Even with countless climbs, descents, ramps and stairs, for visitors in good shape, La Valletta and Malta's other historic cities are perfectly exploreable on foot.
It can cost as little as €10 per day for smaller economy vehicles, this outside peak season.
Until a few years ago, the charming old Maltese buses filled the streets of La Valletta and other cities with color but also pollution. In 2011, they were replaced by a new fleet. The prices currently charged are very affordable for the European Union level. More information at Malta Public Transport.
Malta's white taxis are the only legal ones. They have meters that continue to be ignored all too often and cost between €15 to €30 from Malta airport to Valletta. Short turns are around €10. Wider routes around the island should not exceed €40 – €45.
Ferries from enjoyment channel they connect Ċirkewwa, Malta, and Mgarr, on the island of Gozo at intervals of around 45 minutes. At the time of creation of this text, round-trip tickets for simple passengers cost €4,65.
There are also connections to Comino. They are more frequent departing from Ghanjsielem, in Gozo, than departing from Valletta.