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Herd Immunity may be a new magic word when it comes to reopen the travel and tourism industry. Maltas tourism ministry is now claiming Herd Immunity, what is a brave step – but is it safe and true to say?
Malta Tourism Authority’s series of themed maps introduced a new addition this year; the Pilgrimage Trail, which showcases the most beautiful churches and religious spots across the archipelago. With more than 360 churches and chapels scattered across Malta and Gozo, the religious sites highlighted in the map form an integral part of the country’s history, landscape and skyline – they are at the heart of Maltese social and cultural life.
For those that wish to visit Malta exclusively, Perillo’s Learning Journeys can customize two in-depth tours of the island: Mystical Malta-Wellness Gastronomy and Culture; and Malta Explorer- History, Culture, Gastronomy.
The Maltese Archipelago made up of Malta, Gozo and Comino, covers an area of 316 sq km for the three islands. The Maltese Islands are located 93 kilometres off the southern coast of Sicily and 290 kilometres north of the shores of North Africa. Malta has a temperate Mediterranean climate. Winters are mild and summers are warm, with long periods of sunshine. Autumn and spring are mild. The lowest temperatures occur between December and February...
Over three quarters of existing and potential investors believe that Malta is currently attractive for FDI. This year’s report paints a very favorable picture of Malta as an FDI destination and shows that significant opportunities exist in Malta.
Mediation had already come to Malta before the 2008 European Union Mediation Directive; the country had passed a Mediation Act in 2004. Following the directive’s release, Malta amended its existing act in 2010 to comply with the directive’s requirements to support ADR in cross-border matters. Malta’s act applies to both domestic and cross-border mediations. An unusual feature of the act, there since its original enactment, is that Malta turns...