March

Running High

In Malta

Whether you’re poised and ready at the start line or cheering-on the runners from the sidelines, this highly charged and exciting race can’t be missed. The Malta Marathon is the largest annual event on the island, where 2,300 runners fly in from all over the world to join the other 2,700 domestic participants. The runners will be adding meaning to their miles in support of local charities on the day.

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2020 GIG Malta Marathon

Whether you’re poised and ready at the start line or cheering-on the runners from the sidelines, this highly charged and exciting race can’t be missed.

The Malta Marathon is the largest annual event on the island, where 2,300 runners fly in from all over the world to join the other 2,700 domestic participants. The runners will be adding meaning to their miles in support of local charities on the day.

Hotel of the Month

Domus Zamittello

Feel like true 17th century nobility when making this impeccable Maltese Palazzo, Domus Zamittello, your home-from-home while visiting the island.

The sumptuousness gracing this stately abode will leave you in a quandary of wondering whether to stay in and lounge like a lord or lady, or to tear away and simply look forward to returning later. Such options can be quite taxing, so best to order another gin to your room on the double.

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Location of the Month

The Maritime Museum

Surrounded by the deep blue for miles on end, this island is intrinsically connected to maritime activity – it always has been and always will be.

You can dive head first into a history spanning 7 thousand years at Malta’s Maritime Museum, where a vast array of seafaring treasures, such as the largest Roman era anchor in the world are kept. The 1840’s building that houses the museum also has a significant past as a Royal Navy bakery.

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Restaurant of the Month

Rubino Ristorante & Dolceria

While seated at Rubino, where the anticipation builds over what delights will emanate from the kitchen, you can safely say that you’re nestled into one of the oldest establishments in the capital city, Valletta.

First opening it’s doors as a Sicilian confectioners in 1906, it now boasts a family run Maltese kitchen. You can literally feel the history in the walls within which you feast, and the passion for food created and shared by this family of chefs goes back generations within the trade.

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VIP Packages

  • Concierge Assistance
  • Executive Airport Services and Transfers
  • 3 Nights Accommodation at Marriott Malta
  • 2 Full Days of Private Touring
  • Chauffeur Driven Luxury Vehicles
  • Professional and Licensed Guides
Starting at 1300 Euro Per Person
Based on double occupancy (Incl. 10% Commission)
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