Youth Travel Circle

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Youth Travel Circle is Maltese youth organization for people between ages of 16 and 30. It's mostly known for organizing annual music festival L-Għanja tal-Poplu and for running Verdala Youth Hostel.

Youth Travel Circle (YTC) was founded in 1967 as part of church's Emigrants' Commission to help and cater youth coming abroad to Malta. YTC started also to organize travel for Maltese youths who helped organizing activities to guests.

When travel became more widespread and several travel agencies started organizing tours, original aim YTC was founded for became less important and YTC became more of a social organization.

It was founded in 1967 by Fr Maurice Mifsud a Roman Catholic Priest from Birkirkara Malta.

The Headquarters of the Youth Travel Circle are at Merchants Street, at Valletta.