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Travel to Malta


Getting to Malta is a breeze with a multitude of airlines serving the island. Key Maltese carriers include KM Malta and Malta Air (a subsidiary of RyanAir). Additionally, travelers can choose from various international airlines such as Wizz Air, British Airways, Turkish Airlines, Lufthansa, SWISS, EasyJet, Luxair, and more. With a diverse range of options, your journey to Malta is seamlessly connected.


When it comes to accommodation in Malta, the options are abundant. From a variety of hotels in Malta listed on Visit Malta,, Trivago, TripAdvisor, and more, to the flexibility of booking an accomodation available on both Airbnb and Whether you prefer the convenience of a hotel or the charm of a local home/apartment, finding the perfect stay for your Malta visit is easy and diverse.

Travel around Malta

On Land

To explore Malta by land, the Malta Public Transport offers a convenient option. A travel card ensures free rides, while without it, each journey costs 2.50 euros, valid for 2 hours. Book your trip at Additionally, various cab services, including eCabs, Bolt, Uber, and Malta Taxi, provide efficient transportation. For more autonomy, consider renting your own car or motorcycle to roam the beautiful landscapes of Malta at your own pace.

By Sea

Discover the charm of Malta by sea with multiple ferry and water taxi options offering affordable prices. Experience the swift and cost-effective services of the Gozo Fast Ferry, Gozo Channel, Valletta Ferry, and Bella Comino Ferry and many more providing a delightful way to travel freely between destinations on the beautiful Maltese island, Gozo & Comino too.

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Malta FAQs

Where is Malta located?

Malta, an island in Europe-state situated in the Mediterranean Sea, is found south of Sicily, Italy. Comprising three islands—Malta, Gozo, and Comino.

What language is spoken?

Malta boasts two official languages: Maltese and English. Additionally, many Maltese exhibit proficiency in Italian, among other languages, showcasing their innate linguistic abilities.


What side should I
drive on?

In Malta, driving is on the left side of the road, and there is a standard speed limit of 50 km/h in built-up areas and 80 km/h on open roads. Specific speed restrictions may be in place and will be clearly indicated by signposts.

What is Malta's currency?

The primary currency in Malta is the Euro (EUR). While Visa credit cards are widely accepted, it's advisable to inform the credit card company about travel plans in advance to ensure a seamless experience during your vacation and avoid any potential inconveniences.

Discover Global Wines in Malta 

Welcome to the Malta International Wine Festival, a celebration that brings the world together through a rich tapestry of fine wines in the heart of Malta. Join us for an extraordinary oenophilic journey, where vintners from around the globe will showcase their unique flavors and winemaking traditions. Our event is a symphony of tastes and cultures, featuring an exquisite blend of international and local Maltese wines.

Wine Bottle Selection

Arrive at Argotti Gardens, Floraina

Conveniently reach the Malta International Wine Festival by opting for Malta's public transport. Head to any nearby bus station and look for the side where underneath the bus numbers its marked as "Valletta", wait for those busses, and then stop at the "Sarrija bus stop". Floriana is right next to the capital city, therefore, the majority of buses pass through, making it a hassle-free route to our festival grounds. 

For a comfortable and direct ride, consider using Malta's popular cab services. Prioritize convenience by downloading apps from major taxi providers, including ecabs, Bolt, Uber and Malta Taxi. With just a few taps, you'll have a reliable cab at your service, ensuring a stress-free arrival and departure from the festival.

Choose the transportation mode that suits your preferences, and we look forward to welcoming you at Malta International Food Festival for an unforgettable experience!

Weather in June

June brings in warm and sunny days in Malta, creating a pleasant atmosphere without the scorching heatwaves common in July and August. The average temperature hovers around 24.4°C, with daytime highs reaching around 29°C and nighttime lows at a comfortable 18°C. Rain is a rare guest, with an average of only 5mm throughout the month. In fact, many weeks may pass without a single drop of rain, emphasizing the dry and arid nature of Malta's June. So, pack your sunglasses, light clothes, and get ready to enjoy the delightful weather during your visit!

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