A small European state - Malta, which has a controversial and diverse history, attracts tourists all year round. Someone from vacationers prefers unhurried walks, bus excursions and moving around the island by public transport. The whole state of Malta can be traveled around in two days. But if you don’t feel like rushing, it is better to devote at least 4-5 days to a tourist trip by car, so that you can enjoy a beach holiday and local gastronomic delights.
Renting a car in Malta is a rational way to go on an autotravel around the island on your own. So, you can see not only the sights accessible to any tourist, such as the Mdina temples, but also the real hidden corners and the "live" reality of the Maltese.
✔ The roads in Malta are pretty good. To move around the city it is better to take a small maneuverable car. But in the outback of the main island, some roads are covered with soil. In this case, you should rent an SUV.
✔ You should have an international driving license with you.
✔ To save money, it is best to book a car in advance (a few months before the trip). This is due to the fact that, especially in high season, the choice and number of cars are very limited;
There are no toll roads in Malta, but there are paid parking lots and paid entrances (for example, in Valletta, entry into some areas).
Speed limits in Malta:
✔ On the territory of settlements there is a speed limit of 35-50 km / h.
✔ In the country you can accelerate to 80 km / h.
When traveling in a rented car, you can not only go around the entire capital and see the Palace of the Grand Master in Valletta, but also get to the amazing Ghar Dalam Cave in the south of Malta. On the island of Malta - bright yellow sunlight prevails, thanks to this, after a trip to Malta, the most vivid and memorable impressions remain.
Our company offers you to use the car rental service in Malta, whether business or leisure, with the widest choice of class from economy to exclusive, taking into account any of your wishes.
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