Malta and Gozo have been waiting for this day for quite a few weeks now. The tourist season is officially open and Malta’s airport can get busier with multiple flights from all-over Europe welcome their first passengers coming here on holiday.
Restrictions and health measures are still in place and will be for some more time however others have been eased such as wearing mask on public beaches and whilst swimming, restaurants being kept open for longer with tables of 4 people and 6 people by the 7th June.
Covid 19 guidelines on travelling to Malta have been published and those in possession of a vaccine passport are amongst the ones who will not require a negative PCR test on boarding. Those who have not been vaccinated or do not yet have the vaccine passport can still travel with more vigilance as a negative PCR test is required.
Amongst all this wedding celebrations are now welcomed and many couples are eagerly waiting for their big day to finally celebrate their love with their guests as an extension to their own ‘bubble’
We are also looking forward to having our couples over and with them celebrate their big day with more energy, more commitment and more ways to be happy beyond the obvious.