Malta travel

Malta travelMalta is an archipelago in the central Mediterranean between Sicily and the North African coast. It’s a nation known for historic sites related to a succession of rulers including the Romans, Moors, Knights of Saint John, French and British. It has numerous fortresses, megalithic temples and the Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum, a subterranean complex of halls and burial chambers. However, here we will give some travel tips and advice how to make your journey more exciting.

Driving in Malta
If you decide to go around despite the islands, you have two main options. One is to rent a car, but keep in mind that traffic is back on Bulgarian and driving in Malta is not for everyone.

Public transport in Malta
Public transport, on the other hand is incorrect, late and is so structured that constantly have to return to the same starting point. If you want to tour the coast for example, you will need to continually return to Valletta and from there take a bus to the next destination that otherwise you have been very close, but to which no direct transport from smaller towns. If you choose this way of movement, allow more time.

Cruises and tour by boat in Malta
There is a company cruise and excursion boats Malta – Captain Morgan. From there, you have several options for cruises – half-day and full-day by touring the coast and visit the sights. Check the program carefully – some cruises are little stops and are suitable for those who like to relax on board, not to sightsee. Be sure to check the weather forecast for the day, which will sail to not find yourself green with 7:00 to ship in rough seas. You must wear a bathing suit, because it stops at beaches for holidays.

Malta travel advicePrices in Malta
Prices in Malta are similar to Bulgarian, a little higher. For example, 2 juice, coffee and water will come out about 6 euros.

Excursions in Malta
Even if you are traveling alone is a good idea to find a Bulgarian tour in Malta. There is a choice of guides in Bulgarian, who have a thorough knowledge will give you lots of information about life on the island and will organize transport between the landmarks that would otherwise lose much time.

Beaches in Malta
In most places in Malta shores are rocky and the water is down stairs and platforms. There are several sandy beaches for fans of this type shores. On the island of Malta look Mellieha Bay, Ghajn Tuffieha and Golden Bay. On the island of Gozo – Ramla l-Hamra, Armier, Paradise Bay. The entire island is rocky, there is a lot of greenery and the water is very salty. The season is eight months from April to October is appropriate to visit. Even on New Year weather is nice and although it is not for the beach, temperatures are usually around 17-20 degrees.

Hotels in Malta
If you want all-inclusive holiday, there are several complex on the island to choose from. If you keep you away from the crowd and really can find privacy, go to the smallest island of Comino, where there is only one five-star hotel. Note that hotels often do not meet the stars (4 stars meet more 3).

Food in Malta
Be sure to try the local melons – honey, incredibly sweet, they are a special variety, which is grown only in Malta. Grab a sweet syrup and carob (haruba / locust bean gum). It looks like a Maltese honey and dissolve it in water or tea when you hurt your throat. Try and dorado fish – like trout, very tasty.