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Top 5 Conference Centers in Malta – Impress Your Guests!

Top 5 Conference Centers in Malta – Impress Your Guests!

As international trade and cross border business grows, the need for high quality conference centers across Europe is higher now than ever before. Whether you are looking for a small, medium, or large-sized function space, Malta is a country with a number of different venues able to meet your demands.

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2018 Malta Events Calendar

2018 Malta Events Calendar

What is happening this in Malta events calender this year? As you might have read in from our history and culture articles, Malta has a vast variety of events for you to enjoy.

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Reasons Why You Should Host Your Event in Malta

Reasons Why You Should Host Your Event 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.

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Benefits of a Destination Management Company for Events

Benefits of a Destination Management Company for Events

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.

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Top 10 Exclusive Event Venues in Malta

Top 10 Exclusive Event Venues in Malta

Malta is an amazing place and many tourists visit this historical and beautiful Mediterranean island every year for a great holiday, but the islands are also an excellent destination to host many types of events. With a long history of hosting and accommodating guests from St. Paul to presidents, and small groups to high-powered EU conferences as well as weddings, Malta has plenty of venues and expertise for any size of formal or informal event.

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Malta Events – Most Dazzling & Unique

Malta Events – Most Dazzling & Unique

Malta sits deep in the Mediterranean, a small island boasting a rich heritage and a stunning array of traditional events and festivals – in fact, a celebration can be found almost every week! The wide range of Malta events have something to offer everyone.

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Experience Some of the Best Views in Malta

Experience Some of the Best Views in Malta

From the coastline to the countryside, Malta offers some stunning views. Malta is surrounded by beautiful scenery, with breath-taking horizons to be enjoyed, be it the sunset over the Mediterranean Ocean, to the stunning views upon the island of Gozo. 

Explore The Top 5 Natural Attractions In Malta

Explore The Top 5 Natural Attractions In Malta

Even though Malta does not have forests, rivers or lakes, the island is home to some of the most spectacular natural wonders around the world. With so many natural caves, cliffs and rock formations you can hardly ever run out of things to do. Such natural attractions are not only found on the island but also extend underwater, providing snorkels and diver with unique diving experiences.

Discover Malta by Visiting these 5 Hidden Gems!

Discover Malta by Visiting these 5 Hidden Gems!

Are you planning to visit Malta this year? We’re glad to let you know you’re in for many beautiful surprises. The thing about this island is that even though there are dozens of interesting things to see, the really precious ones are often located off the main path and away from the touristic crowds.

Malta and Gozo – The Ultimate Comparison

Malta and Gozo – The Ultimate Comparison

Malta and Gozo both form part of an archipelago nation in the Mediterranean sea. Malta is the largest island, the seat of government and is home to the bulk of the total population of around 450,000. Gozo is much smaller in every sense, being around 67 square kilometres and home to around 32,000 people. The only other inhabited island in the archipelago is Comino.