Not everyone is in Malta for the same length of time, but whether you’re visiting our little island for a week or three months, it is definitely recommended that you learn at least a smidgen of Maltese to make your holiday more pleasurable. There are plenty of reasons why taking this route is a good … Continue reading Seven Essential Maltese Phrases You Need to Know
A Throwback to the Good Friday activities held across Malta and Gozo last weekend
‘A Throwback to the Good Friday activities held across Malta and Gozo last weekend. Such religious traditions are definitely worth seeing when visiting our islands’. Check our our weekly vlog showcasing the Good Friday activities around Malta and Gozo.
What’s on in Malta this January
Welcome to 2018, ladies and gentlemen! Now that we’ve had a few days’ break to recover from all the fun and frivolity that come with the festive season, this is as good a time as any to start filling our brand-new calendars with the first few events of the year. From photography and music to … Continue reading What’s on in Malta this January
7 Things that make us Maltese
As the 21st of September is rolling by, we want to celebrate the anniversary of our independence from the British rule, and more particularly, our uniqueness- there’s no other nation like us. Face it, you love us. From the way we wake you up at 6am with our church bells, to the random “IL-LAMPUKI!” or … Continue reading 7 Things that make us Maltese
9 Things to do in Malta this May
May’s finally here! With the summer so close you could almost feel the cool, soft sand between your un-tanned toes, you can expect an endless stream of events to fill your calendar and keep you pleasantly busy throughout the season. But who wants to wait that long? Not us! Here are 9 of our favourite picks … Continue reading 9 Things to do in Malta this May
The Craft Beer & Live Music Festival
Festival names are a curious affair. Some festivals have almost entirely cryptic names that delight the imagination, and could leave you guessing what the nature of the event is for hours unless you simply decide to look up more information. The Craft Beer & Live Music Festival is not one of those festivals. That’s not … Continue reading The Craft Beer & Live Music Festival
Irish Bars to Celebrate St Patrick’s Day at in Malta
In this age of political correctness, some people might think that celebrating St Patrick’s Day in Malta is more or less cultural appropriation. It’s not a Maltese tradition by any stretch of the imagination – so why do we hit the pubs year after year? There’s no easy way to answer this question. Well, actually … Continue reading Irish Bars to Celebrate St Patrick’s Day at in Malta
Get Fit for Charity with the Vodafone Malta Marathon 2017
It’s easy to get trapped into a routine with no exercise in it. It’s only February, and you might be one of the hundreds of people who already have new-year-resolution gym membership cards that are gathering dust. We’re not judging. Having to juggle between work and your busy life outside it can make you lose … Continue reading Get Fit for Charity with the Vodafone Malta Marathon 2017
It’s the Stuff of Snuff (Boxes) at Palazzo Falson
Historic snuff boxes exhibition at Palazzo Falson in Mdina - a perfect addition to a day trip to Malta's old capital.
Maltese Bands Releasing an Album in 2017
Maltese Bands releasing an album in 2017 - Maltese music scene, alternative music, local music
NYE Parties You Can’t Miss
New Year's Eve in Malta - what to do, where to go to celebrate the start of the New Year while in Malta.
New Year’s Eve: Valletta Style!
If you want to do New Year's Eve Maltese style on a national level, this is the way to do it.
A Maltese Christmas Checklist
If you’re in Malta and need to get into the Christmas spirit we’ve come up with a checklist for things to look out for during the Christmas season in Malta.
5 Christmas Treats You Definitely Need to Try in Malta
Popular Maltese Christmas Treats - treat yourself and your sweet tooth this Christmas season!
The Day Malta Became a Republic
Not many Maltese people would readily admit that we have too many public holidays, and let’s face it; why would we? Public holidays are great! Our island is home to the most holidays in the European Union, which we’re happy to count as a pretty substantial achievement. Besides, public holidays aren’t just fun, whimsical days … Continue reading The Day Malta Became a Republic
Christmassy Locations in Malta
If you’re dreaming of a white Christmas, you might initially be disappointed by what Malta has to offer this holiday season. Snow alone doesn’t make a good Christmas, though! In fact, we can say with confidence that Malta’s Christmas is one of the most exciting around. We even have the CNN backing our claims up, … Continue reading Christmassy Locations in Malta
How to Make Imbuljuta tal-Qastan
It’s official: Christmas is less than a month away. That means that we can we can talk about our favourite holiday without shame; when we want and for how long we want to. Scrooges of Malta, beware! Joking aside, it’s impossible to not get excited about Christmas and its traditions. Regardless of what the holiday … Continue reading How to Make Imbuljuta tal-Qastan
How to Survive a Day in Malta on the Cheap
If you had to ask us, we’d tell you that Malta’s living costs are generally pretty reasonable. We won’t make the argument that Malta is the cheapest country to live in or even have a holiday in, but we do firmly believe that it’s very possible to budget yourself when coming here, resulting in a … Continue reading How to Survive a Day in Malta on the Cheap
Living in Malta – What to expect
Malta has become increasingly popular with expats in recent years. A boom in the Gaming Industry as well as various other job opportunities have opened a new road for foreigners living on our island. The major part of our population speaks fluent English (it is an official language after all), cost of living is achingly … Continue reading Living in Malta – What to expect