A warm and welcoming destination for those who look to escape the snow and the shivers, Malta is off the coast of the Mediterranean and offers azure waters where you can be adventurous or watch the seascape lazily, lounging on the sands. Ensure to plan an itinerary to visit the historical and memorable places around [...]
A warm and welcoming destination for those who look to escape the snow and the shivers, Malta is off the coast of the Mediterranean and offers azure waters where you can be adventurous or watch the seascape lazily, lounging on the sands. Ensure to plan an itinerary to visit the historical and memorable places around here.
Valleta is the capital city of Malta and is known popularly in Maltese as II-Belte. Similar to most capital cities it is equipped with industries and business houses. In the midst of all these it still nurtures the ancient architectural monuments from the 17th century. It is a fortress city named after its founder and exhibits fascinating architectural skills from time immemorial. Nestled in the midst of the walls and fortresses are the innumerable gardens worth a visit. The travel planner must include visits to the St. Johns Co-Cathedral and the local museum, for they speak of times gone by and the moments of the past.
Mark this city on the Malta itinerary planner for wandering lazily through its cobblestone structures. The city is called the ‘silent city of Malta’ as it echoes the emotions of the entire island besides sharing the architectural fortresses which are marvellous. Virgin and untouched by industries, this city is the ideal place to lounge in and get absorbed in the lap of nature at its best. The weather is warm and conducive for swimming and other water activities. The fortified walls of this medieval town speak of the Knights who constructed them. The city yields itself to a certain quaintness associated with luxury and peace at the same time.
Mdina, Malta, European Union by Wikipedia
The Island of Gozo
South of Sicily and dancing amidst the waves of the Mediterranean is the Island of Gozo a mandatory tour in any trip planner. Malta’s little sister, as it is colloquially known, this little island is idyllic and offers unmatched scenic excellence. Countryside of Gozo is overflowing with ancient churches and medieval masterpieces of architecture. It also offers a silent vacation by the sea, far from the crowds and the hurried world. Holidays at Gozo can be chartered at your own pace with no hurry to complete visits and tasks. It renders the ideal refreshing holiday for most battered and workaholic members of today’s world.
The Island of Gozo, Malta, European Union by Robert Pittma
Perched perfectly in the midst of two picturesque bays, this growing town welcomes people wholeheartedly. Sharing with pride the longest sandy beaches, this little town attracts travellers for its uniqueness. Once here, people have the choice of relaxing on the sands and gazing lazily at the clear blue waters and sky. It is also popular for its cuisine of pastizii and fried rabbit dishes thus refreshing the palette of the visitors.
Mellieha, Malta, European Union by andrea castell
Along the northern water front is this little town which hosts the upper classes of Malta proudly. A pulsating nightlife, shopping, fancy restaurants and all other means of the modern person can be experienced in this once-quaint, sleepy town. Fancy rich resorts and exotic eating joints mark their place in this little town and beckon every tourist to indulge in its luxury. One could opt to spend the entire period of the holiday in one of these resorts and visit other islands and towns as per convenience using the ferry.
Sliema, Malta, European Union by Simon