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St. Paul

Feast of St Paul’s Shipwreck in Malta

The feast of St Paul's Shipwreck in Malta is one of the most popular religious feasts on the island. Happening on the 10th of February, you can enjoy the events and activities happening in Valletta while staying at AX The Saint John.

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Spend Your Valentine’s Day in Valletta

Valentine's Day is just around the corner. Surprise your loved one with a special evening. This year, spend Valentine's Day in Valletta. From booking your stay at AX The Saint John to enjoying a few drinks at Cheeky Monkey, you can plan it all in the capital of Malta!

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Presepju

Traditional Nativity Scene

Local artist’s masterpiece makes its way back home just in time for Christmas in Malta. A short interview with Manwel Dimech telling us all about his artwork and the importance of keeping the Maltese crib alive.

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Christmas Tree

Blown Glass Christmas Tree

It has become almost a yearly tradition to have a tree, for the festive season, set up in Valletta. The first blown glass tree was set up in 2011 by the local glass blowers, Mdina Glass. It takes the form of a seven metre glass tree that has over 2,000 handmade glass baubles, attached to an inner structure.

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Hobz Biz-Zejt

#EatLocal

Yes, Maltese love their #food and they take the time to enjoy it before getting on with their days. Colourful flavours, inspiration coming from the local production, recipes that survived generations and influences of neighbouring countries – all this buzz came together to create a vibrant cuisine in the centre of Mediterranean making it a perfect food destination for holidaymakers and #FoodLovers.

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War Museum

Top 5 Valletta Museums To Visit

Valletta, the capital city of Malta, is a World Heritage site and many, tourists and locals alike, describe it as one big museum. The city is brimming with history, Baroque architecture and monumental buildings. Every quaint street will tell you an interesting story.

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Colour Fest

Colour Fest: A Festival of Colour

Spring is here – not only officially with the start of the season but also with our lovely sunny weather, warmer temperatures and evident greenery. This means that its time for the annual spring festival – Colour Fest, the festival of colour.

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