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The Pep Talk
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We live in a country where having a quiet getaway without meeting anyone you know is unheard of, where getting lost on purpose is basically impossible, and where you can find yourself on the other side of the islands in … Read More

Dr. Edward Duca about his IAESTE Internship
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My IAESTE experience helped me grow up. – Dr. Edward Duca My placement at the age of 19 was for work experience in a lab in Emden, Germany. I still remember it as one of the best summers of my … Read More

A Belgian Invasion.
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Twinnings between IAESTE Branches are a great way to build connections and friendships. In these last couple of months we organized a twinning with LC Ghent and LC Brussels in Belgium. In fact, we visited their wonderful country in March, where … Read More

Places to visit

Valletta:

National Museum of Archaeology

National Museum of Fine Arts

National War Museum

The Palace Armoury

St. John’s Co-Cathedral and Museum

Fort St. Elmo

Auberges

Upper & Lower Baracca Gardens

Valletta Fortifications

The Grand Master’s Palace

Three Cities:

Fort St. Angelo

Maritime Museum

Inquisitor’s Palace

Auberges & Fortifications

Fort Rinella

Fort Ricasoli

Rabat & Mdina:

Roman Villa

Museum of Roman Antiquities

St. Paul’s Catacombs

St. Agatha’s Catacombs

Mdina Cathedral Museum

Southern Malta:

Ghar Dalam Cave & Museum

Hal Saflieni Hypogeum

Tarxien Temples

Hagar Qim & Mnajdra Temples

Western Malta:

Blue Grotto

Dingli Cliffs

Northern Malta:

Victoria Lines

Mosta Dome

Gozo:

Ggantija Temples

Xewkija Rotunda

Toy Museum

Dwejra Azure Window & Inland Sea

The Citadel

Folklore Museum

Cathedral Museum

Xerri’s Grotto

Churches

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Bus Fares

 

Malta or Gozo:

2 Hour: €1.30

Day: €1.50

7 Day: €6.50

30 Day: €26.00

90 Day:€72.00

Night single: €2.50

Please note these tickets can be used in Malta only.

Also not that Days tickets do not include night buses.

Note that Tickets Bought from Malta cannot be used in Gozo and vice versa.

Everyone who travels on a bus must have a valid ticket. Passengers who fail to purchase a ticket, or are not able to show the correct travel ticket may be liable to a penalty fare of €10.


Night bus services cost €2.50 for a single journey.  You can purchase Night bus tickets from ticket vending machines or you can simply buy from the driver as you get on the bus. It helps the driver if you are able to offer the right change for your fare.
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Please visit the websites of the following airlines for information about flights to Malta:
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Citizens of the countries mentioned hereunder do NOT require a visa to enter Malta if staying on the Maltese Islands for up to three months:

Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic,

Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia,

Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal,

Republic of Korea, Romania, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, United States of America, Uruguay.

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