Valletta, the smallest capital of EU

Article of Sara B. and Eva B. Valletta, the Capital City of Malta Valletta can be considered the Capital City and the heart of Malta and it is a place where every traveller should go if he is going to spend some time on the island. The town is the smallest capital city in the European Union and it offers some examples of stunning architecture. … Continua a leggere Valletta, the smallest capital of EU

Internship in Malta: “a successful presentation”

Article of Lorena W. and Magdalena L. On the 16th of May, Manuela and Joseph of Internship in Malta, gave a presentation about their company and our project. Some students from a school in Prague in Czech Republic were visiting the Council and they wanted to have some information’s. At first Manuela introduced herself, Joseph and us. Then she said something about the Erasmus+ Program. … Continua a leggere Internship in Malta: “a successful presentation”

Mdina: nowdays tourist attraction

Article of Lorena W. and Magdalena L. The history of Mdina, the Old Capital City of Malta The origins of Mdina go back a long way, at that time the hill was a good place to live. The Phoenicians built it as a fortress. The Romans built a wall around the city. In this time, the city was inhabited by nearly 1,000 people. After the … Continua a leggere Mdina: nowdays tourist attraction

All the beautiful gardens of Malta

Article of Lorena W. and Magdalena L. Argotti Gardens The gardens were originally the private gardens of Grandmaster Pinto and only became a botanical garden in 1805. Argotti Gardens and nowadays are used by the University of Malta for educational purposes. There are also known as il-Gotti and placed in Floriana. The garden is divided into 5 parts: South America North America South Africa Southern … Continua a leggere All the beautiful gardens of Malta

Food traditions and best events in Malta

Article of Lorena W. and Magdalena L. Birkirkara Police Station The Police Force of Malta is the police of the Republic of Malta. It is one of the oldest police forces in Europe. At present it owns 1732 police and 106 civil spot. The duties of the police are set out in the Criminal Code and the Police Law. The police are responsible for the … Continua a leggere Food traditions and best events in Malta

Malta, best places to visit

Article of Lorena W. and Magdalena L. Malta for tourists, students and business people Malta is very popular for students and business people, but especially for tourists. The tourism is important because Malta is an Island and they haven’t another source of income. Many Students are coming because it’s the home of all language travel. English is the second national language, so they come and … Continua a leggere Malta, best places to visit

What to know about Valletta, Malta

Article of Lorena W. and Magdalena L. Valletta, the heart of Malta The Capital city of Malta is Valetta. Valetta is located in the South-Eastern Region of Malta. It’s the southest capital of Europe. The historical city has a population of 6,444. One of the most concentrated historic areas in the world. This year, Valletta hosted the European Capital of Culture. The History of Valetta … Continua a leggere What to know about Valletta, Malta

Erasmus+ in Malta, presenting programmes

Article of Melanie S.   On Wednesday the 16th of May, Joseph Marquette, director of Internship in Malta, has given a PowerPoint presentation about the Erasmus+ programmes in Malta, in the local council of Birkirkara. At first, he and Emanuela Marianecci, Marketing Executive of the company, introduced us to some Czech students and welcomed everybody. Then it started the presentation and I thought there were … Continua a leggere Erasmus+ in Malta, presenting programmes

The ancient beauty of Mdina

More than 4000 years ago started the history of Mdina. Mdina has been called by different names over the past years. The name of the city has always been changing depending on who ruled the city. Some of the nobles families that ruled the city, were descendants of the Norman, Sicilian, and Spanish overlords, who made Mdina their home during the 12th century. Nowadays, Mdina … Continua a leggere The ancient beauty of Mdina

Maltese feasts and food traditions

Article of Melanie S. and June G. Birkirkara Police Station Even though Malta’s crime rate is quiet low, they have a police station in every town, even in villages. Because of hardly any work they close in the night. Thanks to Governor Sir Thomas Maitland in 1813 the Maltese Police Force has remained one of the oldest ones in Europe. The police have an important … Continua a leggere Maltese feasts and food traditions