Maltese cuisine is a delicious combination of Italian and African traditions infused with local flavours. Fresh fish is a staple on menus along with inventive vegetarian options. Across the islands there are abundance of outdoor restaurants with stunning views.
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From the 30th June, visitors have to be fully vaccinated (plus 14 days) for travel to Malta from the UK. From 1st July the NHS ap will be accepted as proof of double vaccination. Children aged 5-11 can travel if they accompany vaccinated adults with proof of a negative PCR test carried out within 72 hours from arrival in Malta. Children under five do not need a test. Those aged 12 and over will need proof of vaccination; negative PCR test for over 12s will not be accepted from 30th June. Therefore if they aren’t fully vaccinated, children aged 12 -17 can’t visit at this time.