The Best Malta Winter Events

Vacationing in Malta at this time of year opens the door to a winter wonderland of cultural events, concerts, foodie experiences and more. Whether you want to chill and be entertained, or adventure your way through the islands, the January and February events calendar holds something for all tastes.

1/ Lift your spirits with a Baroque music concert

 

This Valletta International Baroque Festival attracts music lovers from across the world, having built a sterling reputation throughout its decade long existence. Get ready to experience the beauty of baroque masterpieces performed by world class musicians in stunning locations across the island. The three-week long festival is an excellent way not only to experience one of the best European winter festivals, but also to discover Malta’s architectural gems.

For more information and / or to purchase tickets, kindly visit: https://www.festivals.mt/

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2 / Discover Malta’s heritage sites at a reduced price

Heritage Malta’s Multi-Pass gives you access to the island’s gorgeous museums and historic sites at a massive discount. Follow the island’s heritage trail and experience Malta’s fortifications, temples and unique palazzi, such as The Inquisitor’s Palace with its amazing domed ceiling and mesmerising architecture. There’s more than enough to keep adults and children enthralled!

For more information and purchases, visit https://heritagemalta.mt

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3 / Take a tour of the 3rd oldest theatre in Europe

The Manoel Theatre was built on commission of Grandmaster de Vilhena in 1731, and is even older than Naples’ San Carlo Theatre. While small, its Baroque architecture makes it one of the most stunning working theatres in the world, with a blue trompe l’oeil ceiling that has been captured by world-famous photographers.

4 / Enjoy wine-tasting in a historic setting

The Manoel Theatre was built on commission of Grandmaster de Vilhena in 1731, and is even older than Naples’ San Carlo Theatre. While small, its Baroque architecture makes it one of the most stunning working theatres in the world, with a blue trompe l’oeil ceiling that has been captured by world-famous photographers.

 

5 / Discover a cosy art gallery/traditional bar

The Manoel Theatre was built on commission of Grandmaster de Vilhena in 1731, and is even older than Naples’ San Carlo Theatre. While small, its Baroque architecture makes it one of the most stunning working theatres in the world, with a blue trompe l’oeil ceiling that has been captured by world-famous photographers.

 

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