- City Sightseeing Malta hop-on hop-off tour
- Set your own itinerary, and explore Malta at your own pace
- Full commentary provided as you see the city's top attractions
- Hop on and off at 10 stops around the city
- Sightseeing pass valid for 24 hours from time of first use
What You Can Expect
You can hop on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top double-decker bus. The 10 stops give you flexibility to see what you want, when you want.
Malta North City Hop-on Hop-off Tour stops:
- Silema Ferries
- Mosta Church
- Ta' Quali Crafts Village
- Valletta Capital City
- 3 cities Vittoriosa, Cospicua and Senglea
- Tarxien Temples
- Blue Grotto
We did this on our first day in Malta, and was the perfect way to get a scope of all the main attractions before you dug into them at a later date. Overall enjoyable.
Very worthwhile - got to see some wonderful sights. Really needed two days to do justice to this city.
good tour of Malta. It is nice to be able to see all parts of Malta and definitely better than taking the public bus which is crowded and takes forever. The hop on hop off bus gives lots of good information as well
Old bus with very squeeky brakes and one of our headsets did not work. We did enjoy seeing all the sights.
WAS OK BUT IT WOULD HAVE BEEN HELPFUL IF HEADPHONES OR MAP PROVIDED SO THAT ONE KNEW WHERE YOU WERE ON ROUTE.
A good way to see the sites - and get some sun
Did the north route trip and 'hopped off'' at Mdina which really shouldn't be missed. Circular route took in all the main sights of the Valletta up towards the northern tip of the island. Just a quick tip the photo shown on the Viator web page is of the wrong bus company. The tour is run by City Sightseeing and they own the red buses, jump on one of these and not the white ones.
The bus is convenient and a good way to see different parts of Malta. You choose a specific route out of 3 routes and theres enough to see on the hop-on, hop-off bus to take up a day. It is a lot more windy and cold on the top of the bus, I wasnt prepared for this and was quite cold, so beware.
I might add that Malta does have a 1.5 Euro bus ticket that gives you full and unlimited access to the whole of the island, so if you are on a budget, you might want to just save the money and get a day bus pass.
However, I think with limited time and for the convenience and not getting lost, that paying for this specific tourist bus that takes you direct to the spots and not going a much longer route round the houses is probably best.
Would do again but make sure you start the tour early as they stop the buses early!
Communication could be better and the tour could go on for longer!