We want our guests to have the best experience while they are staying at The Victoria Hotel that is why we are starting a new feature of Event Alert where we will catch you up..
What to see in Malta and places to visit in Malta? There is always activity around the Maltese Islands. What to see in Malta – Events relating to the arts, music, culture, sports, entertainment, theatre,..
The In Guardia ParadeÂ is a re-enactment that portrays an authentic event that took place regularly inside important military fortifications in Malta and Gozo. The re-enactment portrays a historical re-enactment of a full 16th century..
The Malta Jazz Festival is a well awaited yearly event which delights jazz fans year in year out. This year it will be running 3 to 4 days every year inÂ July in the open-air setting..
Come and explore the underwater environment found around the Maltese Islands. Different persons will surely find something to their liking, being wreck diving, diverse fish life, underwater cliffs and cave diving. For further information about..
The Victoria hotel is a superior 4 star hotel in the heart of Sliema and one of the first Eco Friendly hotels on the island ideal for your holiday in Malta. The Victoria hotel in..
Sliema and its urban neighbour, St Julian’s, are the place for international-style shopping at reasonable prices. There are shopping centres with music, continental European, UK and American fashions, perfumeries, shoes and brand names together with..
Ten beaches in Malta have been awarded the blue flag status, one more than last year’s count. They are St Georgeâ€™s Bay, Fond Ghadir Bay, Westin Dragonara Hotel and Spa Beach, Qawra Bay, Bugibba Beach,..
There is always something happening in the Maltese Islands. Events relating to the world of the visual and performing arts, music, culture, sports and entertainment, Theatre performances, festivals, fairs and many other activities to suit..
The recent string of horrific terror attacks has left everyone worried about their own safety. And many people have already cancelled holidays to destinations like Turkey and Spain, following recent atrocities.Â With attacks on Brussels Airport..
Alarme re-enactmentÂ is a military re-enactment that portrays the historic and turbulent tenure of Malta by French troops, following Napoleonâ€™s landing and conquest of the islands in 1798. The re-enactment gives an account of the French..
Recent changes in MaltaÂ law have ensured more equal rights for LGBT peopleÂ â€“ positioning Malta as a destination for gay travel. Â The Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) has recently embarked on a campaign in the US..