Happy New Year in Malta

We are only a few days away from the New Year’s and I remember that I lived a different Christmas in Malta just one year ago.

Do you already have plans for New Year’s Eve and New Year? In my case, it was the first time that I spent this date away from my family and friends. Christmas in Malta is lived much more intensely than in Spain: decorated houses as in the typical Christmas films, carols in every corner of the island (shops, hotels, restaurants and even background music in the streets), lunches, dinners and even Christmas breakfasts.

I already told you on Instagram the tradition of Early Breakfast. Maltese people come with family to the Church at the 12 o’clock mass that is celebrated on Christmas Eve, and when they finish, they take an English breakfast together in a restaurant.

Well, at this point it’s time to think about the end of the year night. The capital is probably the best option to fully enjoy the end of 2018 and the beginning of 2019. St George’s Square in Valletta will be the stage for local groups and artists to pass on the 31st. You can not miss the screenings at The Palace , with soundtrack at the hands of Talitha Dimech Live Duo and Kersten Graham Live Band, to later give way to the After Party with DJ Von Brockdorff. And at midnight do not miss the fireworks at Barrakka Gardens!

And to take advantage of the night to the maximum, you still have time to buy tickets for a New Year’s Eve party. For about € 30, you have an open bar in a Paceville nightclub until closing.

What plans do you have for New Year’s Eve? Happy 2019!

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