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Ferry tickets to Malta

Malta is a small island European country boasting its’ special lifestyle and featuring a unique cultural heritage that attracts global attention.

Malta, in every traveler’s wish list

The Maltese Archipelago consists of 7 islands, with Malta, Gozo and Comino being populated. Travel where the sun shines bright 300 days a year, with cheap ferry tickets to Malta through Let’s Ferry.

Best attractions

The port of Malta at the evening

The port of Malta at the evening

• The City of Valetta, the capital of Malta is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. While wandering around the paved alleys, you will start immersing yourself in the beautiful maltese baroque architecture and fell like you are on the set of a fairytale story with knights and dragons.
• Visit Saint John’s Co-Cathedral and get close to Caravaggio’s masterpiece, “The Beheading of Saint John the Baptist”.
• The Grand Master’s Palace is at Saint George’s Square and it might not look that impressive from the outside. Once you step inside, however, baroque masterpieces will reward you for your visit.
Mdina is also called the “Silent City” since cars are restricted from circulating here.
• Colourful, joyful and 28 km from the port, Popeye Village, also known as Sweetheaven village, is a must-see attraction. It is actually the set of the 1980 movie starring Robin Williams that today serves as an open-air attraction.

Best beaches
• Malta has its own exotic Blue Lagoon that you’ll find by taking the ferry to Comino.
Saint George’s Bay is sandy, with restaurants and beach bars.
• In Gozo you can explore Calypso Cave and dive into beautiful emerald waters.

Best activities
• If you’re traveling with kids, visit the Playmobil FunPark, 12 km from the port.
• Stroll around the Upper Barrakka Gardens to enjoy its spectacular view to the sea and the canyons. Everyday at noon and at 16:00 in the afternoon, you can watch the cannons go off.
• Take a gondola ride to enjoy the cannon show on board, or cross from Valletta to the Three Cities (Vittoriosa, Senglea, Cospiqua).

Tip: Maltese and English are the two official languages.Book cheap ferry tickets to Malta through Let’s Ferry.

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