe when watching the glazing architecture by the twinkling blue waters.

The age old country was established in 5200 BC by primitive men and local farmers. The carvings of the buildings resembles Italian architecture. Because of its connecting location, Malta became a valued stoppage for traders. Malta came under British rule until 1964 when the country got liberated.

The climate of Malta is thoroughly Mediterranean. Summers are really hot and dry. Winters and autumns are mild. Languages used here are Maltese and English. Italian on the other hand, is also spoken largely. People here are friendly, kind and helpful.

Expect an innovative blend of Italian and Maltese flavours. There is absolutely no dearth of restaurants, cafes and food markets speckled all around. Fresh vegetables, meat, pastas, yummy fruit desserts and much more is in the store to delight your taste buds.

A trip to Malta is incomplete without a visit to the capital city Valletta. It happens to be the most intense historical site. Apart from this, you there other astounding places like Mdina, Gozo, megalithic temples, The Blue Lagoon and so on. Do not miss the vibrant Mediterranean feasting and nightlife. Also take a tip to any village close by and experience the traditional rural feast. It will be a lifetime experience. 

The gorgeous and pristine Mediterranean island country, Malta, is a trove of surprizes. It’s difficult to lament what makes it so special. It’s simply a perf...

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