When Albert Dimech recognised us, rather than introducing himself, he simply said: “Follow me.”
Dimech had asked the artist Leanne Wijnsma and me to meet him in the centre of Valletta, Malta’s capital city and the European capital for culture in 2018. Wijnsma had been commissioned by the Valletta 2018 foundation to create a piece of artwork about the city’s subterranean world, and Dimech was our point of contact… read more on The Guardian.
We’ve come up with 9 apps, ready for download, that will soon become a part of your daily life.
1. Maltese Dictionary (Android & iOS)
No matter how good your Maltese is, you’re going to run into a couple of words that you can’t quite understand, be it when talking to some older folks or reading something technical. This free app is the result of a collaboration between the Malta Communications Authority… read more on lovinmalta.com
Airbnb has redefined the meaning of home-away-from-home, and these Valletta properties take that new definition up more than a few notches.
The capital is the perfect place for visitors to stay in Malta. It’s packed with cultural activities, easily the best restaurants in Malta, and its transport links will take you whenever you need to go on the island.
So here’s a few beautiful places that are up for grabs in the city via Airbnb… read more on lovinmalta.com
Malta is one of fastest-growing economies in Europe, a report by the International Monetary Fund’s executive board has declared in a conclusion of its Article IV consultations.
The board said Malta had shown sound macroeconomic policies that had contributed to strong economic performance, robust job creation, low unemployment, and improved public finances… read more on Malta Today.
Remember when we asked you to vote for your favourite restaurants? Well, the results are now in. The Definitive(ly) Good Guide yesterday unveiled its 2017 restaurant compilation with an awards ceremony, shortlisting the 40 best restaurants in Malta.
And these are them… read more on lovingmalta.com
The Airbnb craze has taken the whole world by storm, and these last couple of months have seen some beautiful Maltese properties take center-stage.
While Valletta has some gorgeous Airbnbs (as is to be expected from the capital city), St. Julian’s is also bringing the heat when it comes to luxury homes-away-from-home. Here are seven properties that will have you reconsidering wherever you’re staying… read more on lovinmalta.com
Malta is the seventh-best European country for LGBT workers to live in, according to a study by French employment agency Expert Market.
The report writers reviewed various legal and social factors directly affecting the LGBT population, including non-discrimination legislation and policies, workplace legislation, fair housing measures for LGBT, tolerance indices, as well as several job-related indicators such as the unemployment rate, and the average monthly disposable income in reaching their conclusions.
Has your mind ever gone a-blank when a foreign friend visits and asks where the best place to get local food is? Yep – happens to all of us. Thankfully the public has voted for which Maltese restaurants they think are the best on the island.
We’ve hand picked six from the list so that next time you’ll be ready… read more on lovinmalta.com
For such a small place, there’s a lot that’s written online about Malta. We have scoured the internet for some of the best, and present below our top 10 list of the best top 10s.
We are really looking forward to welcoming you to The Follow the Entrepreneur Investor Summit, our 2 day event running 10th / 11th July. In the week running up to this Mediterranean showcase of “The Future of” Keynotes, Investor networking and Entrepreneurial match-making, we are preparing an exciting range of events, get togethers, and suggestions for great ways to spend a Summer holiday that genuinely mixes business with pleasure – enjoy!
Trip Advisor’s Top Ten Activities
The Telegraph’s Top 10 What to do in Malta
My Destinations Top Ten
AirMalta’s Top Ten Diving in Europe
Engel & Volkers Top Ten Blue Flag Beaches
Carmen’s Top Ten Luxury Hotels in Malta
FemaleFirst/Kelly Vero’s Malta Top Ten
AOL’s Top Ten Things to do in Malta
A Place in the Sun’s Top Ten Places to Live
National Geographic’s Malta Feature (It’s just the tops!)
Is Malta really that small? Yes. It’s 27km long and 14.5km wide, with 196.8km of coastline in Malta and 56.01km of coastline on Gozo. The islands cover a total of 316 km².
Without traffic (which is a problem from 7:30am – 9:00am and 5:00pm – 7:00pm) it shouldn’t take you more than 40 minutes to drive across the whole island… Read more, on lovinmalta.com