A car rental Malta from Auto Europe is the best way to discover more of this country south of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea. In Luqa, you can visit the Grandmaster's Palace and if you're looking for a wonderful romantic getaway with your loved one, Hamrum may be right for you.
When driving in Malta, there are a few things to keep in mind. While technically you should drive on the left, you'll soon find out that locals abide by that rule rather loosely, specially when trying to avoid holes on the road. The roads in Malta are in fairly good condition for the most part, but there are still several sections not quite as well maintained, so keep an eye out for holes.
It should also be noted that Maltese drivers often don't use their indicator lights, so don't be startled by someone unexpectedly taking a turn in front of you. Find more information about car rental in Malta through our fleet guides and book your car rental today.