Budget Lodging, Food and Transport in Malta

by R. Carnavale September 29th, 2016
Malta is one of Europe's better destinations for budget travelers, and the country has a good number of inexpensive accommodations and restaurants. Given how small the place is, affordable transportation by bus and bike rental is easy to come by.

Hostels are a
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Enjoying Malta with Your Family

by Jessica B. September 22nd, 2016
Malta is a great place to get away to with kids of all ages. You will be sure to find something here that the whole family will enjoy. Spend a few days on the beach, spend a few days exploring the culture and history and get everything you hope for out of a family vacation. Here are a few of my favorite things to do in Malta when I go with my family.

Gozo – If you really want to
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4 Cultural Festivals Worth Seeing in Malta

by R. Carnavale September 15th, 2016
The tiny island of Malta is a traveler's paradise with its Mediterranean climate, sandy beaches and exotic culture, which is a mix of Italian, British and North African influences. Malta's festivals, carnivals and airshows provide a fun way to experience that culture. For instance, the Malta Jazz Festival features established stars and up-and-coming stars who perform classic and avant garde pieces in an open air setting. The Malta Music Festival features outrageous performances by
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  • Arts and Theatre in Malta

    by Jessica B. September 8th, 2016
    If you are planning a vacation in Malta, you may not be considering enjoying some great theatre and taking in some arts while you are there, but don’t eliminate the idea completely from your vacation to-do list. Malta is a great place to catch some quality theatre, check out some up and coming artists, and see some amazing theatre students learn their craft.

    Theatre schools – If you are looking
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  • 4 Affordable Seafood Restaurants in Malta

    by Marnie Bii September 1st, 2016
    You can help ensure your visit to Malta stays within your budget by seeking out their wallet-friendly, yet delicious restaurants. Since you're visiting an island, it just makes sense to sample all of the seafood available there. Malta is filled with privately owned seafood restaurants featuring delicious meals at price points you can enjoy. You'll never pay more than 15 Euros a plate when visiting the establishments listed below.

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  • Scotland for Families

    by Jessica B. August 25th, 2016
    Whether you are looking to take in Edinburgh, visit the Lochs, or check out the highlands, there is plenty in Scotland that can be fun for the entire family. Kids of any age will enjoy spending a night in a castle, getting a chance to ride a horse, explore some breathtaking views and go hunting for Nessie, the infamous Loch Ness Monster. Here are some of our top tips
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