HOW MUCH DO THINGS COST IN MALTA?
Malta is a great place to study English. It is renowned for its good local food and its friendly, welcoming people. This scenic country in the heart of the Mediterranean is an open-air museum and is one of the safest countries in Europe. The official languages are English and Maltese. Malta is the ideal country for you to study, enjoy its sunny mild climate and to relax attending the effervescent calendar of cultural events.
Restaurants and Fast Food
McDonald’s McMenu Classic Big Mac €6.15
Wraps €3.90 till €7.00
Sandwich baguette €3.90 till €7.00
Salads €5.00 till €8.00
Pizza slice €1.50 / Individual €7.00
At the Supermarket
Sliced white bread (600g) €0.90
Fresh milk (1ltr) €0.85
Pasta (500g) €1.00
Pasta sauce €1.30
Rice (500g) €1.80
Eggs (6) €1.00
Water small (500ml) €0.35 / big (1.5ltr) €0.90 / Packets with 6 (2ltr each) €2.60
Beer Budweiser (355ml) €0.94 / Cisk (500ml) €1.24
Coke small (300ml) €0.65 / medium (500ml) €0.99 / big (1.5ltr) €1.45
Cereals (500g) €3.90 till €5.00
Frozen vegetables (600g) €2.40
Frozen lasagne (300g) €3.32
Chicken nuggets (1kg) €7.00
Chicken breast (500g) €3.40
Frozen burgers (1kg) €5.50
Pizza (2x 395g) €4.99
Edam cheese (1kg) €7.50
Student Tallinja Card
(Courses over 3 months)
€0.75 for 1 Journey (up to 2 hours).
Up to a maximum limit of €21 for 1 month.
Explore Tallinja Card
€21 for 7 days (unlimited travel).
12 Single Day Journeys
Cash tickets on the bus
€1.50 during Winter
€2.00 during Summer
€3.00 during Night
Standard passenger ticket €4.65
* Note that the prices may vary over time.