A vlog about the first day without a mask in Malta. Hope you enjoy it.
Enjoy this exhibition about alien skulls in Hagar Qim, at the National Archeology Museum in Valletta, Malta, as well as the Muza Art Masterpieces exhibition at the Muza art museum.
So I tried the new Gozo Fast Ferry by Virtu Ferries. I went up to Gozo from Valletta – the ta’ liesse area – and had a horse burger. Then I came back.
You can book online or on the spot. You can print your ticket or show it on your phone. Check out my trip below.
So Malta is reopening itself to tourists on the 1st of June 2021 after the second wave. Prior to today, tourists could come to Malta without a negative test, & undergo a paid-for rapid test at the airport. As of today, they have to present a Negative PCR test or a VALID Maltese Vaccine Certificate. Not presenting a PCR test prior to boarding will result in denied boarding. No foreign vaccination certificate will be accepted unless we have a bilateral certificate recognition agreement with ANY country, or till 1st July, when the EU-wide Digital Green Certificate will be used, and bilateral agreements with 3rd countries thereafter only. Mask-wearing is also no longer mandatory on beaches. Please check updated information as this may change in future.