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Malta Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor, Robert Hodge

Conductor Robert Hodge in Malta Once Again!

Celebrated conductor Robert Hodge has developed an affinity for Malta during his decade-long career, which has involved him working closely with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra. This trip marks his first stay at AX The Palace. Read all about his first impressions of our 5 star hotel in Sliema and his overall Malta #AXperience

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A Guide to the Best Shops in Sliema Malta

Sliema is easily one of the prettiest and most Instagrammable places on the island. You’ll definitely find something to suit your style at these shops in Sliema Malta, from designer fashion to high street shops, and everything in between. Take a look at our guide of the best shops in Sliema.

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St. Gregory Church Sliema

Enjoy the Feast of St Gregory the Great in Sliema

The people of the coastal town of Sliema are preparing to celebrate the Maltese village feast of St Gregory the Great on Sunday 1st September. If you’re staying in Sliema during the month of August, you will surely notice the build-up to the grand celebrations taking place throughout the streets.

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Your Guide to Spending Easter in Malta

Being that the island of Malta is very religious, Easter in Malta comes with a number of traditional events and activities. If you’re booked your holiday in Malta during this time of year, you’ll definitely get to experience the island in its historic and classical element.

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Strawberry Festival

The Strawberry Festival

Mgarr is one of the most picturesque villages in Malta. Located in the west of Mosta, Mgarr is rich in agriculture, farmland and vineyards. For thirteen years, a special event has been happening in the heart of this rural village – Festa Frawli, The Strawberry Festival. This festival captures the hearts of both locals and...

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Feast of St Paul’s Shipwreck in Malta

The feast of St Paul’s Shipwreck in Malta is one of the major public holidays and a religious feast on the island. The feast is to celebrate St Paul who is said to have been shipwrecked on Malta in 60AD. This event is celebrated every year on the 10th of February.

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