Malta 9 Nights inc flight, luggage and transfers total for 2 Adults £211.57 @ Travel Republic
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Malta 9 Nights inc flight, luggage and transfers total for 2 Adults £211.57 @ Travel Republic

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Found 10th Mar 2013
****UPDATE****(13th March @ 10.30am)

There are still lots of deals to be had here, try these dates:

Bournemouth - Malta (7 Nights 15th - 22nd April - including luggage and transfers - Total per couple £189.61.

Bournemouth - Malta (10 nights including luggage and transfers - total per couple £225.61

Liverpool - Malta:
17th-28th April (11 nights with luggage and transfers) total per couple - £247.57





AND THIS IS MY STAR FIND

Flights from Liverpool to Malta for 2 x Adults with accomodation and resort transfers - holiday for 9 nights from Friday 12th April - Sunday 21st


Cost of bookings
The cost for your bookings is as detailed below.
The price shown includes all UK airport taxes and aviation security levy.

Flights

Adult Return Ticket x 2 @ £30.00 = £60.00

Taxes Fees and Charges x 2 @ £14.00 = £28.00

Agency Transaction Fee (ATF) x 1 @ £1.00 = £1.00

15kg Baggage Charge x 1 @ £30.00 = £30.00

Travel Republic ATOL Protection Contribution x 2 @ £2.50 = £5.00

Airline Failure Protection Insurance x 2 @ £0.00

Total = £124.00

Accommodation

DISCOUNT x 1 @ -£8.20

Double, Room Only (2 Adults) x 1 @ £90.20 = £90.20

Transfer

Transfer (RETURN) - Shuttle Transfer x 2 @ £2.79 = £5.57


TOTAL Cost of all bookings

£211.57
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or 11 nights flying from Bournmouth:


Flying form From Bournmouth - £237.57 for 2 adults - including all your extras.



Summary of bookings
Alfonso Hotel

St Julians, Malta
3 Star Hotel
Triq Il - Qaghliet

Check-In:
Thursday, 11 April 2013

Check-Out:
Monday, 22 April 2013

Outbound Flight
Thu 11-April-2013
09:40 / 13:55 (3 hours 15 minutes) 8743
Bournemouth - Malta

Return Flight
Mon 22-April-2013
07:05 / 09:20 (3 hours 15 minutes) 8742
Malta - Bournemouth

Cost of bookings
The cost for your bookings is as detailed below.
The price shown includes all UK airport taxes and aviation security levy.

Adult Return Ticket x 2 @ £34.00 =£68.00
Taxes Fees and Charges x 2 @ £14.00 = £28.00
Agency Transaction Fee (ATF) x 1 @ £1.00
15kg Baggage Charge x 1 @ £30.00 = £30.00
Travel Republic ATOL Protection Contribution x 2 @ £2.50 = £5.00
Airline Failure Protection Insurance x 2 @ £0.00

Total = £132.00

Accommodation

DISCOUNT x 1 @ -£10.00 = -£10.00
Twin, Room Only (2 Adults) x 1 @ £110.00
£110.00

Total = £100.00

Transfer
Transfer (RETURN) - Shuttle Transfer x 2 @ £2.79 = £5.57

GRAND TOTAL: £237.57
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Malta. Where you can't move for old people.
Want to have a look at some holidays from Either Glasgow airports

I am lazy!
I love Malta... the blue lagoon, popeeye village, this is were we are going for our family holiday this year... a lot of warmer resorts are full of "older" people during winter months... and dont forget you will be old one day!
Nope, Malta is a magnet for old people. Not just one or two, it's swarming with them. There are historical reasons for it. Fact is, if you go on holiday to Malta you'll have quiet neighbours. Unless you stay in St Julian's, where the Maltese and what few young holiday makers there are go to get trashed. Popeye Village is a dilapidated wreck. The trademark buses have all been scrapped and, especially since the scrapping of the Maltese Pound in place of the Euro, everything in Malta is vastly overpriced.
So no 18-25s throwing up in the street, condoms on the beach, purple suntans and stimulating conversations about football, who shagged who last night and who has been arrested so far. Shame.
qwerta369

Malta. Where you can't move for old people.



