Malta Will Re-Open For Tourism From July 2020

Malta Will Re-Open For Tourism From July 2020

24/06/2020 0 By M Zaman

Likewise, any other country in the Mediterranean region Malta is a hidden gem. But, Malta will re-open for tourism from July 2020.

Starting from July 1, 2020 visitors from six-designated countries can visit in Malta for the purposes of tourism. Countries are Spain, France, Poland, Greece, Croatia and Italy an announcement reveals.

As, Malta is re-opening its airports from next month. Visitors can only travel from a specific airport within their country.

UK is currently not the list, once the Maltese government will resume its tourism industry.

However, the government is continuously reviewing its Covid-19 policies.

St. John's Co-Cathedral

St. John’s Co-Cathedral
(Image: Maltainfoguide)

There are restrictions on all other flight destinations will be lifted on July 15, 2020. It may include UK on the list.

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Minister for Tourism and Consumer Protection Julia Farrugia Portelli added, “opening of the airport will further sustain our tourism and economy.”

She further added, “over the past weeks and months has classified Malta as one of the safest destinations.”

Dr. Gavin Gulia, Chairman of the Malta Tourism Authority added, “six additional destinations opening up as from July 1st, and the rest becoming accessible by the middle of next month, the travel and hospitality sector can start to recover lost ground fast.”

“MTA will do everything in its power to support local stakeholders in their efforts to regain the levels of visitor inflows that were the norm before the global crisis.”

Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon Bay (Maltauncovered)

Once a tourist is considering to travel in Malta during Covid-19 pandemic.

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They will have to follow stricter hygienic policies this including maintaining social-distancing rule and use of a face mask.

Malta is a favourite holiday destination among British holiday makers.

Although, Malta is very small in size. But, there are plenty of things to discover.

Many of the Malta’s history goes to its colonial past. As Malta was previously ruled by the British until it become an independent nation.

You will find more information about Malta from here.

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