115 The Strand, GZR 03 Gzira
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115 The Strand Hotel is a 3 star hotel. The Facility is 10 km from Malta city center. Proximity to Luqa (MLA) Airport is 6 km.While st...
Triq it-Turisti, Bugibba
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Bugibba Holiday Complex is a 3 star hotel. The Facility is 4 km from Malta city center. Proximity to Luqa (MLA) Airport is 11 km.While...
Andrew Cunningham Street, Qawra, SPB - 08, Malta
Hotel Soreda is a 3 star hotel. The Facility is 5 km from Malta city center. Proximity to Luqa (MLA) Airport is 11 km.While staying at...
Malta is the largest island in the Maltese archipelago. It is situated right in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea and near Libya and Italy. Malta is an all-year round tourist destination because of its hot to cool climate. If you don't want to get scorched by the summer heat, avoid booking a cheap hotel between July and September. Book cheap hotels online to get the best deals in hotels.
The history of Malta dates back around 4,500 years BC when some tribes from Sicily decided to cross the waters to check out the island. These tribes stayed in the caves of Malta including Ghar-Dalam or also called the “Cave of Darkness”, which is the earliest cave inhabited in Malta.
Events, Landmarks, Activities
The month of February is a great time to visit Malta because of the annual Carnival. The island gets packed with thousands of people waiting to see the colorful floats, flamboyant costumes, spectacular entertainment and join the endless parties. The most touristic area in Malta is Valletta where you can find many wonderful attractions including St. Johns Co-Cathedral, Our Lady of Victories Church, Auberge de Castille, Magisterial Palace, Manoel Theatre and the National Museum of Fine Arts.
Buses are used by many locals to travel all over the island. Those who want to visit Gozo and Comino can take the regular ferry at Valletta. There is also a sea plane that travels from Valletta's Grand Harbour to Gozo's Mgarr Harbour. You can also rent “dghajsa boats” (water taxis) at the Grand Harbour to reach other islands.