What Not To Miss If You Are In Malta This November!
- Oct 19, 2019
Malta's winters are nothing short of spectacular...
It’s getting colder these days! Europe is busily preparing for Halloween, the hectic Christmas period and the other festivities that characterize this time of year. It’s safe to say that Malta’s winters are nothing short of spectacular. Sure, there are a couple of rainy days here and there. However, unlike the rest of Europe, there are also a lot of sunny Sunday afternoons and cool evenings that are particularly perfect if you want to explore the myriad of activities taking place in the nation’s capital this November.
- The Three Palaces Festival – National Museum Of Archaeology, Republic Street, Valletta
1st November – 10th November 2019
The Three Palaces Festival celebrates Malta’s unique heritage and the country’s relationship with anything Baroque. The varied programme, which will delight any serious music fan, comprises of classic and contemporary musical pieces performed by top international talents.
Ticket Link: https://www.festivals.mt/thethreepalaces
- Vitori by Cirque du Soleil – Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta
27th November – 10th December 2019
This exclusive and ultra-unique performance by the largest theatre production in the world was designed to celebrate the Mediterranean Conference Centre’s 40th anniversary. Inspired by the game of chess and the country’s rich military history, this theatrical performance will surely mesmerize all audiences.
Ticket Link: http://maltashows.com/
Where to stay?
Staying in Malta’s capital city is always a good idea. Valletta is the result of a harmonious marriage between Modernity and Tradition. The result? Luxurious and chic boutique hotels that reflect these two contrasting elements. Casa Ellul is located on a quaint and quiet street that’s close to all amenities. Its nine suites were carefully designed to provide an unforgettable experience that will be etched in your memory forever. What better way to enjoy winter than to spend it in Valletta?