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Day 14
13h 32m
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9,030 km
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Travel Tips

Sure! Marsaxlokk, Marsa, and Rabat are beautiful and rich in history, located in the beautiful island country of Malta. Here are some tips to ensure you have a great time.

Best Time to Visit:
The best time to visit Malta is during the spring or autumn months (April-June and September-October) when the weather is not too hot and the tourist rush is lesser than in the summer months.

Route and Accessibility:
You can arrive in Malta by plane through Malta International Airport which is well-connected to other European cities. There are regular bus services, taxi services and ferries for internal transport.

Altitude and Acclimatization:
As these are coastal towns at sea level, you don't need to worry about acclimatization.

Accommodation and Booking:
It's advisable to book your accommodation in advance, especially for high season (July-August). There is a wide range of options available from luxury hotels, guesthouses to budget-friendly hostels.

Clothing and Essentials:
Casual beach attire is expected during summer. Pack a hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses to better enjoy sightseeing and beach time. Considering packing a light jacket or cardigan for evenings as they can sometimes still be cool.

Health and Safety:
Take your regular medications and also consider packing a basic first aid kit. Keep an eye out for any travel advisories before your trip or any changes to local laws. Also, always stay hydrated especially during the summer months.

Local Etiquette and Respect:
Maltese people are generally warm and welcoming. Make sure to respect local customs and traditions. Church etiquette is observed very strictly, as Malta is a predominantly catholic country. In many churches, shoulders and knees must be covered. It is polite to learn a few basic phrases in Maltese, although English is widely spoken.