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Malta provides a distinctive fusion of historical legacy and natural wonders with its rich history, breathtaking architecture, and crystal-clear waters. Admire the majestic cathedrals, fortress walls, and palaces that embellish this mediaeval city. Visit St. John's Co-Cathedral, known for its elaborate Baroque design and works by Caravaggio. 
Discover beautiful cafes, specialty stores and undiscovered architectural treasures by taking a leisurely stroll through the winding streets. The timeless splendor of Valletta will take you back in time.
Mdina - The Silent City: Visit Mdina, a walled mediaeval city also known as the Silent City, and travel back in time. Explore its winding lanes and alleyways, which are lined with limestone structures and charming courtyards. Examine the magnificent interior of the massive Mdina Cathedral. Enjoy breath-taking views of the surrounding countryside from the city walls. The city's ethereal atmosphere is even more alluring when the sun sets.
The Megalithic Temples - Ancient Treasures: These prehistoric buildings are some of the oldest freestanding stone buildings in the world, dating from 3600–2500 BCE. Discover the Gantija Temples on the island of Gozo and be amazed by the enormous stone blocks that our forefathers painstakingly chiseled and assembled.
Blue Grotto and Comino - Natural Wonders: Admire the clean waters and the captivating interaction of light with the cave walls. Immerse yourself in the stunning natural surroundings by swimming or snorkelling in the clear Mediterranean waters. Continue on to the island of Comino, a quiet haven renowned for its immaculate beaches, including the well-known Blue Lagoon.
Maltese Cuisine and Village Life: Enjoy the delicious fusion of Mediterranean and North African flavors that characterizes Maltese cuisine. Enjoy regional specialties including rabbit stew, ftira (traditional Maltese bread), and pastizzi (flaky pastries filled with ricotta or mushy peas). Visit regional markets and take in the lively atmosphere as fisherman sell their daily catch, like in the Marsaxlokk Fish Market.
Best Time To Visit Malta: Malta is most enjoyable to visit in the spring, from April to June, or in the autumn, from September to October, when the temperature is temperate.