Malta is a little jewel and warrants more than the partial day we spent there. Its history is also complicated but somewhat more interesting to me than Sicily's. The infrastructure is modern so getting around the island is easy. It is so small that nothing is very far away. Ferries are available to take tourists to the other two inhabited islands, Gozo, and Comino. Maltese cuisine is more varied than the typical Sicilian foods we were offered. It is probably hard to justify a long flight to such a small island but if Malta is on the way to somewhere else you are heading for, it is well worth your time and money to visit. Be warned though, it is equally hot or hotter in Malta than in Sicily in August/September.
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