Living In Malta

Wondering how to spend your free time in Malta, whether you should switch from Melita to GO, how to find a better job or where’s the best beach to chill out? We’ve got the answers!

And if we don’t – just shoot us an email or a Facebook message and we’ll help you out anyway :-)

How to Find Restaurants that Don’t Suck (in Malta)

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On TripAdvisor alone, there are 1,420 restaurants listed in Malta. Considering the population of 445,000, this is one restaurant for every 313 people - insane! And that's only the ones that are listed on Tripadvisor....
Eastern European Food in Malta

Best Shops for Russian and Eastern European Food in Malta

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Living abroad, outside your own culture and the comfort zone that comes along with it, can be difficult. Depending on how much of a challenge you have picked for yourself, the experience varies. You could...
Music From Malta

Made in Malta – What’s Good on the Music Scene

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"When in Rome," goes the famous saying. Settling in to a new country is not just about sorting out your paperwork, finding a place to live and getting a job. Once your basics are...
Facebook Groups in Malta

Getting Social: Must-Join Facebook Groups for Expats in Malta

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Living in a foreign country, both information about things that matter, as well as contacts, can be scarce - especially in the beginning. For information, you of course have TheRealMalta.com :) But even though we...
Spring in Malta

Perfect Spring Time Activities in Malta

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Ahh, the lovely spring is back! Beautiful sunshine, warm Mediterranean breeze and friendly smiles all around. Now is the perfect time to get out of the house and explore a little. That is why...
Malta Morning-After Pill

The Morning-After Pill in Malta: Mission Impossible?

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As an expat, you might be baffled to learn that this question is a very valid one in Malta. Up until recently, Malta was the only European Union country where women had no access...

Expats Pronouncing Maltese – Xmas Edition

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In the spirit of Christmas, we've asked some fellow expats to say Christmas greetings in Maltese and also in their native language. Merry Christmas and a happy new year from all of us at The...

Only in Malta: Police Setting a Great Example in Traffic

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If you've been in Malta for long enough then you probably know that indicating turns isn't unfortunately overly common yet. One of the reasons for this is the (near-absolute) lack of enforcement by the police,...
Hangover Cures in Malta

How to Best Cure Your NYE Hangover in Malta?

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Now that we’ve all had our fun and welcomed 2017 by cheering the night away, it’s time to deal with the consequences. If you belong to the unlucky majority of the population who suffers...