By Jasmine McGee

Want to immerse yourself in the heart of the Mediterranean? Then look no further than the sublime beauty of the Republic of Malta.  With over 7000 years of history, Malta and the Maltese Islands are a remarkable open-air museum waiting to be explored.

You’ll be anxious to explore crystal blue water, the ancient architecture, and aroma of the Mediterranean, but the first step will be getting there. But fret not; Malta International Airport (MLA) is located conveniently in Luqa (a quaint village in southeast Malta.) The airport is the only airport in Malta and the Maltese Archipelago, so let help you book your trip. Click here ( to begin booking your trip to the Republic of Malta. Yet a trip isn’t complete without accommodations. Malta has a wide variety of accommodations that range from five-star hotels, apartment rentals, farmhouses, guesthouses, villas, and even host families. Where you decide to stay is entirely up to you and your personal taste, but click the following link ( and allow help you find the right accommodations.

Once you’ve arrived, the beauty of Malta and the Maltese Islands will mesmerize you. As your plane descends toward Malta, you’ll realize why the call the area an “open-air museum.” The rich history of Malta and the Maltese people is evident from the vibrant history that is paved within the architecture and landscape. You’ll immediately want to get checked into your accommodations and then head towards some of the islands historical sites. If you want a more organized adventure and history lesson, then be sure to checkout The Malta Experience. For a fee, tourists can discover the island and Maltese history in an engaging, educational, and entertaining guided tour.

Perhaps you’re an adventurous individual. If so, then recommends you go an exciting expedition of the islands historical landmarks. The Republic of Malta is home to a lot of rich history, including The Megalithic Temples & Ggantija, the world’s oldest freestanding temple. The temples are some of the world’s oldest religious structures (more than 5500 years old.) But the history doesn’t stop there. Malta also has other noteworthy historic sites worth visiting such as: Fort St Angelo, St. Agatha’s catacombs, Mtarfa ex-British Military buildings, St. Paul’s catacombs, and Fort Rinella, a site that is home to the world’s largest canon.

Valletta, the capital city of Malta, has some great history and culture too. If you’re still bitten by the history bug, then pay a visit to The Museum of Archaeology.  The museum houses an impressive collection of prehistoric artifacts that represent Maltese and Mediterranean history. You might even want to head over to The Museum of Roman Antiquities and explore the medieval city of Mdina.

After immersing yourself in the rich history of Malta, you’ll surely want to experience the best part of your vacation, relaxing on the beach. The beaches and bays of Malta are calling your name. Whether you want to windsurf or simply lounge out on the beach, Malta has a variety of beaches to suit your relaxation needs. The island has major beaches such as Mellieha Bay, Ghakn Tuffieha, and Golden Bay. Those beaches are perfect for tourist seeking cafes and water sports, as well as some fun in the sun. Tourists in search of a more secluded scene might want to take a boat trip for a small fee and head out to Comino’s Blue Lagoon.  These smaller beaches and lagoons tend to have stunning views and majestic rocky shores.

One moment you can be water skiing, paraskiing, and enjoying fun rides, and then you can retreat to the red sandy beaches and daydream for hours. The Republic of Malta and the Maltese Islands has it all. From beaches to rich history, followed up by evenings of nightlife, clubs, restaurants, and shopping in unique towns and urban cosmopolitans, Malta is the place to be. If you’re ready to immerse yourself in the majestic history and stunning views of The Republic of Malta, then allow to help you book your trip to the heart of the Mediterranean; Malta awaits your arrival.


  • 1. Mdina Old City
  • 2. Malta Classic Car Collection Museum
  • 3. Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
  • 4. Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum
  • 5. Manoel Theatre
  • 6. Mnajdra Megalithic Temples
  • 7. Blue Lagoon Sea
  • 8. National War Museum
  • 9. Carmelite Priory Museum
  • 10. Upper Barrakka Gardens


  • 1. Carnival - February
  • 2. Mediterranean Food Festival - March
  • 3. Feast of San Grigor - March/April
  • 4. Malta International Fireworks Festival - April
  • 5. Summer Folk Festival - June
  • 6. Malta Arts Festival - July
  • 7. Malta Jazz Festival - July
  • 8. Victory Day - September
  • 9. Mediterranea Festival - October/November
  • 10. Christamas - December


Le Meridien St. Julians Hotel & Spa
39 Main Street, Balluta Bay, St Julians, Malta
By Abby Carney

Le Méridien St. Julians is located on the beautiful Balluta Bay seafront, just off the promenade, and the main shopping area of Sliema. The hotel is just 12 kilometers from Malta International Airport, and limousine service is bookable from the hotel for airport transfers. The area is breathtaking, and the hotel takes inspiration from its surroundings, giving rooms such details as balconies and terraces for all rooms. Nearby attractions include St. John’s Cathedral, the Dragonora Casino, and the Mediterranean Conference Centre.     

