While there are no direct flights to Malta from North America at present you may choose to stay in a nearby country for an extended stay or stop. Like Europe driving is on the left side of the road. The streets can be narrow so hiring a driver maybe a better option or hop a bus as they due serve a majority of the tourist areas.
In Malta the people speak both English & Maltese. Their local currency is euros. Your best experience maybe staying in a guest or farm house.
3 of the World Heritage sites are found here in Malta including The Hal Saflieni Hypogeum. Malta once a country stricken by war is now a beautiful place to visit museums, churches, a falconry center, or stop from your cruise for a day tour.
There is so much to see and do here you will want to come back to explore more. To find out more about Malta contact us.
Photos from our clients
Laurie arranged a private guide to meet us at our ship and give us a tour and the history of Malta and it,s culture. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable, very open to questions, considerate and friendly. We enjoyed a delicious lunch of Maltese cuisine at the very popular Bakery before returning to our ship. A wonderful experience on this tour.