Obviously you haven't been to St.Julians (especially the Paceville area). We were there last March and we felt old at 40 and 36 respectively.
I still love Malta
qwerta369

Nope, Malta is a magnet for old people. Not just one or two, it's … Nope, Malta is a magnet for old people. Not just one or two, it's swarming with them. There are historical reasons for it. Fact is, if you go on holiday to Malta you'll have quiet neighbours. Unless you stay in St Julian's, where the Maltese and what few young holiday makers there are go to get trashed. Popeye Village is a dilapidated wreck. The trademark buses have all been scrapped and, especially since the scrapping of the Maltese Pound in place of the Euro, everything in Malta is vastly overpriced.



Always wondered where Maltesers com from, on a side note is it cannibalism for the Maltese to eat Maltesers?
you know if you google that question you would be surprised the number of people who have asked on yahoo looooooooool
qwerta369

Malta. Where you can't move for old people.



They go there for peace, quiet, fun and a people that respect them - rather than the sefish society that we now live amongst. This seems a good deal so thanks.
Edited by: "sayitasitis" 10th Mar 2013
It is said that you either love or hate Malta. I've only been twice & very much like the place, however the treatment of animals is akin to Greece so put's me off slightly. Heat added here young Stacey as fantastic price
sayitasitis

They go there for peace, quiet, fun and a people that respect them - … They go there for peace, quiet, fun and a people that respect them - rather than the sefish society that we now live amongst. This seems a good deal so thanks.



Also for the reason that it can cost far less to go and stay half or even full board in Malta for three months over Winter than it would to heat their homes. Smart move, by all accounts.
This is a mega deal, unfortunately over my current holiday budget by exactly £211.57
pete_21

This is a mega deal, unfortunately over my current holiday budget by … This is a mega deal, unfortunately over my current holiday budget by exactly £211.57



they always come about when your skinty hey xx aww give me a shout when your looking i will help out xxxx
great price if you can go in term time,i'm going 23rd july for 2 weeks,flights and a car for 4 was £1350 + £600 for the apartment,i hate my kids sometimes! X)
qwerta369

Malta. Where you can't move for old people.




Glad i haven't told anyone i was in Worthing last weekend
Love Malta,friendly people,great weather and as much to see and do as you want to.Although the prices have increased since they changed over to the euro its still reasonably priced out there.
Only advice would be if you normally book a 3* hotel go for a 4* in Malta
Love Malta lots, its amazing stayed at the Interconinental in St Julians which was real nice
Just back two weeks ago,stayed at st pauls,really enjoyed our visit. o.k it was full of old people but we were just after a quiet week away so it was perfect for us,the people are very friendly and i found everything very reasonably priced. Heat added
Good price but I hate flying Ryanair. Voted hot anyway but not for me.
Love Malta.
telephone100

Love Malta.



Is there anything that you'd alter?
qwerta369

Malta. Where you can't move for old people.



actually they go there cos it's cheaper to stay all inclusive in the winter than to pay their food/heating/electric bills at home so i don't blame them.
malta's an ok getaway but it's too built up & theres more building/roadworks going on everywhere you look so not exactly picturesque. maybe it'll be nice when it's finished but i wouldn't choose it over greece. i think the main reason to go is if you appreciate the absolutely beautiful & intricate domes/chapels/cathedrals, a nice bit of history & very nice harbours.
qwerta369

Malta. Where you can't move for old people.

malta's an ok getaway but it's too built up & theres more … malta's an ok getaway but it's too built up & theres more building/roadworks going on everywhere you look so not exactly picturesque. maybe it'll be nice when it's finished but i wouldn't choose it over greece. i think the main reason to go is if you appreciate the absolutely beautiful & intricate domes/chapels/cathedrals, a nice bit of history & very nice harbours.


I know, I said that.


