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Shopping in Malta - outlets, shopping streets and boutiques

Spinola Bay, St Julians, Malta, from the pool deck of the Juliani Hotel Shopping in Malta is not a priority for recreation, but the country offers excellent opportunities for combining beach and sightseeing with shopping in local shops and supermarkets. After Christmas, the stores begin the main season of sales, which continues until March. Discounts are part of the culture of the Maltese. In a small shop or souvenir store, you can always ask the seller for an additional discount of up to 20%. The seller has the right to refuse or to bargain, however discounts to buyers are given often enough. Another important feature of shopping in Malta is siesta; shops do not work at lunchtime. Most of them open at 9AM in the morning and work until 1PM, then open again at 4PM and work until 7PM.
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Large shopping centers operate until 10PM. On Sundays and holidays, stores are usually closed. Exceptions may be souvenir shops or large supermarkets, but they also have a shorter working day. The products of European manufactures in Malta are quite expensive, but they are all of high quality. Malta is a country of artisans, and therefore stores offer a wide range of locally produced goods. Maltese glass, textiles and wickerwork are especially valued. The largest city for shopping is Valletta, the capital of the state. The shops in this city are concentrated on the main street - the Republic Street, which runs practically through the whole city.
In Valletta, many shops and beauty salons offer tastings directly on the street. In the city there are several large shopping centers like The Savoy; where you can find brands of both foreign and Maltese designers and Embassy, which presents a huge selection of clothes and accessories. In most shopping centers, there are non-standard brands for the European buyer like Moods, Flic Kers, Diosa, Fel2, Noa and Isterika. Clothes from the Maltese designers are distinguished by originality and creativity. Feminine models, emphasizing the beauty of the figure with the help of deep cuts, lace and bright details are always in fashion. One of the best shoes stores is Darmanin, its models are also distinguished by unusual design solutions and high quality. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
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On Sundays in the central square of Valletta there is a huge market where you can buy food products, sweets, spices, souvenirs and products from local artisans. Another center of trade in Malta is the city of Sliema. In this small town you can start shopping from any place, it is literally packed with small shops. The largest shopping center is The Point, where the European brands Mango, Zara, Promod, and Benetton are represented. Another major shopping complex is the Plaza, where you can also find clothes, shoes and accessories from European and local manufacturers. The largest shopping street of Sliema is the Tower Road. It displays boutiques of different brands and is on it is located one of the most amazing shops of ethnic souvenirs - Mil Ideas.
Fort, The Grand Harbour, Valletta-Three Cities, Malta Another popular place for shopping in Malta is the town of St. Julians. It can be reached on foot from Sliema in just half an hour. Shopping is best at Paceville Square. In addition to traditional brands, among the boutiques there is Misto store; where exclusive women's items are sold, boutique G with bright and feminine models for parties, and an art goods store with a huge selection of souvenirs. For the famous Maltese glass, you should go to Ta Ali, the village of artisans. In addition to glassware, lace products and various souvenirs, including door handles are sold at this place, to which the Maltese treat with special respect.
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Maltese jewelry, especially Maltese silver, is also valued. Local artisans create real works of art from this metal: crosses with openwork patterns, earrings, and bracelets are very popular with tourists. Jewelry made of glass beads, which are produced on the island of Gozo look very beautiful. Very often as souvenirs from Malta people bring jewelry. Local women know a lot about jewelry, so this direction is especially relevant among local producers. A bright memory of the recreation in Malta will be souvenirs depicting the symbols of the Maltese Knight's Order.
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Shopping malls, boutiques and outlets in top cities of Malta

Valletta
In search of original presents, many travelers are sent to Liberty Square. There, are located numerous souvenir shops and art workshops, that offer traditional souvenirs and exclusive crafts from local craftsmen. Incredibly beautiful glassware, fine lace, luxurious jewelry and hand-tied clothes from goat's wool - all these and many other items can be bought in the shops on the square. Connoisseurs of jewelry should definitely visit The Silversmith's Shop. They sell extraordinary silver … Read more
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The most popular clothing stores and shopping centres are concentrated in Sliema, among them is the largest store on the island- Zara. It is located near the waterfront and occupies a beautiful two-storey house, the area of the store is about 2,000 square meters. The first floor is completely dedicated to women's clothing and accessories, and on the second floor, you will find men's clothing and clothing items for children. There are sales and promotions almost all year round in the store. … Read more
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You can also buy alcohol as a souvenir. The liquor, made from the cactus fruit will definitely impress your friends and relatives with its distinctive taste. You can buy it on the island and in the airport on your way back home. But the first variant is preferable if you want to save your money. If you want to buy something healthy, try carob tree syrup, it’s called Gulepp Tal-Harrub in Maltese. The locals use it as a medicine when they catch a cold. Sea salt is also a popular … Read more

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