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Departure Wed, 07 Mar Return Mon, 12 Mar
JFK New York
MLA Malta
return from $567
Departure Tue, 06 Mar Return Sat, 10 Mar
CIA Rome
MLA Malta
return from $69
Departure Fri, 23 Feb Return Sun, 25 Feb
CDG Paris
MLA Malta
return from $184
Departure Fri, 02 Mar Return Mon, 05 Mar
TUN Tunis
MLA Malta
return from $159
Popular flight routes to Malta
Madrid - Malta
return from $212
Milan - Malta
return from $91
Beirut - Malta
return from $643
Kuwait - Malta
return from $803
Panama City - Malta
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Frankfurt - Malta
return from $471

Malta Vacation

About Malta

Situated right in the center of the Mediterranean, the island of Malta is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, and for good reason! Featuring an exceptional climate, some of the best beaches in the world and a dazzling nightlife, the city has become a tourist hub, with over 1.5 million tourists flocking annually to take advantage of the exceptional array of attractions. With a superb range of hotels, a delicious local cuisine reflective of its location in the Mediterranean and a fascinating cultural heritage that combines both European and Arabic influences, Malta is a destination with something for everyone.

Things to do and places to visit in Malta

After arriving in Malta, travelers can unwind in any of the excellent hotels and restaurants that have sprung up throughout the island. By day you can spend your time taking advantage of what is regarded by many to be the finest climate in the world by taking a stroll through the streets of Valletta, the smallest capital city in Europe, or walking along the many beautiful beaches that the island has to offer. Come evening, the island's bars and nightclubs turn on their lights and the island is transformed into one of the finest destinations for nightlife in the world.

Things to do after flights to Malta include:

  • Exploring the beautiful city of Valletta, one of the most walkable capital cities in the world
  • Strolling along the island's beautiful beaches
  • Sampling the excellent local cuisine and wine
  • Experiencing the dizzying Maltese nightlife
  • Walking around the beautifully maintained Valletta Harbor
  • Learning about the island's history at the National Museum of Archaeology in Valletta
  • Gazing at the diverse works of art housed in the National Museum of Fine Arts
  • Attending the legendary Maltese Carnival, a Lent-based festival that is hundreds of years old
  • Watching live music performances at the many venues dotted throughout the island
  • Taking a boat ride around the coast of Malta and admiring at the astonishing scenery

Airports in Malta

Malta is served by Malta International Airport, one of the busiest airports in the region, handling over 4.5 million passengers annually. Due to the central situation of the island it is a common jumping point for reaching other European, African and Middle Eastern locations.

  • Malta International Airport

    Top Carriers

    Top carriers that serve the airport include: Ryanair, Air Malta and Wizzair.


    The airport is located 3 miles southwest of Valletta, the tiny capital city on the island.


    The airport is accessible only by road. Numerous Malta Public Transport buses serve the airport, as do several other companies. There are also car rental and taxi hire services available from various different parts of the island, providing travelers with an alternate route to the airport.

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