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Apartments in Malta

Apartments in Malta

In Malta there are numerous real estate agents. There are so many that they are located only a few meters apart from each other. Especially in St. Julians and Sliema one can find dozens of agents near the coastline street. The business in real estate is booming in Malta and the prices are steadily increasing. Many hotels have been transformed into nice apartments, because that market is more profitable. ... more

Cost of living in Malta

Cost of living in Malta

The cost of living is comparably average. Approximately 2/3 of the products consumed have to be imported from abroad. Unfortunately, the small market allows many monopolies to emerge. ... more

Electricity/Sockets in Malta

Electricity/Sockets in Malta

In Malta the sockets used are 3-pin, British standard. On the first gaze it might look quite confusing for people who are not used to it, but it isn’t. The on/off switch is on the upper right side. Obviously if you switch it off there is no electricity on the socket and vice-versa. In this case it is switched on. The socket has three holes. ... more

Life and Work in Malta

Life and Work in Malta

Whoever wants to come to Malta to live and work here should first try to get a work permit. Malta is a member-state of the European Union, however the island is very small and to protect the citizens and the economy special conditions were introduced.

Except of this it’s nothing special. There are numerous real estate agents. The commission fees are quite low (the price of half month’s rental fee). ... more

Malta when it rains

Malta when it rains

It’s only raining very little during the summer in Malta. In winter therefore much more.

In Malta there are two kinds of rain, no rain at all or very strong rain. ... more

Prices in Malta

Prices in Malta

The cost of living is comparably average. Approximately 2/3 of the products consumed have to be imported from abroad. Unfortunately, the small market allows many monopolies to emerge. ... more

Winter in Malta

Winter in Malta

Malta is often described as a nice summer-country with sunshine, beaches and blue sky. However there is another side of Malta - the winter. For the first time you will feel winter coming in December and you have to endure it till February/March. January is the darkest and possibly coldest month in the year/winter. This month has the rainiest days, the least sunshine-hours and the lowest temperatures.

How is winter in Malta?


There is no frost or snow but mostly strong rain showers and winds. That’s not even so bad, but there are some other factors which make this worse. ... more

With the pet to Malta

With the pet to Malta

For animals there are strict conditions for entry. The following information should give you an overview of the conditions. However you should consult a veterinary to get detailed information. We believe that the information below is exact, but we can’t give you a guarantee for it. ... more












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Gozo
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Tarxien Temple

The most popular temple in Malta can be found in the village of Tarxien and is known as the Tarxien Temple. This was accidentally discovered in the year 1916. It is said that a farmer was complaining about too many huge stones in his field - the consequence was that an archaeologist focused his attention on this field.

St. Julians, just beautiful

St. Julians is wonderful. The promenade is very nice and at night everything is lit up. Many restaurants are very inviting, not only for the food but also for the beautiful view over St. Julians bay and the street-life. Cafes, bars and souvenir shops are everywhere. It is worth to have a look at.

A visit in Sicily

If you want you can go on an excursion to Sicily. The cost is around €90 (including return) - includes a complete tour around Sicily with the bus.




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