Established in 1987 and acting as Malta’s main Tourism and Hospitality educational institution, the Institute of Tourism Studies (ITS) offers a vast selection of programmes taught by dedicated lecturers, and in a newly relocated campus in Ħal Luqa which offers multiple specialised labs and kitchens to assure that students receive the essential theoretical and practical education required.
When in Malta, it is good to be aware of the feasts, events and festivals happening around you. These are usually a great insight to the country’s culture, tradition and way of living. Finding something to do in Malta, is rarely a problem, as there is usually something happening everyday in Malta, especially this year, due to the Valletta 2018 programme. This week there are not many feasts to celebrate, however, there is a large number of local events happening from today until the end of the week. In this article you will find out that, this week, you can find an event to satisfy everyone’s taste.
An event packed week in Malta The Three Palaces Concert that commenced last week, is still on going and will remain until the 12th of November. This week there are not many feasts to attend, however, there are ample events worth mentioning.
A unique approach for visiting one of Malta’s most beautiful historical building. The event will be seven days long and it highlights some of the most talented classical music composers and musicians. The event will commence on the 2nd of November and is now the sixth consecutive year for this successful event. The venue hosting the event will be The National Museum of Archaeology in Valletta.
Last week was a huge success with the Rolex Middle Sea Race. This week, the main event is unique and delicious! We will section the rest of this article with the top traditional feasts and events you can attend and five of the most visited articles last week. Have a look and keep updated with what’s happening this week in the Maltese Islands.