Maltese nightlife is vibrant and diverse and Maltese people love to be outdoors especially during Summer. You can choose to dine in one of the many international restaurants available, dance the night away in one of Paceville’s nightclubs, go to a village feast and marvel at the fireworks display, or just stroll along the Sliema promenade eating ice-cream.
Most of the bars and nightclubs are situated in Paceville where you can also find 2 casinos, a cinema complex and bowling alley. St.Julians has a wide choice of excellent restaurants to choose from, catering for all tastes and budgets.
The area of Sliema, where our school is situated, is a busy commercial centre by day and a popular evening town by night. Here you will find many cafes and bars which are the ideal venue for a relaxed light supper, a bottle of wine or a coffee and a chat with friends.
The capital city of Valletta is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the cultural centre of the island. It is the place to be for theatre, art exhibitions, and dance and musical productions. The city’s narrow streets are filled with cosy wine bars and restaurants, usually housed in old cellars or buildings retaining many of their original features. Valletta provides a unique atmosphere and experience and you will want to return again and again to discover more secrets of this fascinating city.