Malta was one of heaviest bombed countries during WWII, being a strategic British military base between Europe and Africa. As […]
Malta’s strategic location and natural harbours in the center of the Mediterranean have attracted Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans, Crusaders, […]
Ggantija Temples in Gozo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are older than the pyramids in Egypt and date back to between […]
The smallest and southernmost capital city in Europe, Valletta is a UNESCO world heritage site and is one of the […]
In the center of Malta, on a plateau rising above the surrounding countryside, is the old walled capital of Mdina. […]
The three cities is the popular name given to three neighbourhoods that surround Vittoriosa Marina in the Grand Harbour. The […]
Malta is steeped in history – a history with a long tradition of Jewish presence. Jewish settlement on Malta can be traced back to Phoenician times, to approximately 900 BCE.
Victoria, or Rabat as it is called by the locals, is the capital city of Gozo. In the centre of […]