Finally, Malta. Arrived here before 9am. Took a bus to ... well, Malta. The bus route is probably set so that it goes through the entire island within 2 hours. I decided to let the driver drop me off somewhere in Sliema - actually called by bro to ask where to start the trip and to get him to make a search in google - Sliema or Valletta - the answer was, probably Sliema. And after conversations in the bus, also managed to find probably the best stop to hop off, near the place where all the ferries take off.
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Travel insurance for our trip to Malta?
If you're going travelling, whether to Malta or anywhere else, you should always make sure you have travel insurance that includes at least health insurance, but ideally also other things like luggage, flight cancellations and delays, etc. Usually it's best to get the insurance package through your bank or some local insurance provider. In most cases you can easily buy the insurance for trips lasting up to 3 months for a fairly good price. Additionally, if you're a European citizen, you should also make sure you have EHIC (European Health Insurance Card) which is a 'free card that gives you access to medically necessary, state-provided healthcare during a temporary stay in any of the 28 EU countries, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, under the same conditions and at the same cost (free in some countries) as people insured in that country.
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