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08 February 2015 No Comments

The popular Valletta Waterfront must rank as one of the best regeneration projects undertaken in Malta in recent years. The project started in 2002 and was completed by

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08 February 2015 6 Comments

Mdina

Once Malta’s busy capital, Mdina is now known as the ‘The Silent City’. This attraction cannot be missed. Those who’ve been there all comment on its staggering beauty and surreal serenity. Its nickname comes from the tranquil silence that falls on

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07 February 2015 1 Comment

Malta’s long-standing passion for bread-making is very much engrained in its history; for many cultures more than 2,000 years-old, this fascination is not uncommon in the slightest. In fact, on the contrary, it’s a strong symbolic gesture that is rather

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06 February 2015 1 Comment

Amateur and professional cyclists will no doubt be oiling their chains, taking deep breaths and getting out their best spandex outfits in preparation for Malta’s most-respected and anticipated cycling event this year. The Tour Ta’ Malta 21st edition commences

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06 February 2015 No Comments

I admit I am normally wary of heritage trails. The amount of walking between points of interest doesn’t seem to warrant the effort required to explore them – especially if the bits

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05 February 2015 1 Comment

 

In the years leading up to World War II the British sought to further fortify Malta. Defensive strategies at the time favoured the use of small pillboxes

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04 February 2015 1 Comment

The capital city is an excellent spectacle and one not to be missed if you’re in Malta. The beautiful sandstone is a striking sight even at a distance. Valletta’s distinctive fortified bastion walls can be seen a mile

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