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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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Paceville

Paceville is the entertainment centre in Malta! There you can find bars, discos, cafes, cinema, shopping complexes/shopping malls(clothing, shoes, books, watches, jewellery, well, just everything), souvenir shops, casinos, nightclubs, bowling, games arcades, restaurants(Maltese, English, Italian, Turkish, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Korean, etc.), hotels, the Hilton tower(also known as Portomaso Tower), supermarkets, a small beach, a yacht-harbour, and much more. There is also a quite large shopping complex, known as Bay-Street Complex. Spread on four floors, you can find whatever you need.

Casinos

There are four larger casinos on Malta. The best known is the Dragonara Casino in St. Julians/Paceville. Some people even come all the way from Sicily with their yachts to gamble here.

GOZO

Gozo has something to offer which Malta does not have. For example on one hand the Azure Window, a naturally formed arch on the coast. On the other hand the capital Victoria with the small romantic lanes and the large bastions, from which one has an excellent view of the whole of Gozo and parts of Malta and Comino. Then there is the beautiful beach, the Ramla Bay, and the historical temples of Ggantija. In addition the flair of the island and the inhabitants is a completely different one than in Malta.




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