Malta is located in the Mediterranean Sea between Sicily and Tunisia, which accounts for the year-round glorious weather. Malta’s currency is the Euro. Malta was a British colony between 1801 and 1964, leading to the anglicisation of its civil administration, parliamentary procedures, law enforcement and justice system. Its two official languages are Maltese and English, and many people are bilingual. The islands are safe, with a very low crime rate.
Six thousand years of dramatic history has left traces on Malta: impressive buildings including some of the earliest free standing buildings in the world, a system of tracks in the ground that still puzzle archaeologists today and museumscontaining valuable treasures. There are many restaurants and entertainment venues and life takes place mainly outdoors during the spring and summer months. Whether you are drawn to Malta for its ancient culture or you just want to relax, Malta is an enticing