Flights to Malta

A Trip to  Malta

Malta is a potpourri of otherworldly landscapes, layers of history and elegant architecture. Futuristic sophistications go hand-in-hand with pockets of prehistoric sites in a crazy mix of the exotic. Red-gold beaches, rocky coastlines, dizzying limestone cliffs and periwinkle seas; all await you in this land that has absorbed something from everywhere to its bosom.

No airlines flying direct from India to Malta. Other airlines flying to Malta are Emirates, British Airways, KLM, Lufthansa, Air France, Aeroflot, Turkish Airlines, Swiss.

How to find cheap flights to Malta?

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Which city is cheap to fly to in Malta?

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Domestic travel between cities

  • Malta has an extensive bus network, connecting all the major towns and cities. The services are regular, but delays are known to occur, especially during day time. Malta also has a number of Hop-on-Hop-off open-topped buses, meant specifically for tourists.
  • You can hire a taxi or rent a car, and go exploring the countryside at your leisure. This is a perfect way to discover many hidden or not-often-visited curiosities in Malta.

Things to do in Malta

  • Unravel the magic of Malta as you explore the island of Gozo. Wander around Ramla Bay where the red sands meet the sea. Swim in the crystal-clear waters of Comino and visit places like Victoria, Ggantija Temples, Basilica of Ta’Pinu and Dwejra Bay.
  • Valletta is a city that takes elegance to a whole new level. Visit the many museums in the country housing figurines and artefacts that date back to the prehistoric times. Explore the extraordinary Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, a 5000-year old necropolis lying underground and carved from living rock.
  • Diving, surfing, kayaking, mountaineering, sailing, hiking and cycling are popular activities in Malta.

Before you fly to Malta

Visa for Indians flying to Malta

Application for a tourist visa to Malta must be submitted at the Malta Visa Application Centres in India. It will be assessed by the High Commission of Malta in New Delhi and will be processed in 15 working days. For further information, check out the website of VFS Global.

Best time to visit Malta

The best time to visit Malta is between June and August. The summer season gives you uninterrupted sunshine, ideal for beachside fun. Winter season is also a good time to visit the country; the cooler weather makes outdoor activities like cycling and hiking quite pleasant.

Time and weather difference between India and Malta

Malta experiences a Mediterranean climate, with mild, wet winters and hot, dry summers. The country retains its vegetation even in winter, a rare occurrence for a European nation. The average temperature is around 23 ⁰C in day time and 16 ⁰C during night.

India is 3 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Malta.

Currency and exchange rates between India and Malta

The official currency of Malta is Euro. 1 Euro is approximately equal to 70 Indian Rupees.

Culture and important things to know before you fly to Malta

The culture of Malta is influenced a lot by the various societies that have come in contact with these islands over the centuries. The present-day culture of the country is considered Latin European, especially since it shares many customs, religious beliefs and ceremonies with that of southern European countries like Sicily. Britain, France and Spain have also played pivotal roles in shaping the society of Malta during their reign of this nation.

  • Dress conservatively while visiting churches and heritage sites.
  • Do not smoke inside bars and restaurants since this is banned; you can go to roof terraces or outside areas covered in canopies for a smoke.

NOTE: All the above information is correct as of 16th September 2016.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.