While you decide that Malta would be your next holiday destination, try to plan your itinerary carefully to make the most out of it. Malta is an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea near Italy and Africa with amazing scenery and hidden tourist spots. Since the whole cluster of islands is full of treasures, it is impossible to enjoy all the spots in one visit. Check out the popular options and decide on them according to your preference. Some people might be into spending a relaxing vacation with exciting nightlife while some might love to explore the cultural and historical sites.
Places You Want To Visit In Malta
There are some important cities you cannot miss while travelling to Malta –
The most concentrated historical sites in the world or the capital city, in whatever name you call Valletta, has a special structure – grid layout. Many historical buildings still stand tall to date. It looks quite harmonious in the contemporary setting. You won’t find extreme tourist traffic in this area, but visiting the capital still shows many things about the country and its culture.
- St. Julian’s
In the north of Valletta, along the coast of Malta island lies St. Julian’s. It is famous for its flourishing nightlife and various tourist activities. It has several luxury hotels, nightclubs, and trendy restaurants. You can say Paceville is a centre of such establishments.
Paceville Malta hotels accommodate guests pouring in from all around the world. Among them, be.HOTEL is the first choice of business travellers and young tourists. You can easily explore the famous tourist spots within walking distance from the hotel like St. George’s Bay, a blue flag beach. You can directly reach this hotel at Bay Street Shopping Complex from the Malta International Airport with a bus or a taxi. You would get excellent concierge services here.
It could not be more wonderful than an ancient city on a hilltop overlooking all the sides of the island. Before Valletta, it was the capital city of Malta. You would be surprised by the marvellous architecture of Mdina. It mainly has big palaces and houses in the Baroque and Norman style of architecture.
The open-air market and Sunday fish market here are quite famous. It is a great place for photoshoots with lined up colourfully-painted boats with peculiar ‘eyes’ or Luzzus. You can experience the original Maltese lifestyle. You can try out various water sports and activities like snorkelling, diving, or jumping down into the pool from the cliff. You can even sunbathe here on the natural limestone ledges.
You would see the most beautiful and frequented beaches of Malta here.
Take Precautions While Travelling
In normal circumstances, we make enough preparations so that we don’t fall into trouble while travelling. As for now, we haven’t yet fully recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic. Wherever you travel, check the updated regulations and restrictions of that place.
You should also take basic preventive measures and stop spreading the contamination. The hotel where you are planning to stay should abide by the rules and regulations of the local government. When you travel safe, you keep others safe.