How to go to Malta

There are several ways to get to Malta, depending on where you are coming from. Here are some common options:
By air: Malta has one international airport, Malta International Airport (MLA), which is located near the village of Luqa. Several airlines offer direct flights to Malta from major cities in Europe and the Middle East, including London, Rome, Istanbul, and Dubai. Flight times can vary depending on your departure city, but typically take around 2-3 hours from most European cities.
By sea: Malta is also a popular destination for cruise ships, with several major cruise lines making stops in Malta's capital city, Valletta. The Grand Harbor in Valletta is one of the largest natural harbors in the Mediterranean, and there are several ferry services that operate between Malta and neighboring islands, including Sicily and Gozo.
By car and ferry: If you are coming from Italy, you can take a car and passenger ferry from the ports of Salerno, Naples, or Pozzallo to Malta. These ferries typically run several times per week and take around 9-12 hours.
By bus and ferry: If you are coming from Tunisia, there is a bus and passenger ferry service that runs from Tunis to Malta. The bus journey takes around 8 hours, and the ferry journey takes around 10-12 hours, depending on the route.

It is important to check the latest travel advisories and entry requirements before planning your trip to Malta, as these can vary depending on your country of origin and the current global health situation.
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