Transportation
 
Getting to Malta
Air Malta and other international airlines link Malta with the major European and North African cities. There are daily connections to London and Rome as well as frequent direct flights to Milan, Brussels, Paris, Frankfurt, Zurich, Athens, Tunis, Cairo, Tel Aviv and Dubai. The main (and only) airport in Malta is Malta Iternational Airport. Visit the Air Malta and the Malta International Website websites for more information on how to get to Malta by plane.

To reach Valletta from the airport you can catch the X4 bus which will take you directly to the bus terminus in Valletta. Hotels are within a few minutes' walking distance. Have a look at our detailed map for more information.
Local Transport
The local public tansport system consists mainly of a bus service. The main bus terminus is in Valletta which services the rest of the island. Have a look at the Malta Public Transport website for more information. The bus fares are:

  • 2 Euros:  Single Journey (valid for 2-hours); cash ticket purchased on the bus
  • 15 Euros: 12 Single Day Journeys
  • 21 Euros: 7-day Explore card, allowing unlimited travel for 7 days.  

The 15 Euro and 21 Euro cards can be purchased at various Sales and Information Offices, including at the airport.  For a full list of these outlets, see: https://www.publictransport.com.mt/..en/where-to-buy-explore-card-12-journey-card

Taxi
A taxi service from the Malta International Airport to Valletta costs approximately €20 or less. For more information on taxi fares click here.