07 July 2016 No Comments

The Farsons Beer Festival 2016 is taking place right here in Malta at the Ta’ Qali National Park between the 22nd July and 31st July 2016. Enjoy live music, comedy acts but most importantly: lots and lots of beer.

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04 July 2016 No Comments

Malta’s premier museum dedicated to the visual arts can hardly be compared to any of Europe’s great galleries both in terms of size and the variety of works on display.  This is quite natural

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20 June 2016 No Comments

A visit to Vittoriosa is a definite essential on any visit to Malta. The ancient city then known simply as Borgo or Il-Birgu (this last remains the preferred Maltese appellation) was already a thriving

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17 May 2016 1 Comment

Mosta’s parish church – the renowned Rotunda – is the reason most visitors to the islands make the obligatory stop in this busy commercial locality. The sheer size of this domed structure never fails to impress – it is

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27 April 2016 No Comments

Edwin John Victor Pasmore (1908-1988) was one of the major figures in the British art world of the second half of the 20th century. He is credited as one of the pioneers

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20 April 2016 No Comments

The Fortress Builders (or The Fortress Builders Fortifications Interpretation Centre to give it its full name) is one of the latest of a string of innovative cultural interpretation centres to be set up in

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30 March 2016 No Comments

Specialising specifically in Malta and Gozo holidays for many years; Chevron are experts at giving tailored choices to the islands of Malta and Gozo.

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16 February 2016 No Comments

Valletta’s Strait Street seems to have been planned with a purpose – central enough right next and running parallel to the city’s main Republic Street but discreet and sufficiently narrow in places as to be easily overlooked. One could

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20 January 2016 1 Comment

Carnival, as all other celebrations in the Maltese islands, is quite a big thing. As with other Christian cultures it is held in the week leading up and falling short of Ash Wednesday – a sort of last hedonistic

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06 January 2016 No Comments

The festa season in Malta all but closes down in October. Only a couple of feasts are held after the end of summer – the last major one being Bormla’s Immaculate Conception, celebrated right at the tail end of

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