Culture & History In Malta
Find information about Maltese history and culture
With 7,000 years of history, colourful religious festivals and archaic cathedrals, Malta is home to a truly beautiful and immersive culture. Whether you’re thinking of making the move or you’ve already relocated, here are a few essential things to know about Maltese culture and lifestyle to help you feel at home.read more
Malta's public holidays 2019 represent important dates and annual events in Malta’s history. This years public holidays fall mostly during weekends. Malta bank holidays are to be observed as public holidays and it is by law that the National Flag of Malta is flown on...read more
Malta has an incredibly rich culture and history which is believed to date back to 5200BC. Many settlers have left their mark on the Islands over time, and the population has had cultural influences from Phoenicians, Romans, Greeks, Normans, Sicilians, Swabians,...read more
For more than three decades The Malta Experience has enthralled audiences with its audio-visual journey through the country’s 7000 year history. It’s now firmly established as the ‘first stop’ on a sightseeing tour of the islands because it gives visitors an enriched understanding of the historical locations they will visit.read more
There are seven megalithic temples on the islands of Gozo and Malta, each individually discovered and developed. On Gozo are two very large Bronze Age structures, which are called the temples of Ggantija. The temples of Mnajdra, Hagar Qin and Tarxien can be found on Malta are unique because of the lack of resources that were available to the temple builders. Skorba and Ta’Hagrat are great examples of how temple building traditions were passed among generations on the island of Malta.read more
The Maltese Islands has a fascinating and ancient history and the legacy includes three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Valetta, the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, and the Megalithic Temples.read more
Towards the end of 2012, Valetta, the capital of Malta, was nominated as the 2018 European Capital of Culture by the European Union. In light of this, the Valletta 2018 foundation was set up to manage cultural events in Malta for the year.read more
Boutique Hotels are the new accommodation concept to hit the Maltese islands. Unlike their chain competitors, boutique hotels provide a unique and intimate atmosphere to their visitors. Travellers or even residents wanting something quieter than Malta, might want to look at boutique hotels in Gozo.
Malta is a truly magical place in the summer and given its strategic location in the heart of the Mediterranean, one of the best ways to fully experience the Maltese Islands is by yacht charter. In this article, you will discover some of the top destinations to visit with your yacht charter in Malta.
Malta is a beautiful and an ideal place to organise a business event or a conference, exhibition, meeting, or incentive. Found in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, Malta is often called the gateway between Europe and Africa.
As much as you may be a professional who understands what is required for each meeting that you are responsible for, the busy nature of your job makes it close to impossible to handle all details of some projects on your own. When the size of a meeting is substantial, there is limited time between events and sessions or you can also hinder your operations from having inadequate or lack of staff.
April 2019 is packed with events and feasts that you can attend. When visiting the feasts in Malta, you will get a first-hand experience of Malta’s traditions. Furthermore, this list of events and feasts ensures that you never run out of things to do, during your stay in Malta. Whether you are a tourist, expat or local, you can enjoy these exciting events this month.