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M Space

M Space (Oscar Zammit Street , Msida, Valletta) – located a short distance from Valletta’s historic district, this is a venue for the performing arts, with a variety of productions scheduled here. There is also an arts school on the premises (Masquerade Theatre Arts School) and even a casting agency responsible for booking local acting […]

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“Spirit of Malta” Catamaran

“Spirit of Malta” Catamaran (Sliema) – run by Captain Morgan Cruises, The “Spirit of Malta”, a large sailing catamaran, departs from Sliema daily (from June to September) at 10:30am. Built for cruising, it’s the best way to enjoy a relaxing day at sea, sailing to the most scenic bays in Malta, Gozo and Comino. It […]

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Traditional Maltese Boat Trip

Traditional Maltese Boat Trip – visitors can board local boats here, known as a Dghajsa (pronounced Die-sa), and get across Valletta’s water way in style. A&S Water Taxis provides this service. Visitors can email A&S for current rates & times: info@maltesewatertaxis.com

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Malta Jazz Festival

Malta Jazz Festival (Grand Harbour, Valletta) — the Malta Jazz Festival has helped raise the profile of jazz locally from a fringe festival to one of the most-awaited musical events in Malta’s artistic and cultural calendar. Running every July in the open-air setting of Ta’ Liesse – where the Grand Harbour bastions meet the sea […]

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Manoel Theatre

Manoel Theatre (115 Old Theatre Street, Valletta) — The Manoel Theatre, or Teatru Manoel as it is known in Maltese, is an architectural gem. Commissioned and personally funded by António Manoel de Vilhena, Grand Master of the Knights of Malta, the theatre was constructed in just ten months. Opened in 1732 with a performance of […]

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National Stadium

National Stadium (Ta’Qali, Hattard) – located 20 minutes west of Valletta, this is the national stadium of Malta, and is the home stadium of the country’s national football team. Located at a site which used to be a military airport during World War II, this stadium stages most Maltese Premier League and cup matches, as […]