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Best Rated Cultural Sites by Members

San Anton Gardens Attard 10.00
Palazzo Parisio Naxxar 10.00
St. John’s Cathedral Valletta 10.00
Casa Rocca Piccola Valletta 9.00
Palazzo Parisio Naxxar 9.00
Upper Barrakka Gardens Valletta 9.00
Lower Barrakka Gardens Valletta 9.00
Buskett Garden Buskett 9.00
Chinese Garden of Serenity Santa Lucija 8.50
Għar Dalam Cave and Museum Birzebbuga 8.00

Culture in Malta and Gozo: architecture, art, museums from the Maltese heritage

Prehistoric temples, legends and the importance of religion in Malta

Maltese historical heritage date back to 7,000 years ago, when megalithic temples were built and mysterious societies inhabited the islands to then disappear suddenly, leaving only traces.

Malta is supposedly one of the first countries to have embraced Christianity, following the shipwreck of Saint Paul in 60 A.D. There are 365 churches, scattered around Malta, and you will find at least one in any village main square. One of the most magnificent once is the St. John's Cathedral in Valletta!

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Skorba temples provide prehistorical structures that describes the life of the first settlers on the Maltese Islands The Skorba Temples are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located in Mgarr, about a kil...
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MgarrTemple Historical site
Mediaval and baroque buildings overlooking the whole of Gozo The Cittadella is a small fortified town located at the centre of Gozo, on a hill overlooking the capital town of Victoria. It is a UNESCO...
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Victoria-GozoBuilding Fortification
THE sleeping lady of Malta at the National Museum of Archaeology
The National Museum of Archaelogy displays several tools and decorations that survived millenia A visit to The National Museum of Archaeology is an ideal way to learn about the prehistory of Malta. T...
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Ta pinu
Ta' Pinu, a basilica famous for grace, miracles and pilgrimages The Ta’ Pinu Basilica is located is the village of Gharb in the North Western Part of the island.  It is particularly known ...
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Girgenti Palace, also known as the Inquistor Palace is the residence of the Prime Ministers of Malta Girgenti Palace is located close to Siggiewi, not far off from the southern coast of Malta. The pa...
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location of Lascaris war rooms
Explore the interesting war rooms that were under high security Lascaris War Rooms are located 400 feet under the Upper Barrakka Gardens, representing one of Malta’s best kept secrets from the ...
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Tal-Mintna Catacombs present a number of burial chambers where people used to perform rituals centuries ago Tal-Mintna Catacombs were discovered in Mqabba in 1860 by Dr. A Caruana and Captain Strickl...
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MqabbaTemple Historical site
Jesus statue in the Inquisitor's Palace of Vittoriosa
The Inquisitor's Palace in Birgu allows you to experience Malta during the times of the inquisition The Inquisitor’s Palace is located in the beautiful and historic town of Birgu (Vittoriosa) i...
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façade of Xewkija Church Gozo
Visit the largest church in Gozo Xewkija is famous for Rotunda, its church, dedicated to St. John The Baptist. It is the town’s distinguishing attraction, drawing numerous crowds of tourists an...
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inner courtyard of in the Grandmaster Palace in Valletta
The Grandmaster's Palace in Valletta Dominating Palace Square, the Grandmaster's Palace was one of the first buildings to be built in Valletta – in 1571. The original Palazzo was designed by Ge...
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Attractions - CultureMuseums, Palazzos and Buildings

From archaeological finds to Second World War shelters, Malta offers millennia of history, art and architecture one next to another walking in the narrow streets of Valletta or in many other small villages.

All along the Maltese littoral you will find bastions, tower and fortifications, built to protect the Island from pirates and invaders. The knights of the Order of St. John and then the British rulers have left the most remarkable imprint on Maltese architecture.

Green lust and botanic gardens

Attractions - Culture

Botanic gardens and parks are an oasis of tranquillity and provide cool shade during the summer months.

They are the triumph of men on the arid climate, and a display of skilled and tasteful composition of flowers and plants.

Browse the list below to find your next cultural destination