Unlike the last event-packed week, this week is a much more tranquil one. But this doesn’t mean you are going to be left with nothing to do whilst in Malta. Since there are not many feasts and events during the week days, we will be suggesting some of the top cities to visit if you are a foreigner in Malta and five articles that act as a guide to some of the most beautiful gems on the Maltese Islands.read more
This whole month is packed with entertainment and events! Last week, the Notte Bianca and Malta Tattoo Expo, were a great success and were enjoyed by thousands of people. This week, however, is no less exiting as we have some of the most exiting events displaying Malta’s traditions, culture and rich history.read more
All of us need a place that we can call home. Depending on your line of work, financial background, needs and wants, there is a variety of different accommodations for you to choose from. Maltese regulations, laws, and requirements apply depending on whether you plan a rental solution, buying a property or setting up a long-term real-estate investment. On the other hand, one has to keep in mind that the regulations may vary also by nationality, citizenship and residence-related details.read more
Commencing Thursday at 18.30hrs, the World Tourism Day is a beautiful event celebrated across the Maltese Islands. A series of events are organised, in which, Residents and foreigners get together and enjoy the benefits of tourism. This particular day highlights the importance that tourism holds in Malta, not only in an economic and financial context but also from a cultural perspective.read more
This week’s main event is the Autumn Equinox at Hagar Qim and Mnajdra in Qrendi. This consists of two tours and is usually a great success and is attended by many culture enthusiasts, tourists and locals. The event will be hosted by Heritage Malta taking place on Thursday and Friday. Entrance is at 5.30am and the number of people able to attend is limited.read more
To maintain its place at the forefront of the cryptocurrency sector, the University of Malta is to provide a €300,000 scholarship fund for students of blockchain and distributed ledger technology.read more
Moving to Malta has many advantages. The country uses English as an official language and is a member of the European Union. The Maltese Islands also offer abundant sunshine, favorable taxes, and a Mediterranean lifestyle.read more
These rustic residences, with some of the farmhouses being more than 400 years old, and many of which may be older, are located on the Gozo Island. They are a fascinating choice in comparison to the standard accommodation offered by hotel-types. Most country houses have a private pool, stylish décor, and modern comfort. In this article, we give you the ten best Gozo farmhouses you can find on Maltese Islands.read more
We will be focusing this week’s main event on an annual two-day festival that is done annually in Malta, always with a huge success. Glitch is an internationally recognised party done every year in Malta, in which many globally renowned talents come in one place to showcase some of their most popular hits. At the festival, the main themes of music are Techno and house, amazing line ups and unique decors. Start partying from the afternoon, through the night and until early hours with an amazing crowd and ambiance.read more
In 2009, a seismic shiver ran through the financial sector. The global financial crisis was more than just a practical disaster. On a psychological, philosophical, and ethical level, it exposed crippling uncertainties within the financial arena. Like a weed in the heart of the garden, the roots of this failure ran frighteningly deep.read more
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Virtual currencies, also known by the name crypto currencies, are an entirely digital form of money. They are unregulated by any financial authority, instead being entirely under the control of their developers. National and international banks do not oversee the use of virtual currencies, as there is no physical aspect to them, and they are therefore, not considered to be legal tender.
If you’re looking to do some shopping in Malta, then you’ll never be at a loss here. Valletta is a magnet for shoppers and our Valletta Shopping Experience will help you see all there is to discover in this beloved city.
A fun and exciting event for the whole family. The Qormi Wine Festival attracts thousands of locals and foreigners, that come together on these two days and celebrate Malta’s culture, history and traditions. On the night, you can find music, dancing, local talents and different types of food.
In recent months, Malta has attracted ample digital currency companies, so much, that its becoming renowned as, ‘blockchain island.’ Several large cryptocurrency companies decided to move or extend their operations to Malta, such companies like, Binance, Bet365 and OKEx.
This week, you will not find many events happening, when compared to last week. However, there are ample local feasts you can attend and discover. When you attend a Maltese feast, you do not only get to attend to a regular celebration, but you get a first-hand experience of Malta’s culture and traditions. A place where passion, dedication and creativity is intertwined with art and lights.
Signing up for a gym membership is definitely an investment in one’s own health. Thus, choosing the right gym from the numerous gyms found in Malta, can be tricky. With this list, we want to help make your life easier by giving you some information with regards to some of the best gyms in Malta.
Lately, there has been an increase in awareness with regards to the well being of one’s body, mind and soul. Our island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, offers a relaxing atmosphere on its own, with its warm climate, clear waters and light and breezy air. However, for that something extra, wellness retreats around the island will help you focus on your overall wellbeing.
This week is packed with events and feasts! Also, it is one of the most awaited weeks for the whole summer by locals and foreigners residing in Malta. In the article, you will find out why, especially the Maltese look forward for this week!