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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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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.

Sliema

Sliema offers some swimming possibilities. The majority of the coast consists of rocks; however there are also small areas with sand. It is not an excellent beach; however it serves its purpose. Many tourists come for a short sun bath here.

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.


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