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The island nation of Malta has the most public holidays in the European Union. These hold both national and religious importance to Malta as they commemorate historical events, including the birth of the Church in Malta, the departure of Malta’s colonisers, Christianity in Malta and other significant moments.
Can’t decide where to go for Christmas yet? This blog post will be your guide to a selection of unmissable events taking place this Christmas.
Back to Blog Share this post The 38th edition of the Malta Book Festival will be held from Wednesday, the 23rd of November until Sunday, 27th November, in association with the National Book Council of Malta as well as the Malta Ministry of Education, Sport, Youth, Research and Innovation. This festival hosts both local and international authors and publishers and it is expected that
This year marks the 43rd edition of the Rolex Middle Sea Race. As in the past, the Race starts from the Grand Harbour in Valletta.
Not only does ESE (Malta) provide language courses, but also the opportunity to work in an English-speaking work environment, develop your English especially for work purposes, and improve your presentational and negotiating skills.
All travellers entering Malta will no longer be required to present COVID documentation upon arrival in the country,
As of today, 9 May 2022, travel into Malta will no longer be categorised into ‘red’ and ‘dark red’. Quarantine upon arrival has been removed.
Surprise! You may now travel to Malta without completing a dPLF, enter Malta regardless of vaccine status, and do not need to quarantine unless positive.