7 Nights Malta incl. Flights, Hotel and Rental Car for only £158

7 Nights Malta incl. Flights, Hotel and Rental Car for only £158

Visit Malta and explore the island and its rich heritage! Ryanair offers cheap return flights from Liverpool, Leeds Bradford, Bristol, Bournemouth, Edinburgh and Glasgow-Prestwick to Malta from only £63 incl. taxes, charges and 10kg hand baggage. This would be the perfect opportunity for you to discover the island, its culture, kitchen and nightlife.

Malta is renowned as a tourist destination with a lot of historical monuments including nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Of course you can also chill out at the beach or enjoy the mediterranean food and its nightlife with a vibrant calendar of events.

We put together a eight day trip including a rental car (to pick up at the airport) for you, in order that you can easily reach your hotel and discover the region near your domicile in Qawra. So it is also possible to go on excursions to near points of interest.

Since the trip lasts only seven nights, a good packed cabin bag should be enough, so that you can save the money for checked baggage. If you are searching for "Ryanair Safe" baggage, you can find a short overview of some fitting suitcases and bags here.

Malta, 7 Nights, Flight, Hotel and Rental Car for £158 pP (if  you travel with two persons) in April / May

You can take the following trip as an example:

  • Travel Date: 26th April - 3rd May 2013
  • Total Costs: £316
  • Per Person: £158

Flight example:

Please visit Ryanair.com for your personal flight booking.

Hotel example:

Please visit Hotelopia.com for your hotel booking!

Rental car example:

Please visit Carrentals.co.uk to rent a car.

Valletta / Malta:

Malta / Qawra:

1 Comment

  • blushred2

    blushred2 says:

    oh such a brillant deal

    we are so stuffed being in Northern Ireland.

    flights are so much more expensive

    i was looking yesterday for Malta in Sept,  and the cheapest flights were still £260 each, then hotel and hire car.

     

    What do you think?