"Taxiin Malta are white or all..." Malta Transportation Tip by erikute3534
Malta Transportation: 225 reviews and 230 photos
Taxiin Malta are white or all black. The Black ones are private company owned. All taxis are fitted with meters, however they often like to switch them off or not use them. It is advisable to agree or pay in advance or have your taxi arrangements sorted prior to using their services.
Luqa International Airport is no more than 15 minutes drive from the Capital -Valletta, and 45 minutes drive to Cirkewwa ferry Harbor. Taxis are available at the Airport but are generally sligthly more expensive .
Virtu Ferries-Tel: +356 318854 Fax +356 314533(operates high speed catamaran ferry services between Malta and Sicily in 90 minutes)
Driving in Malta: Driving s on the left. There is a speed limit of 80km/hr- 50mph on highways and 50kph in urban areas. Third party insurance is standard by law.
Local Public Transport:
Most buses start their routes from the Valletta Bus Terminus located just outside the entrance to the City and radiate to all points in Malta. Recently, buses that run direct trips between tourist areas have been instituted. These routes only operate during the summer season. Busses leave from City Gate in Valletta passing between villages and towns, stopping mostly near or in the vicinity of the parish church or church square. Busses in Malta are Yellow with an orange central stripe. The Bus Service on Malta offers an extremely cheap and efficient way of touring around. The only drawback is that all busses start and end up in Valletta. ie. to get to any other town you may need to get to Valletta first, then take another to another town.
Busses in Gozo: The main Bus Terminus is in Victoria, operating circular routes leaving and returning to Victoria.
More Transportation in Malta (3)
More Reviews (31)
- See All Walking - family, historical -tours
- Shopping in Malta
- See All Blue Grotto - Wied...
- See All When using puplic transport,...
- See All Discos. Those seeking the...
erikute3534's Related Pages
Have you been to Malta?Share Your Travels