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WATCH: Tourists open up about what they like and don’t like about Malta

They say that it’s the first impression which counts. This was confirmed by tourists from different countries who were at the end of their holiday in Malta, who spoke to TVM about what they liked and did not like about the island.

In the eyes of tourists, Malta is a spectacular destination, with many of those whom we met at the airport before they departed for their home country, mentioning the natural beauty of the islands, especially the beaches, the rich history and the Maltese themselves.

See what some tourists had to say about Malta and the Maltese. The majority of those we spoke to said they would not mind coming back to visit Malta again.

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