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How to Plan Your Malta Tour?

Best Time to Visit: Malta has a Mediterranean climate and is suitable for traveling all year around. Peak season is from January to October.
Major Cities for International Flights: Valletta (capital), St. Julian's, Mdina, Victoria
Visa: A Schengen visa can be used for a Malta trip. The USA, Canada, Australia passport holders, and citizens of EU and EEA countries do not need a visa and are allowed to stay up to 90 days.
Money Tips: Euro is the official currency. Visa and Master cards are widely accepted, even for taxis. Cash is needed but not too much. ATMs are all over the country, but you need to pay to withdraw cash.
  • 1-2 Days
    For history and culture buffs, St. John's Co-Cathedral, Barrakka Gardens, the Three Cities, HAL Saflieni Hypogeum, Hagar Qim, Mdina and Marsaxlokk Fishing Village would be the most attractive sites. For natural explorers, Blue Grotto, Dingli Cliffs and Gozo Island are the best choices. While for sea lovers, the Comino and Gozo islands are the must-go.
  • 3-4 Days
    Most classical Malta tour packages take 3-4 days. Spend two days to learn the history and culture, admire the architecture at Valletta and Mdina, have one day to the south coast of Malta island to enjoy the gorgeous scenery of Blue Grotto and Dingli Cliffs, and if you still have one more day, Gozo Island will not disappoint you.
  • 5-7 Days
    A 5 to 7-day Malta trip offers you a panoramic view of this small island country. In addition to the top attractions, you will have plenty of time to wander in the medieval town of Mdina, taste fresh seafood at Marsaxlokk Fishing Village, or have a trip around the harbour on a traditional Dghajsa (a type of gondola) or a motor boat.

Trip Planning FAQs

Will I meet the language barrier when travelling in Malta?
No language barrier if you speak English since both Maltese and English are the official languages of Malta. Italian is also widely spoken.
What is the best way to travel around Malta?
What are the best snorkeling spots in islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino?
Can I take a ferry from Sicily to Malta?
Do I need to tip the guide and driver during my Malta tours? How much to tip?
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