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In the heart of south Mediterranean, between Sicily and Libya, lies the tiny Malta archipelago. Of all the islands of Malta, only three are inhabited; Malta, Gozo and Comino. If you are searching for cheap air tickets to Malta, be prepared to face one of Mediterranean’s most beautiful aspects. The majestic beaches of Gozo, the medieval charm of Malta and its capital, Valletta and the exotic coasts of Comino, will all make you feel as if you’re somewhere far away from the known world. Start making your plans now, organise your accommodation in Malta and begin exploring a land of knights and castles, of the traditional and the cosmopolitan, the old and the new, the legend and reality!
The island of Malta is tiny and yet it has a population of 450,000; this is one of the world’s smallest and most densely populated countries! Situated in a strategic location in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, Malta just recently gained its independence from the United Kingdom, in 1964.
Malta’s capital, Valletta, is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, as are many more sights across the Maltese archipelago!
If you plan to go on holidays in Malta, you are about to encounter gigantic, monumental megalithic temples, ranked among the world’s top ones, see authentic medieval fortifications, architectural and historical landmarks and enjoy swimming in exotic beaches with azure waters and white sand.
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Malta’s international airport (Luqa/Valletta Airport) is located 5 kilometres southeast of Valletta. It’s accessible by buses (Express, 117, 188, 135, 201, N71 and N72 lines).
Getting around Malta
You can get around Malta mainly by bus or use the ferry network operating between Malta’s two ports. Fares start at 2.20€ and minimum taxi fare costs around 8.00€.
- Undoubtedly, Malta’s most important historical, archaeological and cultural spot are the Megalithic Temples! These are the world’s oldest open-air temples and can be found in several locations across Malta. Seven of them are designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites, located in Xagħra, Qrendi, Mġarr and Tarxien.
- Go to Mdina, Malta’s old capital, to see the city’s medieval fortifications and admire the Cathedral of St. Paul.
>Legends say that the cathedral was built on the exact location where St Paul swam to, right after his ship wrecked at the coasts of Malta.
- Malta owns a second cathedral, loved by the locals so much, that they named it Co-Cathedral; you’ll find the St. John’s Co-Cathedral in Valletta.
- In Rabat, highlight is the Domus Romana, a Roman house, serving as a museum with archaeological findings of the Roman era, from excavations held around that area.
- Don’t miss the Grand Master’s Palace, where the Knights of the Order of St. John used to hold their meetings. From there, you can take the ferry to Gozo, Malta’s neighbouring isle, the land of Ogygia according to Homer’s poets!
Finish your day in Malta with a long stroll across the renovated Valletta Waterfront, now lined with numerous bars, restaurants, cafes and boutiques.
Malta’s official languages are English and Maltese, but you will also hear German, French and a great deal of Italian.