Pre-pandemic Malta was the perfect holiday destination: sandy beaches, fascinating culture and just a short flight for Europeans. Now it’s even more appealing thanks to its handling of the pandemic.
Malta was the first European country to reach herd immunity and has some of the most relaxed entry requirements for visitors. It is taking part in the EUDCC gateway and does not require quarantine for countries on its green list.
An archipelago stretching out into the glistening Mediterranean off the coast of Italy, Malta enjoys 3000 hours of sunshine a year. But sandwiched between ever-popular Italy and Greece it often gets forgotten.
Malta lacks instantly recognisable icons like the Venice canals or
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