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Malta has an incredible human legacy that can be still seen in its narrow streets, hilltop citadels, baroque churches and imposing temples. Equally impressive is Malta's natural beauty that offers a mix of rural landscapes, sparkling waters and limestone cliffs. The three islands of Comino, Gozo and Malta together offer good cuisine, beautiful coastal views, water sports and a lot of history.

The Mediterranean Sea can be seen from almost everywhere. The beaches of the island are beautiful with many breathtaking coves and spectacular diving sites. There are a number of dive sites with dramatic caves under the sea and sunken World War bombers.

Gozo and Malta also have a wealth of prehistoric sites that include the 5000 year old Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, an underground necropolis and many large temples located on top of sea cliffs. The capital of Malta is Valletta, a World Heritage Site with a very large number of beautiful historic buildings that are packed in the tiny space of the city.

Cottonera is the name that is used for three ancient and historic cities of Bormla, Isla and Birgu. The three towns are conglomerated by ancient fortifications and is the site of the Great Siege. Mdina, Malta's ancient capital is surrounded by the beautiful town of Rabat. The fortress is one of the finest in Malta with beautiful architecture and a lot of history.

Malta still has a very traditional way of life that can be seen in lesser known places like Southern Malta. Towns like Ghaxaq are often overlooked by visitors but are home to some of the best churches in Malta.

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Entry Requirements


Visitors must all hold return or onward tickets, all documents required for their next destination, and sufficient funds for maintenance during the period of their stay.

- For Australians - Australian citizens require a passport, but no visa, for a stay of up to three months.

- New Zealanders require a passport but a visa is not necessary for a stay of up to three months.

- United States citizens require a passport, but no visa, for a stay of up to three months.

- United States citizens require a passport, but no visa, for a stay of up to three months.

- British citizens must have a valid passport. A visa is not required for stays of up to three months.


Malta Holidays - Currency of Malta


The unit of currency in Malta is the Maltese Lira (MTL), which is divided into 100 cents or 1,000 mils. Banks, ATMs and exchange bureaux can be found all over the islands, as well as foreign exchange machines. Banks generally open between 8.30am and 12.30pm Monday to Friday, and until 11.30am on Saturday. Exchange Bureaux at the international airport open 24 hours a day. Many hotels, shops and restaurants accept foreign currency. Most hotels and restaurants, as well as many shops, accept Access, American Express, Carte Blanche, Diners Club International, MasterCard and Visa.


Malta Telephone Access Codes and Communications


The country code for Malta is +356, and the outgoing code is 00 followed by the relevant country code (e.g. 0044 for the United Kingdom).City/area codes are not required. Local and international telephone calls can be made from hotel rooms, and most hotels also offer fax and Internet access. Maltacom telecommunications offices also provide these services in the main towns, and coin and card operated telephone boxes can be found all over Malta and Gozo. The islands are covered by two comprehensive GSM 900 and 1800 mobile phone networks. Internet cafes are to be found in all the main towns and tourist resorts.


Malta Duty Free Allowances & Restrictions


Travellers arriving in Malta from non-EU countries do not need to pay customs duty on 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars, 100 cigarillos or 250g of tobacco; 1 litre wine and 1 litre spirits, or other goods up to Lm75. Any large items or electrical equipment should be declared on entry (video cameras and televisions for example), and currency must also be declared. Prohibited items include firearms, pornography, meat, poultry and their by-products, plants and drugs.


Malta Holidays & Packages- Tipping Information


A gratuity of 15% is expected in hotels, and 10% in restaurants, if service charge is not included in the bill. Most services are tipped about 10% (including taxi drivers).


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