Vodafone Malta
Activities in Malta, Gozo and Comino. Visit our day tours, cruises and excursions. Included are lunch, transfer from and to your accommodation and ...

Siesta & Business Hours

Online since: 09. April 2013

Siesta and Opening Hours in Malta

The term ‘siesta’ originates from Latin (“sexta hora”, the sixth hour of the day; the twelfth hour, according to modern time counting). It describes the Spanish lunch break, which involves eating and resting in a preferably cool place for several hours. In other South European countries, too, business activities are conducted preferably in the morning or evening hours.

The business hours in Malta vary, depending on the season. The winter half-year starts on 1 October and ends on 14 June; the summer half-year starts on 15 June and ends on 30 September.

Incidentally, during the summertime, every town has its own village fair.

Business hours:
Shops: From 7 am until 12.30 pm and 4 pm until 7 pm.

During winter, Monday to Friday from 8.30 am until 12.45 pm, as well as Tuesdays and Fridays from 2.30 pm until 4 pm, and Saturdays from 8.30 am until 12 pm. During summer, Monday to Friday from 8.30 am until 12.45 pm as well as Fridays from 2.30 pm until 4 pm and Saturdays from 8 am until 2.30 pm. At the airport of Luqa, there is a 24-hour bank counter, closed only on 25.12 and 01.01.

Monday to Saturday from 8 am until 12.30 pm and 3.30 until 7 pm. For Sundays, see emergency service.

In winter, Monday to Friday from 7.45 am until 12.30 pm and 1.15 until 5.15 pm. In summer, Monday to Friday from 7.30 am until 1.30 pm.

From 8.30 am until 12.30 pm and 3.30 pm until 5.30 pm. During the summer months, many offices are closed in the afternoon or have only skeleton staff present.

In winter, Monday to Saturday from 8.15 am until 5 pm and Sundays from 8.15 am until 4.15 pm; in summer, daily from 7.45 am until 2 pm.

The two great cathedrals in Valletta and Mdina, the church in Mosta and the cathedral in Victoria on Gozo all have the same business hours as museums. Parish churches are accessible mostly from 6 am until 12 pm and 3 pm until 7 pm.

Post offices:
Monday to Saturday from 8 am until 12.45 pm. In winter, the main post office in Marsa is open Monday to Saturday from 8 am until 6.30 pm and in summer from 7.30 am until 6 pm.

From dawn until approximately 12 pm.

S. Wagner

Further reading on this subject (from our online bookshop):
Malta History & Tradition
- Sliema
- Valletta
- Markets
- St. John's CO-Cathedral
- Marsaxlokk
- Mdina
- Grand Harbour
- Island ... mehr
Malta Gozo and Comino - The Gold Guides
- Art
- History
- Music
- Folklore
- Markets
- Crafts
- Archaeology
- Nightlife
- Carnival
GOZO! Perhaps what makes Gozo special is the love and quiet pride of its inhabitants for their homeland. This love is contagious!

Inclu ... mehr

Your comment:



Spam (please enter the numbers to prevent spam): 

Note: Your comment will be published after the approval of an admin. Please be aware that the comment hast to refer to the article of this page.
In other cases, please use our forum.

Admin writes:
No comment has been published yet.


About Us | Contact | Terms and Conditions to use this website | Copyright 2013 - 2018 idotravelto.com