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Malta Bus Coop welcomes any type of pre-booked transport services on a Maltese traditional bus from a fleet of 21 buses.

Tours on Traditional Buses
A selection of tours every week
exploring different parts of Malta.

Weddings Transport
Wedding photoshoots an transport with
our wedding-decorated traditional buses.

Group Transfers
Private transfers using traditional buses
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Malta Sightseeing Tours
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About Malta

Malta is a Southern European island country consisting of an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. At over 316 km², and with a population of just under 450,000, Malta is one of the world's smallest and most densely populated countries. The longest distance on the island of Malta is 27 km. Malta's capital city is Valletta, which at 0.8 km², is the smallest national capital in the European Union by area, and the largest town in Matla is Birkirkara, while its chief economic centre is Sliema. Malta has two official languages, Maltese and English, with Maltese recognized as the national language. Almost all the Maltese speak English. Maltese is a Semitic language written in the Roman script comprising a vast element of words of Italian, French and English origin. Italian is also widely spoken.

Throughout history, Malta's location has given it great strategic importance and a sequence of powers including the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Fatimids, Sicilians, Knights of St John, French and the British ruled the islands. Malta has a long Christian legacy and is an Apostolic See. According to the Acts of the Apostles in the Christian Bible, St. Paul was shipwrecked on "Melita", as the Greeks called the island, and ministered there. Catholicism continues to be the official and dominant religion in Malta. The island is internationally renowned as a tourist resort, with numerous recreational areas and historical monuments, including nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites, most prominently the Megalithic Temples which are some of the oldest freestanding structures in the world.

The Maltese Islands offer an exhilarating contrast of colours: the azure of the Mediterranean and the mellow honey-coloured limestone which characterises the architecture and clear skies. The Islands are a feast for the senses.  Everywhere you go, a unique historic sights awaits. Temples, palaces, cathedrals and forts provide a living history you can almost touch. Sound plays an important part in the life of the islands. The mix of fireworks and village band marches transforms a summer night into a special memory. The advantage of a stay on the Maltese Islands is that you can experience several holidays in one.

Malta is a Southern European island country consisting of an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. At over 316 km², and with a population of just under 450,000, Malta is one of the world's smallest and most densely populated countries. The longest distance on the island of Malta is 27 km. Malta's capital city is Valletta, which at 0.8 km², is the smallest national capital in the European Union by area, and the largest town in Matla is Birkirkara, while its chief economic centre is Sliema. Malta has two official languages, Maltese and English, with Maltese recognized as the national language. Almost all the Maltese speak English. Maltese is a Semitic language written in the Roman script comprising a vast element of words of Italian, French and English origin. Italian is also widely spoken.

Throughout history, Malta's location has given it great strategic importance and a sequence of powers including the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Fatimids, Sicilians, Knights of St John, French and the British ruled the islands. Malta has a long Christian legacy and is an Apostolic See. According to the Acts of the Apostles in the Christian Bible, St. Paul was shipwrecked on "Melita", as the Greeks called the island, and ministered there. Catholicism continues to be the official and dominant religion in Malta. The island is internationally renowned as a tourist resort, with numerous recreational areas and historical monuments, including nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites, most prominently the Megalithic Temples which are some of the oldest freestanding structures in the world.

The Maltese Islands offer an exhilarating contrast of colours: the azure of the Mediterranean and the mellow honey-coloured limestone which characterises the architecture and clear skies. The Islands are a feast for the senses.  Everywhere you go, a unique historic sights awaits. Temples, palaces, cathedrals and forts provide a living history you can almost touch. Sound plays an important part in the life of the islands. The mix of fireworks and village band marches transforms a summer night into a special memory. The advantage of a stay on the Maltese Islands is that you can experience several holidays in one.

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