It's the Med's Comeback Kid! After a quiet spell, how historic Malta has rediscovered its drive as a charming tourist hotspot

Malta became a part of the British Empire at the beginning of the 19th Century after Napoleon's occupying French forces were ejected. 
The island quickly became a place of great strategic importance to Britain and of key significance to the military, particularly in the First and Second World Wars.
Independent from Britain now for more than 50 years, Malta continues to have significance as a stopover place for the growing number of cruise ships that ply the Mediterranean.
There could be no more perfect stop than Malta with its vast natural harbour which offers immediate access to the... read more

17 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 41
Source: Daily Mail

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