Can you please describe your day in Malta visiting the hotels in Valletta and St Julian’s? On Tuesday we went to Valletta to visit the hotel Phoenicia while on Thursday we went to St. Julians to the hotel InterContinental, which we also liked to visit. […] Did you enjoy these visits and what were the most interesting aspects of this activity for … Continua a leggere Interview to Sena C.
Can you please describe your day in Malta visiting the Hotels in Valletta and St. Julian’s? On Tuesday we visited the Hotel Phenicia in Valletta, the hotel is very classic and very stylish, it has a british allure. In Fifties, Queen Elizabeth stayed here and visited their ballroom. On Thursday we visited the InterContinental Hotel in St.Julian’s, the hotel is very modern … Continua a leggere Interview to Michaela L.
Article of Sena C. and Michaela L. The history of Mdina, the Old Capital City of Malta Mdina was the former capital in Malta. Mdina is also called “the city of silence”. If you want to vacation in Malta, you should definitely go to Mdina. In Mdina live only 400 inhabitants. There is no car traffic in Mdina. When you are in Mdina you feel … Continua a leggere Mdina, the silent city
Article of Sena C. and Michaela L. Argotti Gardens The Argotti Garden is the botanical garden of Malta. He was a private family garden and therefore it was already known in 1805 as a public garden. The Argotti garden consists of part of the plague cemetery. This part is also called Garden of Silence. The Botanical Garden is called the Bastion Garden because it is … Continua a leggere The green gardens of Malta
Article of Sena C. and Michaela L. Birkirkara Police station Birkirkara has the largest police station in Malta. They even have a police museum that tells their story. You have your own website, where you can find all the information. For example how to protect yourself against burglars, how to defend yourself etc. The police are very nice and always helpful. Pastizzi Tasting: discovering Maltese food … Continua a leggere Pastizzi tasting in Birkirkara
Article of Sena C. and Michaela L. Malta for tourists, students and business people Malta is a very popular place for students and tourists because it is the only place in Europe where you can learn English well in the sun. It is an artistic and cultural country and is a nice place to visit, work and study. Malta Highlights and Best Places to Visit … Continua a leggere Malta for tourists, students and business
Article of Sena C. and Michaela L. Valletta, the heart of Malta Valletta is the capital city of Malta. Valletta is the smallest capital city of Europe. Malta is an independent country. The local language is Maltese and English. Maltese is a mixture of four languages, English, French, Arabic and Italian. Malta is artistic and cultural. The tourists are very important for the country. Maltese … Continua a leggere Valletta, the heart of Malta
Can you describe your day in Malta visiting the hotels in Valletta and St. Julian’s? On Tuesday we were picked up by the bus at the Birkirkara Local Council which brought us to the Hotel Phoenicia in Valletta. We had a guided tour to visit the Hotel. We stared at the lounge, afterwards he showed us the dining room and the ball room. … Continua a leggere Inteview to Eva B.
Can you please describe your day in Malta visiting the hotels in Valetta and St. Julian’s? Our bus took us to both of the luxury hotels in the evening, where we had a guided tour through both hotels. On Tuesday we visited the Phoenicia Hotel in Valetta. It is right next to the Tritons Fountain and near the bus station. We visited also the InterContinental … Continua a leggere Interview to Sara B.
Article of Eva B. and Sara B. Argotti Gardens: The Argotti Botanic Garden and Resource Centre in Floriana (Triq Sarria, II-Furjana) are always open from 8 AM to 3 PM except on Saturdays and Sundays. The different plant collections in the garden have a predominantly mediterranean climate focus. A section is dedicated to maltese flora where indigenous and endemic plants are present. Mall and St. … Continua a leggere Argotti, Barraca and St. Phillip gardens