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Malta is a must-visit location because of the distinctive combination of history, culture, and natural beauty it offers. 

On this small but varied Mediterranean island, you can experience a wide variety of activities thanks to its magnificent beaches, antiquated temples, and charming cities.

So if you’ve never been to Malta, browse through our Malta travel guide.

While renting a car is often a necessity when traveling abroad, Malta’s small size makes public transport ideal. We found Malta’s public bus network cheap and incredibly reliable to get around. With a commitment to safety and efficiency, they proved invaluable on our trip.

If you prefer to drive, there are a few options. These include the usual options such as taxis or ride-sharing apps like Uber. However, Malta offers a few more interesting ways to get around. Namely, water taxis!

Starting from both Sliema and Senglea and making their way to Valletta, water taxis offer an exciting alternative to taking the bus. As far as we’re concerned, you can’t visit Malta and not give one of these a try. Amazing views, a short trip over water, and reasonable pricing make water taxis a convenient novelty.




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