Getting around Valletta
With an incredibly small extension, barely a km2, the Maltese capital can easily be turned on foot.
After all, what better way to admire its many beauties, museums, buildings and evocative landscapes?
The bike is an alternative method of getting around in Valletta, covering medium-range distances. Above all, an “eco-friendly” method.
Tallinja Bike is the service offered by the transport company of Malta. It allows you to use the bike for two or more journeys within the city.
The use is quite simple, and the economic cost: you pay 3€ for the first use (PAY PER USE) and you can make two moves, for a temple of 30 minutes each. For every half hour, you will have to pay the 2.00€ supplement. Time is suspended, as soon as the bike is returned to one of the points in the city.
Beyond the Triton Fountain, only line 133 (Circular) allows you to move around Valletta, and in the center, by bus. It is active every day, including Sundays and holidays, from 06:00 to 22:00, with frequencies of 30 minutes.
Line 130, on the other hand, crosses the Foutain, Xatt Pinto, the Waterfront is the ferry terminal. It operates from Monday to Sunday, from 06:40 to 20:40, with departures every hour.
You can use all tickets valid in Malta, including 12 racing cards and tickets.
The best way to get around Valletta and, at the same time, visit monuments and attractions is the Valletta Card. Available only in 24 hours cutting, it is automatically activated when first used and costs 19.00 € per person.
The Card is valid on all Malta and Gozo buses, including TD lines and night buses. It also includes two bike trips, each of 30′.
It offers two ferry trips on the lines to Sliema and Cospicua, operated by Marsamxetto Steamferry Services Limited. The Valletta – Cospicua ferry also offers free access to the Upper Barakka lift.
Finally, 3 includes access to the following monuments: The Palace State Rooms; The Palace Armory; The National Museum of Archaeologic; Malta 5D.
Please note that 24 hours are valid from the first use of the Card.