10 reasons to choose malta for your next event
In addition to this little Mediterranean island’s year-long
sun, Malta is currently packing its itinerary with more reasons to be the
destination for your next events. Currently holding the European Union
Presidency and fast on the run-up to capital city Valletta being European City
of Culture for 2018, there has never been a better time to land in Malta.
1. Favourably-priced products and services
Events organised in Malta tend to cost less when compared to most European cities, yet are backed by professional support teams and excellent destination management companies, giving you more value for your investment.
2. An Exploding Cultural Calendar
Thanks to Malta holding the EU presidency and the preparations for capital city Valletta becoming 2018 European City of Culture, there are countless high quality happenings for delegates to enjoy.
3. Short Flight Times
Under three hours from most European cities and enjoying many easy direct connections, getting to Malta is easy and uncomplicated.
4. An Ideal Climate
Ranging from mild to warm throughout winter, autumn and spring, Malta’s weather is often sunny, giving attendees a natural burst of positivity and energy. Caffeine optional.
5. Unusual, Historic Scenic Venues
Fortifications, outdoor gardens with spectacular views, towers, sea-side locations, scenic vantage points, and buildings of historical significance are but a taste of the range of possible venues to organise events in.
6. A Very Safe Destination
Low crime rates mean you can have an enjoyable stay
without constantly looking over your shoulder or having to think about extra
7. English Speakers
As one of the two official languages, English is
widely spoken in Malta, making communication simple and avoiding having details
lost in translation.
8. Short Transfer Times
With a longest distance of 27km from one end of the
island to another, nowhere is far away in Malta. Wake up on one end, organise
your event at the other and enjoy the best of all possible worlds at your
9. So Much to See and Do
UNESCO World Heritage sites such as a 16th
century fortified capital city and the oldest freestanding buildings in the
world, stunning seascapes and picturesque landscapes, a vibrant nightlife, excellent
and increasingly international cuisine. It’s hard to feel bored here.
10. The Benefits of European Union Membership
Euro currency throughout, simple transactions with
other European countries, travel and movement of goods make organising events
and conferences here a breeze.
Corinthia St George's Bay
Corinthia Palace Hotel Malta
Malta enjoys direct flights from the following countries:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dubai, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, United Kingdom.
By the following airlines:
Aegean Air, Air Baltic, Air Berlin, Air France, Air Malta,
Air Serbia, Alitalia, Brussels Airlines, British Airways, Czech Airlines,
Easyjet, Egyptair, Emirates, Finnair, Flyniki, Jet2.com, Jet time, Libyan
Airlines, Lufthansa, Luxair, Maltafly, Monarch, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Ryanair,
Scandinavian Airlines, Swiss, Thomas Cook, Thomson, Transaero, Transavia.com,
Tunisair Express, Turkish Airlines, Vueling Airlines, Wizzair.