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Malta

Malta is so tiny country, on the territory of Kyiv could fit almost 3 of these, but, despite the size and the landscapes that may seem deserted, it attracts tourists powerful medieval fortress, modest, but clean and cozy beaches, ancient temples and dungeons. In addition, near the coast of Malta is much popular among divers places, because the sea there fantastically transparent and blue.

When to go

Malta’s climate is Mediterranean, which means that winters are mild and summers hot and dry. However, thanks to the sea winds, and the narrow streets of the towns and villages, the heat is quite tolerable. Despite the fact that the average winter temperature is +14, and in summer +26, it is possible to travel to Malta at any time. The only thing you have to know the most hot season lasts from July to September.

Features visa

To obtain a visa to come to the Embassy personally. The process of obtaining visas to Malta can accelerate the possession of a Schengen visa in the last 12 months or current visa in USA.

When making a tour to Malta through a travel Agency, the visa is issued upon entry. The immigration office of Malta is directed immigration application form, after consideration of which gives a confirmation of visa.

On a trip you need to take a photo. If you get a visa on arrival, you should submit the documents to the Embassy of Malta to obtain the registration Continue reading

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