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Car Rental

You should consider renting a car in Malta if you want to fully discover the island, especially if you are a small group of people. The price of hiring a car nearly compensate the price 5 persons would have to pay to go by bus and it is more comfortable and saves time.

Maltese driving style and fuel / fuel station

Maltese driving style and fuel / fuel station

Maltese drivers drive “crazily”. That means that they don’t attach too much importance to rules. A red light might be disregarded, speed limits are not valid for them and pedestrians should be very careful when crossing the streets. ... more

Prices, insurance and minimum age to hire a car in Malta

Prices, insurance and minimum age to hire a car in Malta

Prices vary according to model class, between €14 (the cheapest price as far as our research shows) and €49 for a car like a Peugeot 206, Kia or Fiat. Of course in Malta cars like Mercedes, BMW, Porsche, or larger cars like a Van or Minibus are also available.
The longer you hire the care, the cheaper the price will be. Students are often granted discounts. ... more












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Gozo
Hello everybody, We will be visiting Gozo for two weeks. Now we would like to know what we definitely should see on that beautiful and tranquil island. How is the public transport operating? What does it cost? Does anybody have some tips wha... Reply now >>

Re: Mates in Malta
hi mate, i am looking accomodation in malta. i am from spain and i arrived last night. can you tell me, where can i found aggencies for accomodation? this is my email: titin_181@hotmail.com... Reply now >>

Re: nightlife
There is a disco/bar/caf in gozo(near xlendi). I dont know anymore whats it called, but its quite nice and also very big!! Do you know it?... Reply now >>





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Sights in Marsaxlokk

In Marsaxlokk there isn’t much to see. The city has a nice bay, full of colorful traditional Maltese boats, also known as Dghajjes- or Luzzu-boats. The attraction #1 is the market. In the centre is a beautiful big church surrounded by old houses. Not far away from Marsaxlokk in the south lies the Fort St. Lucian. North-eastwards are an old church and the temples of Tas-Silg.

Mistra Bay

This bay is not very easy to reach, that aside however it is worth the trip. On the way from Bugibba to Mellieha one can find it. A small side road leads off the main street to the bay. The bay is not very large and unfortunately it is also very stony.

Vittoriosa (Birgu)

Vittoriosa (Birgu) is probably the nicest of the three peninsulas southwards of Valletta. The city was the first settlement around this area. When the Knights of St. John arrived in Malta in 1530 they set up camp in Vittoriosa and started to upgrade the fortifications, including the Fort St. Angelo. After the Great Siege of 1565 they moved to Valletta. Birgu has nowadays a population of 3000 and the fortifications are as impressive as those of Valletta. Behind every corner you can discover something new. The best way to enter the city is through the ‘Couvre Porte’ which was restored in 2002. Above is a modern gate which breaks through the fortification of the ‘Poste de Provence’ and is used as a road for cars.




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