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Malta Fun Trains

6, Alley 2, Triq Habel, Bugibba, Island of Malta 3120, Malta
+356 9944 8805
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Not a lot to take-in ...

You find these little trains in most big cities and I know they can only work with the local... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2017
machinmad
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Norwich, United Kingdom
Not bad for 5 Euros

A fun and quick way to see the main bits of Valetta. The guide information played is interesting... read more

Reviewed 6 August 2017
201212201212
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Andover, United Kingdom
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Bugibba Tour The Bugibba tour departs right next to the Bus terminus and proceeds to explore the seaside area and its many restaurants, shops, bars and hotels. The train also goes into the older part of St. Paul's Bay (which Bugibba forms part of) passing by the Wignacourt Tower and an impressive chapel built by the Knights. Rabat Tour Malta Fun Trains would like to introduce you to their new trackless train which operates in Rabat Malta. The Train departs from a terminus next to the Domus Romana outside Mdina. The sightseeing train tour provides an informative commentary on the historical, cultural and architectural importance of the area whilst providing great fun for all the family. The tour’s duration is approximately 30 minutes with an 8km route that passes close to Mdina Main Gate and Casino Notabile, entering into the heart of Rabat next to St. Paul’s Church, the catacombs of St. Agatha and St. Paul’s and thereon into Ghar Barka outside Rabat. The train proceeds into Mtarfa viewing the Royal Navy Hospital and the Clock Tower then downhill with magnificent and panoramic views of Malta and the old capital Mdina. The train passes over the bridge close to the Old Railway Station and thereafter up the steep hill close to Mdina Bastions and through Greek Gate Tunnel before ending the tour at the terminus next to the Domus Romana.
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6, Alley 2, Triq Habel, Bugibba, Island of Malta 3120, Malta
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Reviewed 7 August 2017

You find these little trains in most big cities and I know they can only work with the local treasures they have; Valletta has few I'm afraid. The ride commentary struggles to fill airtime with interesting local places and facts, which is surprising really given...More

Thank machinmad
Reviewed 6 August 2017

A fun and quick way to see the main bits of Valetta. The guide information played is interesting and you get a good overall view of the city.

Thank 201,212,201,212
Reviewed 12 June 2017

Worth 5 Euros per adult to see a lot of the back streets etc. Commentary by Lee Patrick was brilliant. Saw a lot more than if we had walked around. Plus it was far too hot to walk around.

Thank Alph
Reviewed 24 May 2017

At €5 per adult, €3 per child (4 - 11 years); departing from St. John's Co-Cathedral, this c.30 minute ride on a road train through Valletta was very interesting and informative with respect to the History and Culture of Valletta. With several stops for photo...More

1  Thank TioRuss
Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

This was our second Malta Fun Train as we have already done the Valetta train on a previous visit. The €10 for 2 adults was very reasonable and we got to see the area without having to push a buggy up and down the winding...More

2  Thank Michael F
Reviewed 11 November 2016

Touristy but well worth the €5 for the half hour or so ride on the little yellow road train that starts from just outside Bugibba Bus Station and takes you through Qawra and on to St Paul's Bay and back along the seafront. The recorded...More

Thank BlueForU
Reviewed 10 November 2016

did this train ride on my 4th day in Valletta and so glad i did it takes you everywhere so found the water ferry stop to get me to Sliema and the 3 cities so such a helpful ride also with commentary marking out particular...More

Thank BarcelonamadLizzie
Reviewed 1 November 2016

very nice drive both children and adults enjoyed very friendly and helpful driver thanks and very informative

Thank benin389
Reviewed 19 October 2016 via mobile

The train runs from outside St. John's Co Cathedral. At €5 each for just under half an hour, we thought this would be a nice relaxing way to see different parts of the city. It was, apart from some wailing kids. There is a set...More

2  Thank holidaymanWashington
Reviewed 12 October 2016

We took the Valletta road/train through the streets of the town centre some of the roads are very steep, so hold on tight!! Entertaining commentary from the driver and an opportunity to take photographs. A good way to see the harbour without having to walk...More

Thank Cricketman_10
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Queen0fCuisine
17 August 2017|
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Response from Alph | Reviewed this property |
You will need to ask the local information office. I don't live there. I came across the land train by walking along the promenade. Sorry I can't be more help
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Madeles2014
9 April 2015|
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Response from John L | Reviewed this property |
I got on at the Bugibba bus station but there are numerous picking up points.
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Madeles2014
9 April 2015|
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Response from alibabe1967 | Reviewed this property |
Just past the bus station, opposite the shops - there is a sign on the wall and markings on the road,so you will see where to wait. The sign gives you the journey Times. Have fun!!
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