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Shopping in Malta

There are many places to shop in Malta. The best ones are in Bay Street in Paceville, the Plaza Shopping Centre and surrounding shops, as well as the new Tigne Shopping Centre at Tigne Point, Sliema. Valletta has a 2 km-long shopping street, as well as the luxurious Portomaso Shopping Complex, near the Portomaso Tower.

Business hours

Business hours in Malta are similar to those of other Mediterranean countries. From July to September, most shops and government offices, such as the post office, are open only from 8 am to 1 pm. In winter, they are open from 8 am to 1 pm and 4 pm to 7 pm. Supermarkets and popular tourist shops are normally open from 7 am to 7 pm. Some shops in busy areas such as Bay Street in Paceville are even open until 10 pm or later. In Valletta, however, every business closes its doors at 7 pm.

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in Bugibba, St. Pauls Bay and Qawra

Along the promenade in Bugibba, you will find many souvenir shops that offer traditional Maltese products. Coloured glass containers are very pop... more

in Paceville (St. Julians)

Here is a detailed overview of all shopping centres and larger shops in Paceville, St. Julians. There are also many smaller shops in the side str... more

in Sliema

The Plaza Shopping Centre in Sliema is similar to the one in Paceville’s Bay Street, but the atmosphere is different. While the Bay Street Shoppi... more

in Valletta

Valletta is probably the best place to go shopping (beside Sliema), as it has plenty of shops and shopping centres. The main road is packed with s... more

in Victoria/Rabat (Gozo)

Victoria, also known as Rabat, is the capital of Gozo. In addition to some smaller shops, you will also find several shopping centres there. One ... more


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Traditional products / souvenirs

The main traditional products include glassware, gold and silver, Maltese lace, door knockers, Maltese limestone and tobacco pipes, as well as clay... more

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