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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.

Of course, not everyone is like this, but the majority. The worst drivers are the taxi driver and the driver of the small red minibuses.

Fuel


Fuel is quite cheap. One liter unleaded costs around €1.Petrol Stations are normally open around the clock.
Opening times:
  with attendant without attendant
Monday - Friday 8.00am - 5.00pm o’clotk 05.01pm - 07.59am
Saturday 8.00am - 12.00am Uhr 05.01pm - 07.59am
Sunday geschlossen 08.00am - 07.59am

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The only public transport vehicle is the BUS

The bus-system is very easy to understand. A bus always goes two ways, either to Valletta or from Valletta away. In front of the gate of Valletta there is a huge roundabout - that’s the main bus-terminus in Malta. Some buses are also directly linking two cities between the north and south, but most of the buses are stopping in Valletta.

Mdina - the old capital

Mdina is the old capital city of Malta and lies on the south-western part of the island. You could say only a little bit in the outback. Beside it is Rabat. The population of Mdina is around 400 people. It is quite impossible that the population can increase, because the whole city resembles more a castle or fort then a city. The city lies 190mtrs above sea level (that’s quite high for Maltese landscape) and is surrounded with slopes on three sides. The city has almost the form of a square and is very strong fortified.

Gnejna Bay

This bay is not far away from the Golden Bay. It can be reached on foot, with some effort, from Golden Bay, but the landscape and the cliffs make this a bit difficult. A road leads to the bay and with a car getting there is much faster.




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