VISIT MALTA AT LONDON ART FAIR 2023
Only a short three-hour flight away from the UK; city breakers can enjoy a trip to Valletta; The Sunniest City in Europe, families can experience adventure holidays and history enthusiasts can discover 7000 years of history across the Maltese Islands. All the while basking in over 300 days of sunshine a year.
Valletta; The Sunniest City in Europe
The UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world; there are over 320 historical monuments to be found in Valletta alone. Muza and Casa Rocca Piccola are two top spots for those looking to explore artwork collections in Valletta and not to be missed is the only signed Caravaggio which is located at St Johns Co-Cathedral.
The city boasts stunning boutique hotels; perfect for visitors wanting to stay in luxurious accommodation with a quirky edge. City breakers can enjoy waterfront alfresco dining overlooking the Grand Harbour whilst tasting an array of sea-food caught from the Mediterranean Sea accompanied by a glass of Maltese wine.
Travellers can wander through elegant winding streets and explore the city at their own pace.
Home to the oldest structures in the world
History buffs can discover over 7,000 years of history. The Islands’ scenery and architecture provide a spectacular backdrop to explore megaliths, medieval dungeons and ancient cities; the destination is positively mythic. There are three UNESCO World Heritage sites found on the Maltese Islands; the Megalithic Temples, the Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum and the City of Valletta. The Megalithic Ġgantija Temples were created 1,000 years before the Egyptian Pyramids and is the oldest free-standing structure in the world.
Calling all adventure enthusiasts
The sparkling Mediterranean-Sea offers a tranquil environment for snorkelling, kayaking and swimming; whilst the topographical island landscape encourages rock-climbing, mountain-biking and horse-rising.
Malta, Gozo and Comino offer an array of unique diving experiences with an abundance of stunning reefs, natural caves and WW2 wrecks to explore.
Do come and meet the VisitMalta team at the London Art Fair where you can find out more on what Malta has to offer for your next holiday.