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5 favourite places in Malta & Gozo with Eurovision starlet Michela Pace
The nation's sweetheart!

Nicole Parnis

Eurovision fever is real and it's just one day until our very own Gozo girl gets to represent us in Israel with her absolute bop - Chameleon!

Michela

Between rehearsals, we got to have a chat with X Factor winner Michela Pace about her favourite places to visit in Malta and her home, Gozo, and it seems like Michela absolutely loves the history of the Maltese Islands - who could forget that when she sang Inti Djamant in the X factor finals AND in front of the Eurovision press panel? Here's what Michela had to share. 

1. Valletta, Malta

Valletta tops my list - I love its beautiful architecture.

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2. Birgu, Malta

Because of its outstanding scenery!

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3. Victoria, Gozo

I love this place because it’s where I can call home. It also has a mixture of past and present - even walking in the streets of this place makes you feel as if you are travelling back in time.

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4. Ramla l-Ħamra, Gozo

The nicest beach we have in the Maltese Islands! Apart from this, this beach brings back so many memories of when I was younger and used to go swimming here almost every day during my summer holidays. 

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5. Mġarr ix-Xini, Gozo

I just love its breathtaking views!

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Thank You Michela, and all the best of luck in the Eurovision! 

15th May 2019


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Nicole Parnis is a writer and lifestyle blogger with a passion for music and a penchant for anything retro. She loves nothing more than rummaging for new vinyl records on a Sunday with her chihuahua Frankie.

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