Malta is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea and present in the south of Sicily. Its proximity to Tunisia adds North African influence. The captivating heritage and the ruins of old buildings boast its history. Maltese is the official language which is the mixture of Italian and Arabic. Valletta, the capital of Malta, is an ideal central place to explore this beautiful island Valletta is the hub from where buses are available, and the surrounding Grand Harbor and Marsamxett Harbor make the navigation easy. It is famous for historical sites and cultural events. Charming restaurants and hotels drew tourist attraction. Saint John's Co-Cathedral, the Museum of Archaeology and Upper Barracca Gardens are must-visit places in Valetta. The hilltop town Mdina is fascinating, and the Cathedral of Saint Paul is the most important site of this town. Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, The Tarxien Temples, The Blue Grotto, Dingli Cliffs, Golden Bay Beach, Ghajn Tuffieha Bay Beach, Hagar Qim Temples, Mnajdra Temples, the Popeye Village are also other tourist attractions.