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Valletta-Three cities (Birgu, Bormla, Senglea), Malta: ferries, buses, taxis, cars

You can get from Valletta to the cities of Birgu / Vittoriosa, Bormla and Senglea, as well as from three cities to Valletta, by public bus, taxi, car or ferry.

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Public buses Valletta - Three cities (Three cities - Valletta)

Bus 1. Passing Bormla and Senglea (end).

Bus 2. Passing Bormla and Vittoriosa (the end).

Bus 3. Passing Bormla.

Bus 4. Passing Bormio and Vittoriosa (the end).

Cost of single ticket is €1.50 in winter and €2 in summer (from mid-June to mid-October). The ticket grants the right to reach any destination within two hours, including changes.

Tickets can be purchased from the driver when boarding the bus.

There are bus maps of the Islands of Malta and Gozo: for 7 days with unlimited travel starting from the first day of use; for 12 day or 6 night trips during the year from the first use.

Bus stop in Valletta located in Nelson Avenue (Vjal Nelson), near the Triton fountain.

Attention! Bus routes, cost and terms of passages may vary, please check before you travel. Site.

Ferries Valletta - Three Cities

Ferry Valletta - Three cities, in our opinion, the most convenient, fast and interesting way to get from Valletta to three cities (Birgu, Bormla and Senglea) or from three cities to Valletta.

Ferries from Valletta to three cities ply from the ferry terminal "Ferry to Bormla" in Valletta, located on the east coast of the city, near the Upper Barraka Gardens.

Walk to the ferry station from the center of Valletta, you can walk or descend from the Upper Barrakka Gardens on the Barrakka elevator. The lift is free. The lift is free for visitors with tickets from the ferry. So, if you plan to take the elevator to Valletta, then you should not throw out a ticket from the ferry, they are checked at the elevator. Without a ticket from the ferry, taking the elevator is €1.

Ferries from three cities to Valletta run from the ferry terminal "Ferry to Valletta", located in the city of Bormla.

Valletta ferry schedule - Three cities (Three cities - Valletta)

Ferries operate daily. There are winter and summer timetables:

- in winter from 01.11 31.05:

  • Monday-Saturday, every 30 minutes from 06: 30 to 19:00 hours from  Bormla; 06:45 to 19:15 hours from Valletta;
  • Sunday, public holidays, every 30 minutes from 09: 00 to 18:00 hours from Bormla; from 09:15 to 18:15 from Valletta;

- summer schedule, from 01.06 to 31.10:

  • Monday-Saturday, every 30 minutes from 06: 30 to 19:00 hours from Bormla; from 06:45 to 19:15 hours from Valletta;
  • Sunday, public holidays, every 30 minutes from 09: 00 to 19:00 hours from Bormla; from 09:15 to 19:15 from Valletta;
  • overnight ferries (run in the evening): daily from 19:45 until 23:30 from Bormla, from 20:00 to 00:00 from Valletta.

Journey time about 10 minutes.

The cost of tickets for ferries to Valletta - Three cities (Three cities - Valletta)

The cost of the tickets:

- adult one - way €1.50. When buying tickets from round trip €2.80 (act day, the return on any afternoon ferry);

- children and people over 60 years in one direction - €0.50. When buying tickets once there-back - €0,90;

- night (evening) ferries: €1.75 one way, €3.30 round trip;

- week pass valid for 7 consecutive days with unlimited use €10,00.

Tickets can be purchased directly when boarding the ferry on any pier. When you purchase a round-trip ticket must keep the ticket until the return, the tickets are checked when boarding in the opposite direction.

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Attention! The schedule of the ferries and the cost of tickets may vary, please check before you travel. Site.

Map-scheme of ferries Valletta

Photos of the views from the ferry Valletta - Three cities

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