Documents: To enter Malta, European citizens must have their passport or identity card valid for travel abroad. Children and minors must have their own passport / identity card. Citizens of other countries outside the European Union must have their passport. Citizens of some countries must apply for a visa.
Driving license: To drive a rental car in Malta you just need to have your own national driving license.
Car insurance: European insurance is valid for entering your car in Malta.
For the documents needed to travel to Malta, we always recommend checking the country’s official website.
MALTA HEALTH INSURANCE, TRAVEL INSURANCE, AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
Healthcare: Malta’s health situation is good. In order to take advantage of local public health care, European citizens must present the European Health Insurance Card. As always in any travel or abroad, travel and health insurance is recommended. This insurance must include medical bills, as well as baggage loss, reimbursement of airline tickets and other useful services.
MALTA MOBILE PHONES AND INTERNET
Telephones: International dialing code to call Malta: 00356.
Mobile phones: The Maltese islands are covered by two GSM 900 and GSM 1800 mobile networks which cover almost the entire territory of Malta.
Mobile operators: Vodafone, Go.
Internet: There are Internet cafes in the main cities of the island. While most hotels also offer free Internet access.
MALTA POWER PLUGS AND ELECTRIC SOCKETS
Electricity: The power supply in the islands of the archipelago of Malta is 230 volts +/- 10%. The frequency of the supply is 50 hertz.
Malta power plugs: Type G power plugs and sockets are used in the islands of the Maltese archipelago. That is, in Malta you will find three-pin power plugs and sockets as in Great Britain.
MALTA CURRENCY AND BANKS
Banks and Currency: The national currency of Malta is the Euro.
Bank Opening Hours: Maltese banks are normally open until early afternoon from Monday to Friday. While they are open until noon on Saturday.
The climate of Malta.