One of the most exciting events in the Maltese calendar is finally here! Its Carnival Time! Colourful floats, marching bands, magnificent masks, vibrant costumes, delicious food – carnival time brings everyone together. Young and old alike take to the streets for one of the most colourful and popular festivals of the year!
Back to Blog Share this post Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on google Palazzo Falson Mdina – Series of talks about Maltese traditional Foodways Palazzo Falson www.palazzofalson.com in Mdina will be holding a series of four talks by Dr Noel Buttigieg, food historian and educator. The story telling of traditional …
As part of Valletta’s European Capital of Culture programme for 2018, this week marks the Valletta Film Festival!
Laetitia, our newest recruit to the ESE marketing department, all the way from the South of France no less, is a volunteer at the Valletta Film Festival and has graciously agreed to give us a daily report!
The European Day of Languages was first celebrated as part of the European Year of Languages in 2001 by the Council of Europe.
It is now celebrated every year in September and this year is no exception.
The European Day of Languages is an opportunity to celebrate and raise awareness about Europe’s multi-cultural diversity and the many languages spoken within Europe today.