Valletta Carnival; February/March: Malta’s biggest carnival is a vibrant party that takes place just before Lent. Join the locals as they dress up in grotesque masks and follow the giant floats winding their way through the city centre.
Malta International Arts Festival; July: Many activities in Malta are free and this festival is no exception. Showcasing the work of both local and international artists, performances include music, dance, theatre, film and art installations.
Notte Bianca; October: Valletta comes alive with artistic mayhem during this all-night celebration of arts and culture. Palaces and museums throw open their doors, while public squares become open-air concert venues.
What to do in Malta
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