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General Bus Information

 

All bus routes can be found here:

http://www.atp.com.mt/atp/servlet/ControllerServlet?action=listWinterBusRoutes

Most important / popular bus routes are:

1, 2, 3,4 & 6 – Valletta to the Three Cities and v.v.

8 – Valletta to Airport (through Tarxien Temples) and v.v

27 – Valletta to Marsaxlokk (M’Xlokk in short, a quaint fishing village) and v.v.

38 – Valletta to Hagar Qim and Mnajdra Temples and v.v

45 – Valletta to Cirkewwa (for Gozo Ferry service) and v.v.

49, 58 & 59, 159, 449 (fastest route) - Valletta to Qawra & Bugibba and v.v.

62, 63, 64, 67, 68 – Valletta to Sliema (some upto St. Julians/Paceville) and v.v

80 – Valletta to Mdina and v.v.

Other routes not using Valletta Terminus

48 – Bugibba/Qawra to Cirkewwa (Gozo Ferry Service) and v.v.

65 – Sliema Ferries to Ta’ Qali Crafts Village & Mdina and v.v.

70 – Sliema Ferries to Bugibba/Qawra and c.c.

86 – Bugibba/Qawra to Ta’ Qali Crafts Village & Mdina and v.v.

627 – Bugibba/Qawra to Sliema Ferries to Marsaxlokk and v.v.

645 – Sliema Ferries to Cirkewwa (Gozo Ferry Service) and v.v.

Check the website above for more routes.

Tickets can be bought from the bus driver and the basic fare is €0.47. Some routes are slightly higher in price – this image shows the different prices: http://www.atp.com.mt/atp/UserFiles/Image/fares.bmp

Always ensure that the bus driver gives you a ticket (which also serves as your receipt for payment). Try to pay your bus fare using small change, preferably coins.

 
 

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