Malta Public Transport

Travelling to Malta

Exploring our islands by bus has never been easier

1. With 2,000 bus stops placed strategically all over the Maltese islands, your next bus is only a short walk away.

2. Our award-winning Tallinja App is free to download and will help you plan your journeys, while also giving you real-time bus arrival information.

3. Our pre-paid travel cards will give you greater value on your holiday:
12 Journey Card: Available at only €15
Explore card offers 7 days of unlimited travel for only €21,
Explore Plus Meep offers even more value and incudes sightseeing options and two trips on the Valletta Ferry for only €39.
Cash tickets are available onboard the bus for only €2.
Contactless payment for cash tickets is also available on a limited number of buses.

Your safety is our priority

  • Our entire bus fleet is sanitized daily and buses are being cleaned more frequently.
  • Air purifiers are being used on buses at different intervals throughout the day.
  • Protective screens have been installed on all driver cabins to keep everyone safe.
  • Passengers must wear face masks on public transport. Please wear a face mask before boarding the bus and keep the face mask on throughout the journey.
  • We have limited the standing capacity on buses to enable social distancing. Please do not board the bus if the driver indicates that full capacity has been reached.
  • Most of our buses have two doors to facilitate boarding. Please use the front door to enter the bus and the back door to exit, when available.
  • Prepaid travel cards reduce the need for contact with cash, while also offering better value.
  • Contactless payment cards can be used on a number of buses on busy routes. These buses have stickers indicating that contactless payment is available onboard.
  • If paying by cash, passengers must have the exact fare of €2 per ticket. Drivers are not able to give change.
  • All our buses are all equipped with CCTV, allowing us to monitor the service to see that safety measures are being observed.