Malta consists of beautiful islands in the center of the Mediterranean between Sicily and North Africa. Malta is known for its great historical architecture.
If you decide to go to Malta on your honeymoon here are a few things you should check out:
Grandmasters’ Palace: The 16th century masterpiece, which is now the house of parliament.
Valletta's Manoel Theater: A very popular theater, and 2 opera houses in Victoria (Gozo) - as well as several open-air venues offer a wide selection of plays, operas and concerts.
Sacra Infermeria: It is now a conference Center.
National Museum of Fine Arts: It eexhibits some beautiful art, from the early Renaissance to modern times.
St. James Center for Creativity: A museum where contemporary works of art are exhibited against the original rough-textured walls and rediscovered spaces.
Republic Street and Merchant Street.
In Tas-Sliema along Tower Road.
Bisazza Street and the Strand in St.Julian’s and Paceville.
Open Air Markets:
Make sure you visit Malta’s markets to get a full experience of their village life and traditional items.
Malta is popular for its Mediterranean cooking, but there are a few popular dishes you should try:
Lampuki Pie (Fish Pie).
Bigilla (Broad beans and garlic)
Bragioli (Beef Olives).
Kapunata (Maltese version of ratatouille).
ħobż biż-żejt' (Round of bread dipped in olive oil, rubbed with ripe tomatoes and filled with a mix of tuna, onion, garlic, tomatoes and capers)
Pastizzi (flaky pastry parcel filled with ricotta or peas).
Popular desserts are:
Kannoli (tube of crispy, fried pastry filled with ricotta),and Ħelwa tat-Tork (sweet sugary mixture of crushed and whole almonds).