Ferry Services


Travelling to Valletta, the Three Cities or Sliema? Consider taking a ferry! Besides being a scenic and short trip, the ferry is a perfect addition to a multi-modal travel plan. Similarly to a bus, a ferry reduces the amount of private cars on the road, thus saving on emissions, traffic congestion and parking. 


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To make things even easier, you can pay for the ferry using the Tallinja card and benefit from reduced rates. Moreover, both Valletta ferry quays are serviced by a circular bus and the Cospicua connection comes with a free ticket to use the Upper Barrakka Lift. Hence, each service takes you directly to the heart of Valletta (or the quay). 

Working to simplify your commute further, one fine project that has come to fruition is the direct Sliema-Three Cities ferry route. Similar to the Sliema-Valletta and Valletta-Three Cities ferries, this connection offers a combination of sea and land transport. 

Operated by Marsamxetto Steam Ferry Services limited in conjunction with Transport Malta and Malta Public Transport, commuters will cross over by sea to Valletta where a free bus will be waiting to take them across the city to meet the ferry that will promptly ferry them to their final destination. 




Greentrips wishes you to stay safe. Please follow health directives for Covid-19 prevention as issued by the health authorities.