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Life and Work in Malta

Life and Work in Malta

Whoever wants to come to Malta to live and work here should first try to get a work permit. Malta is a member-state of the European Union, however the island is very small and to protect the citizens and the economy special conditions were introduced.

Except of this it’s nothing special. There are numerous real estate agents. The commission fees are quite low (the price of half month’s rental fee).

If you don’t want to spend so much money you can go around the streets and look for some signs with the words: to let. Just give them a call. It’s not as easy as to charge an agent who, picks you up, shows you an array of apartments and returns you home. You can also find a small selection of apartments in the daily newspaper; however some of the advertisements are from real estate agents.

The apartments in Malta are normally fully furnished. In winter people heat their homes with electricity- or gas-heaters. Cable/Digital TV costs extra. Telephone and Internet service is quite cheap.

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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.

Prices in Malta

The cost of living is comparably average. Approximately 2/3 of the products consumed have to be imported from abroad. Unfortunately, the small market allows many monopolies to emerge.

San Gwann

San Gwann is a calm residential area. It lies central on the east-coast of Malta and is sourounded by Swieqi in the north, St. Julians, Sliema and Gzira in the east and Msida and Birkirkara in the south. Westwards are fields and Naxxar. The main road of Malta passes directly at San Gwann. What to see in San Gwann? In San Gwann is nothing exceptional to see. It‘s just a calm residential area.


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