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Malta, by no means perfect, but near heaven
Guide reading:Retro charm In cities like Valletta, there's always a part of the street scene that makes you feel like you're back in the 1950s. Strait Steet in Valletta was once a very lively street for pleasure. In the bar Ting Tong Bar, you can feel Malta's pa
Malta is located at the crossroads of the Mediterranean Sea. It has the reputation of "the heart of the Mediterranean Sea". Civilization meets here and history turns here.
I was nervous before going to Malta. Because half of the friends who have been to Malta love it, and the other half tell me in private that it's a little boring.
What if I feel bored too?! As always, I'm a bit of a bother. Because Malta is definitely one of the least boring places on the planet.
Malta is deeply engraved in my heart, and I soon fell in love with this country.
Maltese immigrants
 
Most of the Chinese do not know Malta yet.
First of all, let's answer a few questions and introduce Malta to you.
 
Q: Where is Malta?
A: In the Mediterranean, south of Sicily
 
Q: Is Malta an independent country?
A: Yes, it was ruled by Britain until its independence in 1964. They drive on the left, just like in Britain.
 
Q: What language do they speak?
A: English is spoken by all; Maltese is also spoken by the local people. It sounds like a mixture of Arabic and Italian.
 
Q: What kind of currency do they use?
A: euro. Malta is the smallest country to join the European Union.
 
Q: How do I get to Malta?
A: You can take a 90-minute ferry from Catania (Sicily) in Sicily. But the fastest way is by air. Air Malta and other low-cost airlines have flights from Malta to many European countries. Most of these flights take off from Italy and Britain.
 
Q: What are the highlights of Malta?
A: Architectural feast - Middle East or North Africa, Europe or North America; one part is dilapidated, the other exquisite.
 
The extraordinary beauty of nature
 
Malta is one of the most beautiful places on earth.
Although Gozo's blue window has become a lost beauty, there are countless visitors to enjoy the clearest sea here.
The archipelago is rich in landscapes, ranging from white reefs to desert landscapes and vineyards; each direction has its own beauty.
 
 
Retro charm
In cities like Valletta, there's always a part of the street scene that makes you feel like you're back in the 1950s.
Strait Steet in Valletta was once a very lively street for pleasure.
In the bar Ting Tong Bar, you can feel Malta's past Reappearance - Retro cocktails, old posters of World War II...
Maltese immigrants