Malta is becoming more and more renowned across the world for its many magnificent places to visit. Apart from that, it offers an excellent business environment and high quality of life. You don’t have to just take our word for it, National Geographic also recommended Valletta, Malta as one of the 20 destinations in their Traveler list of 20 ‘must see places’, featuring the top holiday destinations in the world. The list consists of some of the most beautiful places in the globe, including, Ney York, Bermuda and Seychelles.
The town of St Julian’s, situated close to Sliema, another hot-spot on the north coast of Malta, has plenty to offer in the way of nightlife, excellent hotels, fine dining, beautiful beaches, an abundance of history and spectacular views. Following are five good reasons why you should move to move to St Julian’s
Malta is one of the top tourist destinations in Europe, particularly in the summer. St Julian's is a seaside town best known for its entertainment sector and a stretch with a promenade featuring various restaurants. There are many reasons why to visit and move to St. Julian's but these are our top things to do in St Julian's, Malta.
Valletta is more than just a Mediterranean capital city. The principal city of the stunning island of Malta is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and even knowing the status doesn’t stop visitors from being charmed by the surprises around every corner. The city attracts thousands of visitors every year but what about the residents who call it home? What is living in Valletta like?
If you're interested in architecture, you'll find plenty of reasons why you should move to Valletta. The capital is full of glorious historical buildings, untouched by the ugly modernity you might find elsewhere. There are incredible palaces, stunning gardens, 25 beautiful churches, and the definite highlight: St John's Co-Cathedral, built by the Knights of St John in the 16th century.
Sliema started out as a tiny fishing village but developed into a small town during the 18th and 20th century and become the home to many wealthy British settlers. It is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in Malta, with its 10km promenade that runs along the north eastern coastline, It is a key commercial district. Although it is famed for its shopping and exquisite café’s and restaurants there is much more to see and do. Here we will discuss the top 10 things to do in Sliema.