International driving license for Malta
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За вожњу у иностранству потребна је међународна возачка дозвола
Међународна возачка дозвола (ИДП), која је регулицана од стране УН-а, потврђује да сте власник важеће возачке дозволе у својој земљи порекла.
Међународна возачка дозвола је важећи облик идентификације у више од 150 земаља широм света и садржи ваше име, фотографију и податке о вама на 12 светских језика.
- Захтевано од стране агенција за изнајмљивање аутомобила широм света
- Морате имати 18 или више година да бисте се пријавили
- Тест није потребан
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How do I apply for an international driving licence?
- Fill the international driving licence application form.
2. Upload 2 identity card size photos.
3. You will get approved within 2 hours or less.
The physical copy will be shipped to you anywhere you want. So you can apply for IDL from your country before the trip, from anywhere in the world: from India, Italy, Norway, Spain, Philippines, Australia, Belgium, Ireland, Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, Taiwan etc.
When to order IDP for Malta?
You don’t need an advance order for your international driver’s permit, though. Just visit the International Driver’s Association website, and you can have your IDP delivered in Malta. Indicate your address and zip code.
Do I need a Maltese driving licence?
No, you don't need to apply for Maltese driving license, nor to take driving test. You only need International driving permit (IDP).
But if you live in this country for more than 12 months, you must posses a Maltese licence. "To exchange your EU/EEA/Swiss/Australian licence for a Maltese licence, you must have resided in Malta for at least 12 months."
Is IDP required for tourists from EU countries?
Malta is the part of Vienna Convention on Road Traffic. Drivers coming from a foreign country that is an EU member state are not required to have an International Driving License.
Driving Rules & Transport Malta
Malta has emphasized certain driving rules in response to the continuous need to discipline both locals and tourists. With the island culture and various festivals taking place for most of the year, both locals and people from foreign countries who hold international driver’s permits were recorded by the Office of Land Transport for driving under the influence and a general disregard for safety.
In response to the alarming situation, the government has taken these measures and has significantly lowered the number of road accidents, with a consistent reduction in the past five years. When you drive motor vehicles, you need to make sure you follow their driving rules. Maltese driving should always prioritize safety.
Higher Age Limit for Renting a Car
Malta conforms to the European Union driving age at eighteen years old, but they have wanted to impose stricter rules. To that end, they have allowed the car rental companies to impose the need for an international driver’s permit and higher age requirements for renting a car. It could be as old as 25 years old, while some allow 21-year-olds to rent a car, but they have to pay a surcharge.
The requirements for age and documents are very important. It is a precaution that may have been effective since the Maltese have become more responsible drivers, and the number of accidents has decreased. The Land Transport Office made the rule to protect the younger tourists as well. Maltese driving can be challenging for tourists. Since rental car plates can be identified by having a “Q” or “K,” some Maltese drivers try to intimidate them.
Strict Regulations on Drunk Driving
The drunk driving regulation is pegged at 0.08 mg, close to what most countries impose. However, the Maltese government and the Land Transport Office want to have stricter regulations. They are proposing to have the limit reduced to 0.05 mg, and even lower, like the Norway limit, for those who have held their Maltese driving licence for less than two years. This lower limit will also be imposed on drivers of large vehicles and who drive motorcycles and scooters.
For professional drivers on public transport like taxis and buses, they are not allowed to drink and drive at all.
Police officers have mandates to stop motor vehicles that they suspect may be driving under the influence. There are even more checkpoints in the holiday season, which may cause traffic to worsen. However, statistics show that it is a necessary measure.
Road accidents have decreased to less than 45% in the past two years, credited to the strict imposition of drinking rules.
Strict Imposition of Seatbelt Laws
Aside from getting drunk drivers off the road, this country makes sure that car passengers are securely harnessed. As an EU member state, it also follows the European standard for seatbelts and child restraints. Children younger than 12 years of age are not allowed to ride in cars when they are not in a designated car seat. Even 12-year-olds below 150 centimeters have to sit at the rear seats and use the standard seatbelt found there.
An archipelago located in the middle of the Mediterranean, this country presents itself as the ideal summer destination. However, it has now evolved into an island paradise perfect for every season. It is filled with both natural and human-made wonders, where you can relish the blessings of the sea while commemorating the rich history of three continents - Europe, Africa, and Asia - as they have all passed through the crossroads of the three islands of Maltese country.
The Best Time to Visit
The aquatic destinations are ideal in the summer, but usually in the daytime when the seas are not as turbulent. Visiting the churches and museums can be done all-year-round.
The capital, a historic military hub because of the island’s strategic location. Thus, many of the structures have historical significance, aside from being a testament to the glorious architecture. Valletta is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its historical significance and the aesthetic value of the centuries-old structures.
Хал Сафлиени Хипогеум
Валета стоји изнад хипогеума Хал Сафлиени, који је такође заштићен од стране Унеска. Хипогеум је археолошко чудо, јединствено у целом свету. Да бисте сачували статус странице, карте морате купити унапред.
Катедрала Светог Јована
This is one of the most magnificent Cathedrals in the world, rich with history and spectacular architecture, not to mention genuine masterpieces of art. St. John’s Cathedral is worth immersing for half a day or so since it is a gateway to the foundations of the Knights of St. John itself. The cathedral was constructed after the Knights repelled the Ottoman Empire and took it back after the Great Siege of 1565. Bring along your international driver’s permit if you want to drive here.
