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Places of Interest in Malta
The St. John’s Co-Cathedral is a stunning example of Baroque architecture and should be at the top of your sightseeing itinerary for when you visit Malta’s capital city of Valletta.
St Paul’s Catacombs in Rabat are Roman burial grounds dating back to the 3rd century BC.
It is believed they were in use up until the 7th century AD.
Festivals and events in Malta
The Notte Bianca festival is a one-day event held annually every October and is one of the largest celebrations of arts and culture in Malta.
The Malta International Arts Festival is like a giant artistic hub offering audiences a cultural experience from around the world. Held in Valletta the arts
The Malta Jazz festival is an eclectic mix of the world’s best jazz talent fused with the obscure. The festival lasts for three days and
Carnival in Malta is a highly anticipated event locally. With a long period of preparations for performances, elaborate floats and planning, the excitement around carnival