This time I’m going to take you on a tour around the oldest palazzo that’s open to public in Mdina. Parts of this building date back to the
Lately I’ve invested a lot of time in exploring Malta’s parks and gardens. I’ve visited a great number of them and I’m going to give you the TOP10!
Salina National Park also known as Kennedy Grove or Melita Gardens is definitely a place to be this winter! Why? Well there is a good number of reasons. I’ve
Malta might not have as many green areas as one would wish for, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t any! Buskett Gardens is actually Malta’s only woodland.
Many people say that Malta’s winter is like another spring. The countryside is just beautifully green and the weather is moderate, which makes it ideal for trekking and
Terramaxka is an important part of Maltese folklore. It was a popular feature in town squares in Malta towards the end of the 19th century. It was also
Welcome to Villa Bologna! This is a privately owned 18th century villa in which the successors of the family that built it in 1745 still live in. Private
Villa Bologna and its gardens are located in close proximity of San Anton Gardens in Attard. This beautiful private villa (still lived in) and gorgeous gardens are open
Don’t be deceived by Manoel Theatre’s plain facade. The interior is absolutely gorgeous! It reminds me a bit of St John’s Co-Cathedral, looks like nothing from the outside,
Valletta, the European Capital of Culture 2018 and UNESCO World Heritage site, is a tourist must-see city in Malta. There is a lot to explore and Valletta Commonwealth