The Lascaris War Rooms in Valletta are something exeptional, unique and an absolute must-see attraction to get a better understanding of Malta’s history and its vital role during the WWII.
Forget Stonehenge, this is the real deal! 🙂 One of Malta’s UNESCO Heritage Sites, Hagar Qim and Mnajdra Temples will leave you in astonishment.
Since Valletta is the European Capital of Culture 2018 I thought it would be great to remind ourselves of all the beautiful sites that one can visit in Malta’s capital city. Starting with the Grandmaster’s Palace!
Let’s visit Malta’s only Classic Car Museum in Qawra! 🙂 Read more to find out what you can expect and look forward to at this popular tourist attraction!
Have you been to the National Library of Malta yet? Beautiful neoclassical building that’s a home to unique collections of books that once belonged to the Order of St. John and much more!
Can you believe that Malta was once home to deer, foxes, hippos or dwarf elephants? No? Visit Ghar Dalam Museum to see for yourself. It’s true! 🙂
The Xarolla Windmill in Zurriq is the only windmill on the Maltese Islands that is still functioning! Find out more about this unique historical site by reading this blog.
Have you ever wondered what the Maltese houses look from the inside? I always did! Casa Bernard in Rabat is a special one though! Guided tours done by the owners themselves!
Want to hide from the strong summer sun and get the best value for your money? Visit the Wignacourt Museum in Rabat and you will be pleasantly surprised with the extensive exhibitions.
When in Gozo make it a point to visit one of the few surviving windmills in Gozo – Ta’ Kola Windmill.