Malta, a beautiful country in Europe. It is enriched with green landscape, plenty of natural resources, history, culture, museums, world-class institutes and multinational companies. Within a short span, Malta has shown its prominence in the world stage. Students all around the world travel to Malta and become the witness of this beautiful country. There are some of the places that students must visit when studying in Malta. These places are wind up in a blog by our Admission Process Executive, Ms. Drashti Soni.
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“Winter is coming…..”
We all must have heard this famous dialogue from the very famous and the most discussed web series Game of Thrones.
But do you guys know that the shooting of this series was done in the amazing country Malta?
Hello everyone!! My name is Drashti Soni and I am back with my new blog about MALTA.
Malta is just not known for its quality education for international students but also its eye-catching places.
Besides quality education let’s see what Malta has to offer for international students!!
No students can survive through a whole busy week of studying, entertainment and a little escape from regular life are also essential.
This small archipelago has such a lot of variety you won’t believe how they manage to squeeze it dead. Such a large amount of cultures are mixing and influencing one another for generations that you’ll be hard-pressed to pigeon-hole anything here. As an example, Maltese food may be a combination of geographical region and Sicilian. Another thing that mixes well here is modern life with the prehistoric. All the fashionable amenities you'll invite, plus everywhere you look there are tiny pockets where you’ll think you’ve gone back in time.
So let’s find out where you can get charged on your weekends!!
The capital of Malta, Valletta is additionally recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Yes, the complete city! Walk around the beautiful city and admire the gorgeous architecture from the 16th century. The town got its Italian nickname Superbissima, which means “Most Proud”, thanks to its Baroque palaces, gardens and churches.
Once the midday heat subsides, take a walk around the cobbled streets and wander through this architecturally stunning capital that appears like it’s out of a movie set.
Also, Valletta is a place where some scenes of the famous series Game of thrones were shooting. The winding, cobbled back streets of the island’s capital were utilized in several King’s Landing scenes, but the foremost striking location here is that of the 17th-century Fort Ricasoli, which doubled because of the Red Keep. It’s visible across the Grand Harbour from the gorgeous Upper Barrakka Gardens. A popular filming location, the fort was also utilized in Gladiator, Troy and more recently the Assassin’s Creed movie
With an almost tropical quality, the Blue Lagoon may be a mesmerizing scene of crystal-clear turquoise waters lapping over a white-sand seabed. This expansive lagoon gives the impression of being an enormous swimming bath because the water is temperate, there are not any waves, and also the shallow end is safe enough for kids.
Wonderful for swimming, splashing around, or floating on inflatable tubes, the core of the lagoon is roped off to boats. The lagoon is equivalent to many Olympic-size swimming pools. Good swimmers can cross to the cove and tiny beach on the opposite side. Comino’s inlet of the Blue Lagoon attracts snorkelers, divers and day-trippers who just fancy a dip.
This is the second-largest island within the archipelago! If you’re an adventure lover, the Island of Gozo is the perfect vacay spot for you. Enjoy swimming, snorkelling and scuba-diving within the crystal-clear waters, or placed on your sports shoes and opt for trekking. Don’t miss the 2 lighthouses, each on a separate hill near the villages, offering stunning views of the whole island and therefore the secluded valley of Wied l-Ghasri, popular amongst divers who want to explore the underwater caves.
The Island is famous for the Azure Window, featured in the Game of Throne series, during Daenerys and Khal Drogo’s wedding. Whether or not you’re a GOT fan, this picture-perfect destination must find its place in your visits.
Or the Silent City as it’s often observed may be a joy to walk around in with many of the maze-like alleys giving a way that nothing has changed here for over many years. The place is so small that getting lost won’t have you ever wandering unknowingly for over some minutes.
Dedicated to St. Paul the Apostle, and the oldest church in Malta, featuring Baroque frescoes, engravings and other artworks.
inbuilt the Baroque style in 1724, It’s the gate into the fortified city. It was featured in Game of Thrones’ third episode of the primary season – “Lord Snow
We all must remember our favourite cartoon character Popeye, a fictional muscular cartoon character. We all loved Popeye, and, surprisingly, it was filmed in Malta!
Popeye Village, also known as Sweethaven Village. The village is that the actual set used by Paramount Pictures and Walter Elias Disney Productions to shoot famous comic strips supported the film by E.C Segar. The village encompasses a lot to supply regarding attractions catering to different seasons. Summers are known for Water Trampolines, Boat rides, and Play Pool.
Visitors are greeted by Popeye the sailor then can take a tour of the village to seek out the post office, bakery, firehouse, and other buildings. Popeye Village also incorporates a beach, bathing decks, and souvenir shop.
Apart from this city tours the water activities like Windsurfing, Scuba Diving, Swimming with Dolphins, Sailing, Windsurfing, Kite Surfing, Jet Ski Rentals, Yacht Chartering etc. and these all activities will certainly give you a different perspective of the islands.
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