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Ferry-Connection Malta-Italy | Italy-Malta

Ferry-Connection Malta-Italy | Italy-Malta

Direct ferry connections between Italy and Malta exist with Genoa, Salerno as well as Sicily (Pozzallo, Palermo, and Catania).

More information can be found on the following websites:

Grimaldi Ferries for travelling between Italy/Malta

Maresi from Valletta (Malta) to Catania (Sicily) and Reggio Calabria (I)

Virtu Ferries from Sicily to Malta

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Electricity/Sockets in Malta

In Malta the sockets used are 3-pin, British standard. On the first gaze it might look quite confusing for people who are not used to it, but it isn’t. The on/off switch is on the upper right side. Obviously if you switch it off there is no electricity on the socket and vice-versa. In this case it is switched on. The socket has three holes.

Tarxien Temple

The most popular temple in Malta can be found in the village of Tarxien and is known as the Tarxien Temple. This was accidentally discovered in the year 1916. It is said that a farmer was complaining about too many huge stones in his field - the consequence was that an archaeologist focused his attention on this field.

Marsaxlokk and the fish-market

The market in Marsaxlokk takes place every day, but on the weekend it is the biggest - especially on Sundays. Offered are fish (only till 12 o‘clock), smaller hardware, clothes, accessories, toys, souvenirs, shoes, CDs and DVDs, fruits and vegetables, etc.


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