Hagar Qim is a megalithic temple complex, which is located on Malta. The still very well conserved monument is part of the UNESCO world heritage. In this special, we’ll explain why visiting Hagar Qim is well worth it. You can find more content about Malta on our island page! Malta has several cities and monuments worth exploring. For example, we very much enjoyed visiting Valletta as well as Mdina and Rabat. If you are… Read More
Transportation in Malta is very convenient as there is an extensive bus network. Interestingly, there are no trains at all on Malta, which is rare. Yet, there’s a ferry connection and more. Learn all you need to know about transportation in Malta in this guide. You can find more content about Malta on our city page! Since 1931, there is no railway on Malta at all. Back then, there was an operating… Read More
Club La Valette Malta is the name of the only airport lounge on the whole island (and in the whole country). This is hardly surprising taking into account how small the Luqa Airport in particular and Malta in general are. Learn in this review what to expect of the Club La Valette Malta! You can find more content about Malta on our island page! Before departing with Emirates to Cyprus, we decided… Read More
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Hilton Malta was our choice for a four night stay in December. While we were generally satisfied, there was one major downside of our stay. Read more about it in our extensive hotel review. Hilton Malta offered a great deal for a four night stay in December, especially considering I get some nice benefits as a HH Diamond member. Thus, I went ahead and booked a winter getaway. Classification: Five Stars Room Category:… Read More
Running on Malta was a really enjoyable experience. As a regular reader, you are aware of me liking running on islands like Tenerife or Gran Canaria. While different, Malta is also great for running! I’ll have two different installments about running in Malta as the island is quite diverse, allowing for more than just one guide. Both times I started at Hilton Malta. This first post features a run to the West… Read More
Mdina on Malta is also known as “the silent city”. Its history dates back about 4000 years. Once capital of Malta, the medieval city with just about 230 inhabitants, has kept most of its charm. During different times Mdina has according to its rulers been referred to in various ways. One of the names which still describe Mdina very well was: Citta Notabile (in English: the noble city). The name says it… Read More
Valletta is the capital of Malta and is Europe’s southernmost capital. The historic city is a masterpiece of baroque architecture and proudly considered a World Heritage City. You can find more content about Malta on our island page! The city was build as a fortress to protect Christendom and is among the first of European cities to be constructed as a grid system. Build by the Knights of St. John in the… Read More