Maltese Nights: Re-live traditional Malta at the Valletta Waterfront

Go back in time through the Maltese Islands’ history

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Valletta Waterfront
4 August 2017, 1:39pm
Experience Maltese Nights every Thursday until 28th September at 8:00 PM
Experience Maltese Nights every Thursday until 28th September at 8:00 PM
Take in the scenic Grand Harbour views and re-live traditional Malta at Valletta Waterfront every Thursday evening from 8pm.

Patrons can go back in time through the Maltese Islands’ history and experience traditional folk dancing, falconry displays, the “terramaxka” – a musical instrument which was popular in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Maltese games, as well as battles between the Knights of St. John and the Ottoman Turks, amongst other activities.

The small chapel of the Flight to Egypt by the Holy Family further creates a unique ‘village’ ambience.

The Valletta Waterfront combines food, retail and entertainment within a maritime hub, which for the past years has proved to be a highly popular destination amongst locals and tourists alike.

For those in search of a relaxing time with good food and entertainment, the Valletta Waterfront’s many restaurants and bars present a variety of offerings catering to different tastes, with dining right at the water’s edge. The establishments’ indoor dining areas are situated inside the tastefully refurbished, historical stores, originally constructed by Grand Master Pinto in 1752. Today, ushering in a modern era, the iconic doors have been revived with an artistic impression of colour, representing the storage of goods from days past: blue for fish, green for produce, yellow for wheat and red for wine.

For more information about this event visit www.vallettawaterfront.com/maltesenights

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