Agreed. Mgarr church, for example, is a perfect example. The previous church there was bombed by the Germans and it was subsequently rebuilt with the help of proceeds of the sale of hen's eggs by local villagers. To commemorate this, the dome of the current Mgarr church is shaped like an egg.
cheaper than going isle of wight which is full of over 60,s
Malta's on my holday destination list! Thanks!
Thanks for these posts Stacey , been planning a trip to Malta from Liverpool this year , my jaw dropped when i saw your Malta post the only snag is need to go Sept-Oct Do you reckon that time of year would be much more expensive , i guess Ryanair havent got the prices up for those months yet .
bigmike2028

Just back two weeks ago,stayed at st pauls,really enjoyed our visit. o.k … Just back two weeks ago,stayed at st pauls,really enjoyed our visit. o.k it was full of old people but we were just after a quiet week away so it was perfect for us,the people are very friendly and i found everything very reasonably priced. Heat added



What was the average temperature like?
good deal, voted hot
MinerWilly

Thanks for these posts Stacey , been planning a trip to Malta from … Thanks for these posts Stacey , been planning a trip to Malta from Liverpool this year , my jaw dropped when i saw your Malta post the only snag is need to go Sept-Oct Do you reckon that time of year would be much more expensive , i guess Ryanair havent got the prices up for those months yet .



yes hun, i find the best prices for flights with ryanair are 2-3 months before you want to fly - the prices/deals change monday and thursday xxxx
Malta great place for young and old, I've been loads of times. The Euro has affected it just like everywhere in the Euro.
poisondwarf

What was the average temperature like?



The weather wasn't that great at best about 16 degrees and there was some very heavy rain but it didn't put us off
I think the worst part of our holiday was being tortured with people selling time share type holidays,every time we went out we were stopped sometimes by the same people asking if we had changed minds,even a car driving by just stopped dead and a girl got out and ran over to us
bigmike2028

I think the worst part of our holiday was being tortured with people … I think the worst part of our holiday was being tortured with people selling time share type holidays,every time we went out we were stopped sometimes by the same people asking if we had changed minds,even a car driving by just stopped dead and a girl got out and ran over to us



I would find that very annoying as well

Question.... in most places in the med you can get a pint (san miguel) for between £1.50 and £2.00.....does the same apply in Malta?
Edited by: "poisondwarf" 10th Mar 2013
Having read about pensioners going for financial reasons, how's the weather in Malta over winter? At any rate, it's a shame that I won't be able to go. I'm saving up to go to China (excluding France it will be my first trip abroad!) so I need to save my pennies.
At this price an escape from the uk weather sounds like a real treat..
Mantis

Having read about pensioners going for financial reasons, how's the … Having read about pensioners going for financial reasons, how's the weather in Malta over winter? At any rate, it's a shame that I won't be able to go. I'm saving up to go to China (excluding France it will be my first trip abroad!) so I need to save my pennies.



Excluding all of the other sarcastic replies I've made, this'll be my first.
jumpinoffthbed

malta's an ok getaway but it's too built up & theres more … malta's an ok getaway but it's too built up & theres more building/roadworks going on everywhere you look so not exactly picturesque. maybe it'll be nice when it's finished but i wouldn't choose it over greece. i think the main reason to go is if you appreciate the absolutely beautiful & intricate domes/chapels/cathedrals, a nice bit of history & very nice harbours.



Haha - I lived there between 1968 and 1971 and it was a building site then. I have been back a few times since and it never changes. Even from the air the whole island looks like a building site. The potholes are in the same place only deeper! I thought it was a sad day when they did away with the old buses.

Ever wondered why their driving is so bad? In some countries they drive on the left, in others they drive on the right, in Malta they drive in the shade!

As you say the whole island is steeped in history and the people are so friendly, they especially love the blond girls!

I LOVE the place.

Ian

KopiteLFC

cheaper than going isle of wight which is full of over 60,s



its not, full of families during summer and as it doesnt appeal to drunk teenagers (alot of us have been there, lol) there arent any there so for families its bliss

plus the ferries can only take so many people over so when its hot its only reasonably busy unlike that hideous place called bournemouth
The Maltease love the English or did the last time I went as this stems back when we did our best to protect em from the jerries!!

They went through done $hite times through the Second World War and cos they held firm Adolf bombed the hell out if them! Went for a week and thought that was enough as explored the island!!

The time share scum are a horrible lot preying on the old!! The old saying get out of my face whilst its still on your head did the trick though!!

At that price total no brainer!!!!
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