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  1. Wow, Malta looks freaking gorgeous! Definitely have to visit it someday so thanks for all the tips. Pinning for when I plan my future trip. 🙂

  2. I love when it’s safe to wander around at night. I hate visiting locations where you have to huddle in your hotel room after a certain hour!

  3. Malta looks beautiful, love the photos. Thanks for the guide this gives me motivation to travel to Malta and before I read this post I would have looked blankly at someone asking me about Malta at least I have basic information and a guide.

  4. I love how detailed this post is for solo female travelers! I would love to explore Malta someday 🙂

  5. I would never have expected Malta to be dodgy as a solo adventurer. It’s good to hear how you loved it, especially with so much wandering around on your own.

    p.s. It looks like you found some amaaaazing places to eat! Guze Bistro looks sooo tasty and that Indian food at Naan bar is making my mouth water. Noms!

  6. Your photos are totally dreamy and gorgeous! I’m visiting Malta with a friend in 2020 so this is just perfect. THanks so much for all your suggestions! (Love your site).


  7. I now have a longer bucket list in result of reading this post! Malta seems absolutely stunning, and I typically travel solo myself so I loved your extra tips for solo female travel there! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  8. Malta looks gorgeous and there’s so much to do there! I’ve only ever hear good things about visiting, I should really plan my next trip there. Thanks for the inspo and great guide!

  9. A trip to Malta sounds fabulous, and especially if it includes all of the delicious food you listed. I loved how you mentioned just roaming the streets and taking photos. This is one of our favorite things to do while on vacation. Especially in Europe!

  10. So glad you visited Trabuxu – it’s one of my favourite restaurants in Valletta for the past 15 years! I agree, Valletta especially feels safe and great for solo travel.

  11. I love Malta so much, last year went for my first time! Definitely plan to go back in another summer season and your list is just what I need for the next round 😀

  12. I’m going to Malta solo and this is gona be first time at all when I travel alone 🙂 thanks for all the tips 🙂

  13. I visited Malta a few years ago and loved it so much! They have some of the best seafood and such gorgeous water! I would love to go back one day!

  14. Thanks for this post. I will go to Malta on Sundya, alone (for the first time). So i am really curious.
    Thanks for your tips.

  15. Hi Ladies,

    Any safety advice for Malta/scams to look out for?

    Where is best to stay Sleima/St Julian’s. I would love a beach view.
    I’m not a heavy drinker so want to avoid the party areas.

    What tours would you recommend?

    In terms of visiting Valetta/Medina what is there to do there? Should I travel there on my own or with a tour?

    Finally how much should I pay for a horse carriage?

    1. Hey! I felt very safe in Malta. I stayed in Valletta and found it to be very central. There are a few tours that I recommend that are listed within the post. Especially the tour to Gozo and the Blue Lagoon!

      I can’t give more detailed info on taking in Sliema. I did go over there for shopping. Personally, I would stay in Valletta and take the free 10-minute ferry over to Sliema for the beach. It’s a 7-minute walk from the port to the beach.

      It was very, very hot when I was there and didn’t feel like it was good to ride the horse carriages.

      I would say you could do an organized tour to Medina just because its easier to have someone else take you around.

  16. Hi,
    Would you recommend Malta in may do they have a festival during this time?
    Is there anything I should be aware of when traveling solo there?

    1. Hey Sara! I found Malta to be safe and friendly for females traveling solo. I do recommend staying right in the city center and to always read reviews of where you are staying. As far as festivals I would suggest checking out they list everything that is happening : ) if you have any other questions, let me know!

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