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Flights to Malta

 

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Ferries

Ferries to Gozo

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Taxis

  • Taxis are metered
  • The fare rate is fixed by the government
  • If the meter is not turned on agree price before setting off
  • Taxi ranks can be found at:-
    • Luqa airport
    • Harbours
    • Outside many hotels
  • Check with your hotel reception for a local Taxi telephone number
  • A price list for common Taxi destinations is often displayed in your hotels.
  • Taxis are cheaper than the UK

 

Water Taxis - Dghajsas

  • Similar in appearance to Italian gondolas, they were originaly used to transport goods and people to and from ships anchored in Grand harbour
  • Now used for harbour trips and as passenger ferries across grand harbour, usually between the Valletta Custom house to either Senglea or Vittoriosa near the Maritime Museum
  • The fare is a matter of negotiation
  • Note the "Eye of Osiris" on the boats high prow, the eye is a protection against evil.
  • These boats are used in the in the regatta races every 7th September