The Cathedral houses nine chapels as part of its design. These are:
- Капела језика Кастиље, Леона и Португалије
- Капела језика Прованса
- Капела језика из Аувергне
- Капела Арагонског језика
- Капела италијанског језика
- Капела Лангуе у Француској
- Капела немачког језика
- Капела англобаварског језика
- Капела Госпе од Филермоса
Капела Госпе од Филермоса има свог црквеног управника, иако је њена структура у потпуности унутар Катедрале са олтаром и фасадом израђеним од фино уметнутог мермера и делима високо вредноване уметности. У катедрали се могу видети резбарије Матије Претти и две слике Микеланђела де Каравађа, укључујући класику „Усековање главе Светог Јована Крститеља“.
Замислите да се пробудите у замку из бајке, оном који се користи за стварну одбрану и битке које гледамо у филмовима - такав је осећај када посетите средњовековни град Мдину. Мдина је спектакуларна атракција достојна било чије листе. То је утврђени град смештен на врху брежуљка са којег се пружа прекрасан поглед на прелепу обалу.
Mdina is a short drive from Rabat, west of Valletta, taking only 12 to 15 minutes in good traffic. The Silent City is within reach, and you can bring your cameras for amazing photoshoots since Mdina looks just like it got plucked out of a postcard. It is a staple on several travel websites.
From the Mdina Citadel to the Cathedral of Saint Paul and the Carmelite Priory, Mdina takes you to timeless eras. Aside from the religious buildings, there are also museums-- the National History Museum and the Dungeon Museum.
Катакомбе Светог Павла
A short drive from Mdina, you can pass by St. Paul’s Catacombs. These are burial grounds for the Romans, and their methods were also adopted by the Christians, dating back as far back as 300 BC. It offers a detailed picture of how these cultures revere their relatives who have passed on.
The mystique of St. Paul’s Catacombs is in the myth that it was connected to St. Paul’s Grotto. It was still just a small Roman burial chamber, which was constantly expanded until it reached over 2000 square meters. Christian influence includes the table and chairs that were carved from actual living rocks as part of the festival of the dead.
From the walled, medieval town, you can take a long drive going South to Marsaxlokk, one of the most attractive fishing villages in Europe. A 16-kilometer drive from Mdina takes you to the Southeastern coast, where you can enjoy the freshest catch of seafood. For 15 euros, you can feast on the sumptuous offerings of the Mediterranean.
Marsaxlokk is much more than just a seafood market since you can also watch the luzzu boats. The colorful boats are not your ordinary fishing boats. They are traditional Maltese boats that are functional, cultural pieces themselves handed down by the Phoenicians. They feature the eye of the Egyptian god, Horus.
Before you leave, take a dip and capture an unforgettable picture at St. Peter’s Pool, one of the natural lagoons on the coastline.
Храмови у Хагар Ким су археолошка чуда која се одликују невероватном праисторијском уметношћу.
The Hagar Qim temples have been carbon-dated at approximately 3300 BC. The name translates as “Boulders” (Hagar) and “Worship” Qim.
Based on the archeological analysis on Hagar Qim, it was surmised that the islands were abandoned in 2000 BC and remained uninhabited for almost 1000 years. These archeological wonders can be explored if you rent a car.
Гхар Лапси и Дингли Цлиффс
A quick drive or even a few minutes hike from the Hagar Qim temples westward to the coast, and you can reach Ghar Lapsi--one of the numerous dive sites that have gained fame. You will need sturdy shoes and drinking water for the long hike. Make sure you will have sun protection. Just remember not to hike at dusk since the cliffs can be tricky in the dark.
If you want more thrills, transport your party to the island’s highest point, Dingli Cliffs. At the Western coast, it stands at 253 meters above sea level. You can walk along the peaks for the best view of Filfa and the Mediterranean Sea.
There are many magnificent places of worship. One of them has the distinction of being the third-largest unsupported dome church in the world.
Designed by Maltese architect Giorgio Grognet de Vassé, the Mosta dome was proposed and built from 1833 to the 1860s. It adopted a neoclassical design that was strongly inspired by the Roman Pantheon.
Aside from the architecture, the Mosta dome is the site of a miracle. In 1942, 300 worshippers at the Mosta dome were attending an evening mass when a bomb smashed through the ceiling. The bomb did not detonate, and not one of the worshippers was hurt or killed. Another two bombs were dropped on the church, but none of them exploded, which many believers credit to divine intervention.
Северно острво Гозо
There are car rental companies that restrict bringing their vehicles on the ferry, or sometimes they just waive the insurance. Nevertheless, Gozo is worth the trouble since it has the Citadella of Victoria. Built by the Knights of St. John, it is a time capsule of life in an actual fortress. Citadella is home to churches and museums that make it a one-stop-shop of tourist destinations. Within its walls, you will see
- The Cathedral Museum boasting of a collection of religious items like crucifixes, rosaries, and chalices
- The Museum of Archeology takes you through history, like entering a time warp. Gozo has fossils and structures that are even older than those on Malta island
- The Folklore Museum is a crash course in Maltese culture
- The Nature Museum for botanical and zoological species
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