Whether you’re visiting or considering living in Malta, if you’re travelling to Malta, you may need another perspective on how things work. Here’s your complete gay Malta guide.
Malta guides are aplenty, but if you’re travelling to Malta as a tourist or considering relocating, what you need is a gay Malta guide to gain a gay perspective on how things could work for you on this beautiful island in the Mediterranean.
There are things you want to know about which are not generally covered by other guide books or websites. For example: Is Malta gay friendly? What is the general attitude of locals and businesses towards the gay community ? Where does Malta stand with regards gay rights? What is gay life in Malta like? Gay Malta is here for you to discover.
Like any other first time traveller, you will probably want to learn some basic Malta information too, and perhaps obtain some recommendations about the top things to do in Malta. Gay Guide Malta was created to satisfy all your questions about gay Malta while being your complete Malta guide. It exists to make your stay in Malta easy-going and fun, giving you all the information, advice and recommendations you may need.
The Gay Guide Malta website has also been selected as the official guide to Malta for gay visitors by the Malta Tourism Authority.
Discover Malta’s general attitude towards the gay community and where it stands with regards gay rights.
Find out everything there is to know about gay life in Malta and what to expect.
Get in touch with the local gay community and find out more about how to make the most of travelling in and enjoying gay Malta.
Discover the best of Malta with Gay Guide Malta’s recommendations of the top 10 things to do in Malta
It’s easier than you think! The Maltese Islands only have one airport, the Malta International Airport (MLA). This is located in Luqa, which is about 16 minutes away by car from the capital, Valletta.
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Article Source: TimesofMalta.com Lack of understanding and professional training for doctors and teachers about issues affecting LGBT people continue to endanger their fundamental rights despite promising legislative advances, according to a new report. The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) surveyed more than 1,000 public officials, doctors, teachers and police officers in Malta and 18 other EU member states about laws and...