Despite the small size of the Maltese archipelago, the transport network is very well developed. The price is often assigned by a taxi driver in the most of taxi services (taking into account the distance, time, company-specific rates), then it would be appropriate to bargain with the driver, since the rates for the transfer from the airport in Malta may seem overpriced.
The main form of transport in Malta is bus. The schedule depends on the season, changing the traffic intervals. Be sure to order a transfer in Malta to avoid troubles with the local bus schedule and the necessity to bargain with the taxi drivers. Our rates are fixed and do not depend on the time of day and season. Overpricing of rates is excluded - you know the final price of the transfer in advance. Moreover, If you book a transfer from the airport of Malta and the driver will meet you with the nameplate, so you will not have to wander around the airport to find your car.
Taxis in Malta
Taxis in Malta are the most common form of transport after buses, but it is quite expensive. Almost all the cars are "Mercedes’s". You are able to take a taxi only in parking lots. It is more convenient to use the bus routes, which cover almost the whole island. Local buses are the hallmark of the island - the old, yellow, they look similar to the museum exhibits. Or you can book a transfer in Malta and choose the car class you prefer.
But it is worth noting that, unfortunately, the public transport system also has its shortcomings - all routes are connected through a central bus station in the capital of Malta - Valetta, so you are likely to have every time willy-nilly ride through Valletta. Besides, the rates depend on the region you are traveling. We advise to book a transfer in Malta in advance and you won’t have to worry about the price and be sure of the route, so during your trip you will have time to enjoy the surrounding views.
Malta is an island state, the former British colony in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Sicily. Only three islands of the archipelago are inhabited: Malta, Gozo and Comino. The capital of Malta - Valletta – is always noisy and lively. Malta daily attracts the crowds. Despite the fact that Malta - almost the most southern point of Europe, the weather may well surprise the unprepared traveler.
However, the winters are quite mild and the summers are long and hot. Regarding the history of the island, according to historians, Malta is home to the oldest man-made monuments of human civilization. Any roadside stone might be a part of a temple or a medieval castle, imperceptible at first sight track in the limestone may actually be traces of ancient carts. Book a transfer in Malta and we will deliver you to any place with ease.