Traveling to Malta during the COVID Pandemic
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It was super fun to travel to Malta, and easily done on a budget! Malta is big - you need at least 6 or 7 days to explore it! I highly recommend staying in the Sliema/Saint Julian's area.
- How did you enter the country?
- Any difficulties with your vaccination card when entering the destination?
- No, my European Union (EU) COVID certificate was accepted.
- Did you experience any challenges with customs, immigration, or the health authorities related to COVID?
- No, I didn't.
- Was this destination abnormally crowded or empty?
- No, it was normally crowded.
- Did you have to show proof of vaccination on location? For example, when entering restaurants, shops, events, etc.?
- Yes, I had to show proof of vaccination to sit in restaurants.
- Were you required to wear a mask inside restaurants, event spaces, or public transportation? If you were able to choose, did you feel comfortable wearing or not wearing a mask?
- I was required to wear a mask when taking public transportation and in supermarkets.
- Did the destination adapt physical distancing in day-to-day situations?
- Most of the time, yes.
- Did restaurants, businesses, and public services take COVID-related sanitary precautions that you noticed?
- Yes, they were cautious.
- Were there additional requirements to travel within the region?
- Were most attractions open? Were you able to visit the ones you wanted to attend?
- Yes, everything was open.
- Anything else you think fellow travelers should know?
- It's useful to download taxi/scooter apps on your phone when in Malta, like Bolt, because the distances are long.