Travel to Malta

Malta is a small island located in the heart of the Mediterranean and serves well as a tourist destination all year round. The main languages ​​are Maltese and English, so you do not need to take a language course before. Malta is actually a very interesting island with a mix of London, Italy, Africa and Arabia. The island is known for its crystal clear waters and rocky beaches, which are ideal for snorkeling and diving. In fact, Malta has so many caves and coral reefs that many choose to take their diving certificate right here.

Cities in Malta

According to Neovideogames, Malta has several cities, some of which have just begun to be discovered by tourists. Sliema, Bugibba / Qawra and St. Julians are some of them. The capital of the island is called Valetta and has long been known by both sun worshipers and casino owners. Malta is a tax haven and many who open online casino sites buy their license from here. It is considered very good and beneficial for players. The old capital is called Mdina and has several temples and paintings from times gone by. Malta also has some small islands like Gozo and Comino where you can get by boat from the ports. At Grand Harbor are Senglea, Cospicua and Vittoriosa known as “The Three Cities” and they are even older than Valetta.

Things to do in Malta

In addition to relaxing or playing casino games at the land-based casinos, you can walk, snorkel and beer. Valetta and Mdina have some real gold nuggets in the form of temples and knights’ castles and if the modernity you are looking for is Sliema and St. Julian’s some good choices. Architecture and art abound in Valetta and the city is largely completely intact. In addition to the cities, there are a number of smaller villages in Malta and they all have their own riches to show off. Be sure to visit as many people as possible during your stay and take note of their history before continuing the journey. Also do not forget Marsaxlokk in the south with its large fish market on Sundays.

Get around Malta

In addition to tourists and some tax evaders, Malta has lots of different nationalities staying here. Many come from Great Britain but you can also come across a lot of Swedes here. From one city to another it is not far. From the north island to the south it takes only 60 minutes by bus and from the airport located at the city of Luqa, buses go to all the cities. Even from the bus station in Valetta you can go basically anywhere on the island. Ticket prices between SEK 5-12. There are also many taxis here and they are not expensive either. About SEK 140 for a trip from the airport to Valetta, it costs.

How to get to Malta?

If you want to holiday in Malta, you do not have to apply for long. This includes both low-cost flights such as Ryanair and Norwegian (the latter from Copenhagen and Oslo) and SAS from Stockholm. You can also take another airline such as Lufthansa or Air Malta and change in Frankfurt. Of course, several charter companies go here as well. Thus, it does not have to cost the shirt to gain access to this rich history and the turquoise blue water that Malta is so famous for.

Stay in Malta

This island has both cheap and luxury hotels but the prices are not too high, no matter where you live. Food is also very cheap here and you usually do not pay more than 150-250 SEK / person for a whole dinner with wine in Malta.

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