At last, Malta is back in print. The first printing of this edition had to be thrown out due to printing errors, so this map has been unavailable for far too long. Although the country is modest in size, it is historically rich and popular with tourists. The double-sided map shows the main island of Malta on one side, and the smaller island of Gozo on the reverse, as well as inset maps of Valletta, Bugibba, Marsaskala, Mdina, and Victoria. For history buffs, Valletta can’t be beat, but the touristic city of Bugibba contains most of the resort hotels. Mdina, a walled city, is a World Heritage site. as is Victoria, a hilltop market town with a still-formidable citadel. The legacy of the Knights of St. john are everywhere. This is a very interesting and popular country to visit and a proud member of the EU.