he capital city of Malta and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Valletta, has so much to offer its residents and visitors. The capital was established in the 16th century, by the Knights of St John. Primarily it was known for its museums, churches and palaces, however, nowadays, it’s also becoming a hub for high-end entertainment such as boutique hotels, lounges, shopping and fine dining restaurants.
Many assume that living in Malta is a challenge, due to its size and way of life. But today, many expats are increasingly relocating to this Mediterranean island.
July, the weather is hot, drinks are cold, and the days are long. In the month of July, the island is packed with events, entertainment and activities to enjoy. During this month, you can find many open air events, including some of the largest music festivals throughout the year, including the most awaited, Isle of MTV.
When compared to the same period of 2018, Malta’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), increased by a significant 4.8% in the first three months of this year. According to DBRS’s report, such increase surpassed the growth of all the countries within the euro area.
Moving from a familiar environment to a different one often has a significant impact on a person. The initial one is often unpleasant. The common symptoms include nervousness, irritation and helplessness. However, culture shock is not a bad thing. Here is a highlight of its causes, benefits, and how to cope up.