Malta is the 10th smallest country in the world, yet it inhabits a plethora of attractive destinations that are heterogeneous in their own ways. This maybe one reason that makes Malta world's 5th most densely populated country.
Malta possesses a rich Christian legacy with a majority of people being Catholic. It claims of three UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a multitude of monumental wonders.
Its medieval villages and towns consist of some great museums, markets, old structures and of course, churches.
The Silent City of Mdina
Cloistered with walls, yet elevated to the scenic hills to visionize the sea, tags Mdina as a silent city.
Being the ancient capital of Malta, it has a fine amalgamation of beautiful museums, picturesque streetscape as well as chilled out cafeterias.
Comino is renowned for its eerie underwater dives other than wind-surfing, snorkeling, etc. It falls between the islands Malta and Gozo (the sister islands), and is almost uninhabited, yes, not even a car!
One of the most massive churches in Malta is the Mosta Dome. One can only marvel at its enthralling beauty and the phenomenal structure that it is.
The Citadel has its origin since the medieval era and stands as the most distinguished monument of the island, Gozo.
The enormous fortifications of Citadel are wonderful and if you happen to walk on the top of the wall, you will be taken aback with a mind-blowing 360 degree vista.
Ta’ Pinu is one of the selective shrines that shouldn’t be missed for its serene beauty and a heavenly vibe.
This tiny fishing village of Malta is acclaimed for the daily markets of the finest fish available here. You can relax with a walk beside the coast or swim your heart out.
St. Paul's Pro Cathedral
The prominent feature of the Cathedral is its dome, that serves as a muse to worldwide artists. The renowned artist Mattia Preti’s works are worth a watch at this marvelous place.
The Grand Harbour
During the ancient period, the harbor was often used as a refuge, but with the tremendous development like the wharves and docks in the recent years, it surely deserves the attention of the world.