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Ferry connection Sliema-Valletta | Valletta-Sliema

Ferry connection Sliema-Valletta | Valletta-Sliema

You can’t really believe it but there is a ferry connection between Valletta and Sliema. The transfer takes 5 minutes and starts every 30 minutes or hour - depending on the season.

For more information you can call: ‘The Marsamxetto Stream Ferry Co. Ltd. ‘ on number: 2346 3862. We couldn’t find a website about this.

The schedule can be asked for in any travel agency.

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