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Day 16
13h 33m
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Travel Tips

Absolutely! Here are some tips for your visit to Mosta, Mdina, and Qrendi in Malta.

Best Time to Visit:
The best time to visit Malta is during the Spring (April to June) and Autumn (September and October), when the weather is pleasant and less crowded.

Route and Accessibility:
All this place are easily accessible by public transportation in Malta, mostly buses. Malta's International Airport is located approximately 12 km from Mosta, and you can take a taxi or bus from there.

Altitude and Acclimatization:
Since Malta is a relatively flat island, there's no need to worry about altitude sickness or acclimatization.

Accommodation and Booking:
It is best to book your accommodations in advance, especially during the peak season (April to September). There is a variety of options, ranging from luxury hotels to budget-friendly guesthouses and vacation rentals.

Clothing and Essentials:
Dress for warm, sunny weather, but remember to bring a good sun hat, sunglasses, and plenty of sunblock. It's also a good idea to have a water bottle to stay hydrated. Always pack a good pair of walking shoes as you'll be exploring plenty of historical sites.

Health and Safety:
Restaurants and tap water in Malta are safe. It's recommended that you have travel insurance that covers health costs in case of illness or accident. If you plan to drive, be aware that local driving habits may be different from your home country.

Local Etiquette and Respect:
While visiting churches and religious sites, modest dress is required (shoulders and knees should be covered). Maltese people are known for their hospitality, so take some time to engage with locals, respecting their traditions and customs.

Be respectful to the environment, especially when visiting beaches or natural sites. Stick to marked paths and don't litter.