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Malta is a place with a lot of places of historic and archeological values. It hosts the oldest free standing buildings in the world (Older than the pyramids!). These are definitely worth a visit. The countryside is scattered with pre-historic remains. There are several Roman remains as well, like the Roman Villa in Rabat (Domus Romana) Other places ...


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Having more than one Schengen visa is not allowed, and extending one is impossible. Cancelling it should not be hard but bureaucracy of the embassies/consulates are a pain in the ass sometimes. The only way to get out of this is luck, for example if the passport was accidentally clipped, or accidentally some water was spilled on it, the passport will be ...


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Once you have a visa, the rules regarding entry in the Schengen area are laid out in the Schengen Borders Code (Regulation 562/2006). The relevant part is article 5 (that's the consolidated version, this was added recently): (a) they are in possession of a valid travel document entitling the holder to cross the border satisfying the following criteria: ...


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Here is a topic on some forum about buying pre-paid on Malta. You can buy sim card by vodafone or by GO mobile. It costs about 10 EUR. They said that Go Mobile has even shop at the airport, so it shouldn't be a problem.


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Rock climbing is definitely possible, you can find a guidebook here Not sure about going deep water solo. Source: I have been to Malta and I have many Maltese friends.


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There are 3 main mobile providers in Malta. Melita Vodafone GO You simply go to any of their store and ask for it. GO have a shop at the airport, but all of them have shops littered around malta or sub-agents. Vodafone have just introduced a 4G (LTE) network, so if you're interested in the fastest internet I think that would be the best. You can get ...


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I visited Malta nearly thirty years ago so this might be out of date. Malta isn't a large island, and you aren't going to find exciting sightseeing to keep you busy for two weeks. If you have a car, everywhere is a day trip from everywhere else. The Wikitravel page will give more details. Most of the places to see are in Valletta, with Mdina being ...


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Since your daughter's husband is Maltese, your best option would be to get a Residence card of a family member of an European Union citizen, which will allow you to travel to and stay in the EU as long as you like. However, while parents ("relatives in the ascending line", in the original bureaucratese) of the spouse (your daughter) can apply, they can only ...



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