Things to do in Malta

Fort St. Angelo
Perched at the center of the Great Harbor, Fort St. Angelo is a bastioned fort in Birgu, Malta. It was constructed between the 13th century and 1691, using limestone material. The fort has witnessed many battles such as the Battle of Malta, the Attacks of 1551, and the Great Siege of Malta. Besides the rich history, Fort St. Angelo is also admirable for its stunning architecture.

Ramla Bay
Who wouldn’t want to visit a place which has the perfect mix of ancient ruins and sandy beaches. The Red Sandy beach of Ramla Bay is particularly a favorite amongst the locals who flock to this place on weekends and holidays. The beach is far and wide to enjoy some sunbathing time. Besides the beach is also a hidden treasure of Roman remains that lie beneath the sand. The calypso Cave is another attraction in Ramla Bay.

Malta National Aquarium
Malta National Aquarium, located in St Paul’s Bay, is one of the best places to visit with kids in Malta. This aquarium has a total of five zones, namely Malta’s western shoreline & Submarine, Valletta Harbour, Tropical Oceans, Gozo and Comino, and Roman Times. Each zone displays the best and a wide variety of marine life. They also have a special section which displays the amphibians and the reptiles found in the region.

Changing of the Guards
The Changing of the Guard Ceremony is held every last Friday of the month at St George’s Square, Valletta. The parade commences at 10.30 hrs, with the AFM Band marching down Republic Street onto St George’s Square Valletta. Here, the new guard marches out from the Main Guard in order to replace the old guard which marches out from The Palace Valletta. Following the exchange of ‘duties’ the AFM Band conducts a marching display in the same square.

SOS! ABBA Revival – The Tribute
9 November 2018
Are you a Super Trouper or Mamma Mia maniac? We’ve got news for you! For one night only, the UK’s No 1 ABBA tribute band Revival is bringing the legendary Swedish pop group’s biggest hits to life in a spectacular show in Malta on 9 November. ABBA Revival is known to wow audiences with its stunning costumes and energetic choreography, travelling back in time to the musical haven of the 70s disco days. This stunning production has impressed Dancing Queens and Super Troupers all over the world and is gearing up to transform Gianpula Village into the ultimate disco dance floor on 9 November. This event will bring people together from all over the island for a fun-filled night.