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Travel with Respect

Malta is a strictly Catholic country and carousing by tourists, while tolerated to some extent, is not looked on very favorably, especially outside of St. Julian's and Paceville. Dress respectfully when visiting churches. As a guide, remove any hats and sunglasses and make sure your knees and shoulders are covered. Some churches, especially those on popular package tours, provide shawls and/or skirts for any inappropriately-dressed visitors. You may be refused entry to a church if there is a service going on that has already started, make sure you arrive promptly if you wish to see them. Nudity on beaches is unusual in Malta and is not recommended, though the Maltese look upon the practice with amusement rather than offence. Homosexuality, while tolerated, is quite frowned upon by locals of the older generation; the younger generation accepts it to a larger extent but not fully. Still, public displays of affection of same-sex individuals is generally not recommended. "Fashionably late" is a Maltese credo so don't be surprised if they are often late for appointments.

Information from wikitravel.org*

Travel Safe

Malta is, generally, quite a safe country with little in the way of violent crime or political disturbances. Petty theft does occur, so keep an eye on your belongings, especially at the beach.

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* ecotourdirectory.com is not responsible for the travel advice and travel with respect sections on this page. We would strongly advise that before traveling to Malta you consult your countries embassy for the lastest guidance.

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