Visit Malta: A small yet mighty melting pot of culture and history
Visit Malta and let yourself be enchanted by its otherworldly landscapes, fascinating history and meandering streets of its memorable towns and villages. An ideal setting for activity holidays and cultural tours, the delights of Malta will be waiting after you’ve played engaging games of Bridge in the company of likeminded people. Situated in the heart of the glorious Mediterranean Sea, the size of this island country makes it easy to explore in full and its vibrant capital of Valletta was named the 2018 European Capital of Culture.
- Visa - Not required
- Currency - The currency in Malta is the Maltese Lira (MTL)
- How to dress - There is no dress code as such, however it is advisable to dress conservatively if visiting religious areas.
- Cultural Differences - Religion and folklore plays a large part in Maltese culture. The major religion in Malta is catholic. Maltese culture has been heavily influenced by foreign invasion over many years from the Ancient Phoenicians to the Arabs in 870AD
- Language - The official languages of Malta are Maltese and English
- Tipping - Tipping is customary in Malta. A tip of between 5% - 10% is common where good service has been provided