Malta is reopening to tourism from the 1st of July. Visitors from 19 destinations can enter the country without having to spend any time in isolation. They will not be subjected to any tests either.
The 19 destinations are: Sardinia & Sicily (Italy), Iceland, Slovakia, Cyprus, Lithuania, Israel, Latvia, Switzerland, Norway, Estonia, Denmark, Hungary, Austria, Luxembourg, Germany, Czech Republic, Finland and Ireland.
Airlines like Malta Air, Ryan Air, Luxair and Wizz Air will be the first to start flying back into Malta at the start of July. Here are some of the first direct flights scheduled:
- from Vienna – July 1 – Air Malta
- from Prague – July 4 – Air Malta
- from Berlin – July 1 – Air Malta, July 2 – Ryan Air
- from Zurich – July 7 – Air Malta
- from Budpest – July 2 – Ryan Air, July 2 – Wizz Air
- from Dublin – July 1 – Ryan Air
- from Luxembourg – July 4 – Luxair, July 6 – Ryan Air
Since mid-May, Malta reopened shops, restaurants and even gyms are now back to their ‘new normal’.
Here is what you can expect to be open during your trip to Malta (with social distancing and enhanced health protocols of course)
- Theatres and cinemas
- Salons and barbers
- Gyms at fitness centres
- Restaurants and bars
- Hotels and accommodations
- Shops, malls and non-essential stores
- Museums and cultural attractions