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  • Birgufest

    This event taking place in Birgu (also known as Vittoriosa), which is one of Malta’s oldest and most historic cities, has now become an annual national event. From inception the aim was to highlight Birgu’s historic and architectural beauty and the Birgu by Candlelight, now incorporated in Birgufest, was set up to highlight this in [...]

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  • Malta Folk Music Festival

    It is quite ironic that folk music, which was the music of the masses, became a musical undercurrent. Yet, through being an undercurrent, it has also helped to revive and strengthen many music styles and genres – from Brahms’ Hungarian Dances to John Barleycorn in Traffic and hundreds of other examples in between. In turn, [...]

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  • Holy Week And Easter In Malta

    The celebrations of Holy Week and Easter are of a religious character, taking place in churches where the faithful gather in large numbers to commemorate the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Holy Week commences on the Friday preceding Good Friday, when the statue of Our Lady of Sorrows is carried in a procession [...]

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  • Carnival in Malta & Gozo

    Carnival is celebrated throughout various localities around the islands but the most famous one is that held in Nadur, Gozo.  It is a completely different carnival where no rules apply.  It is a people’s carnival where the streets of Nadur are filled up with creatures wearing all types of costumes, most of which outrageous.  The [...]

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  • Christmas in Malta

    Christmas is very important to the people of Malta and its sister Island of Gozo. Most people on Malta are Catholics and go to a Midnight Mass Service. Usually the churches are full with people. In Maltese Happy/Merry Christmas is ‘Il-Milied it-Tajjeb’. Happy/Merry Christmas in lots more languages. The Churches are decorated with lights and [...]

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Cycling in Malta

Malta’s changing landscape offers unique opportunities to the cyclist. The landscape changes from sandy sea views, to rocky beaches, mild hills, Mediterranean rubble walls and country views. You’ll also be able to find a good number of shops that sell cycling and sports gear dotted around the island. Cycling for pleasure and fitness in the [...]

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