Things to do in Malta: sweet winter holidays
is famous for its warm summer sun and everything related to the surrounding
Mediterranean blue sea such as water sports and scuba diving. As a result,
groups of tourists visit the Maltese islands from May to September to sit
back, relax and enjoy the summer sun. Therefore, a visit to the island during
its winter months can turn out to be a quieter, quieter and perhaps more rewarding
holiday in Malta.
As the winters of Malta are fairly mild, this allows the hills
to be greener. People can enjoy the countryside by walking, walking or cycling,
activities that are often difficult in the warm summer months. Rural roads
have been the focus of many tourists visiting Malta, and for this reason,
they created a special guide for tourists wishing to explore the tranquility
of the countryside on the island is to provide advice throughout the countryside
and the city.
Meanwhile, enjoying the spectacular culture of Malta would
be ideal because ancient villages and monuments are less occupied by tourists,
and the temperature is cooler. The oldest and most impressive structure is
a prehistoric temple, the largest temple in Qrendi (a | Qim and Mnajdra are),
Tarxien (Temples of Tarxien) and Gozo (Ggantija Temple). Closed in c.5000BC,
the temple is actually older than the Egyptian pyramids! A must see.
Because Malta is so small, transport is often unnecessary
and people can see all or almost the city or city on foot. La Valette and
Mdina, for example, are incredible places to visit. While walking, one can
appreciate the historic buildings and different characters of each city. Valletta
contains within its walls, the Palace of the Grand Master, Auberge de Castille,
San Juan, National Archaeological Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Malta National
Theater (Manoel Theater) and a number of other historical buildings, not to
mention one of Malta's trade routes, all within walking distance of each other.
Mdina not less fascinating. Mdina itself is known as the "Silent
City" and contains a series of narrow, winding roads where cars should
not pass. Walking through the ancient capital allows appreciation of the historic
building, the opportunity to dine at many of Malta's finest restaurants and
cafes, as well as spectacular views of the island's fortress.
With regard to indoor activities, some museums in Malta ranging
from archeology to classic cars will definitely keep someone busy for a few
days. In addition, theatrical scenes take place throughout the year with a
selection of classical concerts, operas, plays, musicals, and comedies. In
fact, it has become popular to enjoy and enjoy aperitifs and a bottle of wine
at a local wine bar after an exhibition at theaters in Malta. Winning and
dining in Malta, of course, is not limited to such a wine bar and includes
different types of food distributed in all parts of the island, the largest
of which is Mediterranean cuisine.
When you just want to relax, some spas on the island offer
the perfect harmony of tranquility and well-being, to release you from the
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