Rooms are contemporary and feature comfortable furniture and spacious bathrooms with separate showers and water closets. Rooming options include one king bed or two single beds. No matter which view your room overlooks, it is sure to be breathtaking, as your options are the sea, valley, or country fields. Executive rooms offer specialized services such as complimentary high speed internet access, large desk space, and complimentary breakfast, snacks, and pre-dinner drinks served in the Executive Lounge daily. Every room at Le Méridien features a sofa bed, hypoallergenic pillows, down comforters, rich fabrics, and rollaway beds. Televisions with in-room movies and DVD players will satisfy your entertainment needs, and the mini bar and 24-hour in room dining options will cater to your munching needs.

If you’re staying at Le Méridien, you should smile, because you are catered to here. The hotel features a tropical indoor pool (and outdoor pool available seasonally), several treatment rooms, sauna, Jacuzzi, and an ultra modern fitness center. In addition, there is a sun deck, steam bath/room, whirlpool, squash court, body scrubs and wraps, aerobic classes, and body massage (available in-room if you wish).

Checking out is a breeze, with express check out available, and a 24-hour multilingual front staff on hand to assist you. Concierge and luggage services are available to keep your things safe after checking out and/or prior to checking in. Make this little slice of paradise become a reality by checking out (   


Hilton Malta Hotel
Portomaso, St. Julians, Malta
By Lina Karaoglanova

Luxury? At the Hilton Malta Hotel you get nothing else. Location? The Hilton Malta Hotel couldn't be in a better spot, right by the sea and only 15 minutes from the capital city! Whether you choose to brave European roads yourself in a rental or opt for a taxi ride, you'll be at your final destination in less than half an hour after you leave Malta International Airport. If you happen to drive, the hotel provides free parking on site. Check in at 2 p.m. and check out at noon.

The Hilton Malta offers over a dozen luxury suite and room options - far too many to to even begin listing. All offer 32 inch LCD TVs, lavish marble bathrooms, and wireless internet connection. Many rooms also give visitors sweeping views of the Mediterranean.

The number of services and amenities will satisfy any guest.  To relax after a long flight, recommends you take a load off in the hotel's sauna and spa. You can also take a dip in one of the Hilton Malta's five outdoor pools. If you're looking for more adventure in the water, you have your pick of jet skiing, water skiing, windsurfing, snorkeling or scuba diving. Finally, the full service business center will also make it easy for any guest that needs to take care of business during their stay. Dining at the Hilton Malta is a no-brainer, there are so many options you simply can't go wrong. Five restaurants and three bars/lounges ensure that guests will be fully satiated at all times. simply can't find a single thing wrong with the Hilton Malta. Guests will be wined and dined, impressed by luxurious accommodations, and have enjoy plenty of fun activities during their stay. Let help you plan your dream vacation at the Hilton Malta Hotel by clicking (


Westin Dragonara Resort, Malta
St. Julians Bay, St. Julians, Malta
By Jessica Howell

Located in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, off the southern coast of Italy, the Republic of Malta is an intoxicatingly beautiful island with a rich culture and interesting history. invites you to travel to this amazing Ionian gem and stay at The Westin Dragonara Resort, Malta.

Guests are welcome to check into The Westin at 3 p.m. on the day of your arrival and check out is at 12 noon.  Everyone of the Westin’s 340 guest rooms offer guests spectacular vistas of the Mediterranean Sea from private balconies or terraces.  Wake up every morning to breathtaking views and feeling refreshed from a pleasant nights sleep in a signature Westin Heavenly Bed.  Sip on coffee or tea from your in-room coffee maker or dine on a delicious breakfast from the hotel’s 24-hour room service menu.  

The Westin Dragonara Resort also boasts a number of exceptional restaurants on premises.  The ORVM Lounge and Piano Bar cooks up international cuisine in a relaxed setting.  Palio’s Restaurant serves up casual family dining reflecting the Mediterranean culture of the island.  The Terrace restaurant also serves up casual family dining featuring local and international dishes.  And the Quadro Restaurant serves up fine dining in a romantic setting. All restaurants are complimentary for restaurant patrons and hotel guests.

Guests staying at the Westin, Malta will enjoy relaxing sun drenched days lounging by the pool or on the hotel’s private beach. The Westin also offers guests exciting activity options including scuba diving courses, speed boats, canoeing, jet skiing, para-kiting, sailing and much more!   

The Westin Dragonara Resort on the beautiful island of Malta is a one of a kind resort offering guests five-star service, exciting activities, and spectacular views. implores you to stray from the hackneyed tourist path and explore this Mediterranean paradise.  Click on the following link to book your vacation to this exotic destination today:  (