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The Republic of Malta is an archipelago located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. Its population is bilingual, speaking English and Maltese.

Over the years, Malta has attracted many expatriates by its tax incentives, interesting real estate prices, as well as its mild climate all year round. By choosing to study, work or retire in Malta, you will be enjoying quality living along with several opportunities.

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Maltese nationals are known to be very warm and hospitable people. As the country has become a top destination over the years, they are very welcoming toward expatriates, especially when these seem keen on discovering their culture. In general, people in Malta are very sociable and close to their families. Hence, they are likely to welcome you into their homes and their lives. As this is a Mediterranean culture, gathering for food and celebrations is quite common!

Malta enjoys a beautiful Mediterranean climate with warm summers and cool and sunny winters, which allows for year-round outdoor activities. Indeed, you will be able to enjoy various leisure activities aside from the sun and sea. There is so much to see and do in Malta that you will probably run out of time.

Despite being a small archipelago, Malta hosts a very advanced telecommunications network. If you are relocating there, you’ll have no trouble in obtaining a landline, a mobile phone, and an internet connection. Malta has an optical fibre network, like many European countries. Moreover, rates are rather affordable when it comes to international phone calls. But before proceeding, make sure to choose the best offer according to your needs and budget and to inquire on related formalities.

If you intend to relocate in Malta, you will probably have queries regarding travelling to Malta with your pet, if you have any. You can, of course, take your pets with you if you are planning to make a long stay in the country! But keep in mind that advance planning is required.

If you have decided to relocate in Malta, take time and do your research to choose the right removal company. This is an important step not to be taken lightly. If you’re moving an entire home, set up an appointment with a relocation counsellor for an in-house estimate.

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We're a thirty-something married couple moving from Scotland to Malta in Summer 2016. Follow our story as we prepare to move, arrive in Malta and settle into our new life. We're quite opinionated and passionate about sharing information and helping others. This will be a warts and all record of our experience! We welcome questions, comments and suggestions for blog posts.

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Twist of Fate.me is an unpretentious photography blog. It is about tragic, bizarre, supernatural, brilliant, moving or simply amazing encounters and discoveries. It is about the beauty of life and the irony of the world. It is about expected outcomes and overruling destiny. What if fate was a road leading to our future? And what if life was just a simulation, an illusion?

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I am a german photographer based in Malta. Available for assignments in Malta and Germany. do weddings, personal photo shootings, property photography, commercial work and landscape photography.

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