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马 耳 他 敞 篷 观 光 巴 士三 小 时 游 遍 半 个 马 耳 他 !• 普 通 话 解 说 。• 旅 途 时 长 —— 如 果 您 全 程 一 直 乘 坐 巴 士 , 整 个 旅 途 将 长 达 三 个 小 时 。• 您 可 以 在 沿 途 站 点 下 车 或 搭 乘 下 一 辆 巴 士 。• 巴 士 票 全 天 有 效 ( 每 票 上 会 有 日 期 盖 章 )。MALTA’S BUSSEN MET OPEN DAKBekijk half Malta in slechts drie uur tijd!• Met Nederlands commentaar.• Duur van de rondrit – Drie uur, als u gedurende de hele rondrit in de bus blijft.• Bij bepaalde haltes kunt u in- en uit de bus stappen.• Het buskaartje is de hele dag geldig (elk kaartje is voorzien van een datumstempel).ΑΝΟΙΧΤΑ ΛΕΩΦΟΡΕΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΜΑΛΤΑΣΔείτε τη μισή Μάλτα σε μόνο τρεις ώρες!• Με σχολιασμό στα ελληνικά.• Διάρκεια της ξενάγησης – Τρεις ώρες, αν μείνετε στο λεωφορείο καθ’ όλη τη διάρκεια της διαδρομής.• Μπορείτε να κατεβαίνετε από το λεωφορείο σε διάφορα σημεία της διαδρομής και να συνεχίζετε με το επόμενο.• Το εισιτήριο του λεωφορείου ισχύει για ολόκληρη την ημέρα (σε κάθε εισιτήριο αναγράφεται η ημερομηνία).MÁLTA NYITOTT TETEJŰ BUSZAITekintse meg Málta felét mindössze három óra alatt!• Magyar nyelvű ismertetéssel.• A körút hossza – Három óra, ha a körút során ugyanazon a buszon marad.• A kijelölt megállókban bármikor leszállhat a buszról, majd felszállhat a következőre.• A megvásárolt buszjegy egész napra érvényes (minden jegyen megtalálható az érvényesség dátuma).MALTAŃSKIE OTWARTE AUTOBUSY PIĘTROWEZwiedź pół Malty zaledwie w trzy godziny!• Opis zwiedzanych miejsc w języku polskim.• Czas trwania wycieczki - trzy godziny jeżeli pozostają Państwo w autobusie przez całą wycieczkę.• Na określonych przystankach można wysiadać lub wsiadać do autobusu.• Bilet jest ważny cały dzień (data jest stemplowana na każdym bilecie).AUTOCARROS PANORÂMICOS DE MALTAVisite metade de Malta em apenas três horas!• Com comentários em português.• Duração da viagem – Três horas se ficar no autocarro ao longo de todo o percurso.• Pode entrar /sair do autocarro em determinadas paragens.• O bilhete de autocarro é válido para o dia todo (data carimbada em cada bilhete).МАЛЬТИЙСКИЕ АВТОБУСЫ С ОТКРЫТЫМ ВЕРХОМТрехчасовая экскурсия по Мальте, охватывающая половину территории острова!• С комментариями на русском .• Продолжительность экскурсии – три часа (без выхода из автобуса на остановках).• На остановках можно выходить из автобуса и садиться в автобус в любое время.• Билеты на автобус действуют в течение дня (на каждом билете проштампована дата).MALTAS ÖPPNA BUSSARSe halva Malta på bara tre timmar!• Med kommentarer på svenska.• Rundturens längd – tre timmar om du sitter kvar på bussen under hela turen.• Du kan stiga av och på bussen vid utvalda platser.• Bussbiljetten är giltig hela dagen (datumstämpel på varje biljett).


North/Blue TourHARD ROCKRestaurantAdults: €15Children: €9FREE TRANSPORT IS ORGANISED FROM THE FOLLOWING PLACESNORTHTourSOUTHTourMonday to Saturday Cafeteria 0830 0930Sunday & Public Holiday Cirkewwa 0830 0930Monday to Saturday Paradise Bay Hotel 0832 0932 Sunday & PublicSunday & Public Holiday Cirkewwa 0832 0932Monday to Saturday Riviera Hotel 0835 0935Sunday & Public Holiday Marfa 0835 0935Monday to Saturday Mellieha Bay Hotel 0837 0937Sunday & Public Holiday Mellieha 0837 0937Monday to Saturday Mellieha Holiday Centre 0838 0938Sunday & Public Holiday Mellieha 0838 0938Monday to Saturday Seabank Hotel 0840 0940Sunday & Public Holiday Mellieha 0840 0940Monday to Saturday Luna Holiday Complex 0842 0942Sunday & Public Holiday Mellieha 0842 0942Monday to Saturday Maritim Antonine Hotel 0845 0945Sunday & Public Holiday Mellieha 0845 0945Monday to Saturday Porto Azzurro Hotel 0852 0952Sunday & Public Holiday Xemxija 0852 0952Malta by GOZONIGHT SightseeingFREE Latini Harbour Cruisewith ANY Open Bus Tour!Monday to Saturday at 1000, 1100,1200, 1300, 1400 & 1500,Sunday & Public Holidays at 1000,1100, 1200 & 1300.Monday to Saturday Tuck In 0800 0830 0900 0930 1000 1030 1100 1130 1200 1230 1300 1330 1400Sunday & Public Holiday St. Paul’s Bay 0800 0830 0900 0930 1000 1030 1100 1130 1200Monday to Saturday Gillieru Hotel 0802 0832 0902 0932 1002 1032 1102 1132 1202 1232 1302 1332 1402Sunday & Public Holiday St. Paul’s Bay 0802 0832 0902 0932 1002 1032 1102 1132 1202Monday to Saturday Mc Donalds 0805 0835 0905 0935 1005 1035 1105 1135 1205 1235 1305 1335 1405Sunday & Public Holiday Bugibba 0805 0835 0905 0935 1005 1035 1105 1135 1205Monday to Saturday Bugibba Square 0807 0837 0907 0937 1007 1037 1107 1137 1207 1237 1307 1337 1407Sunday & Public Holiday Bugibba 0807 0837 0907 0937 1007 1037 1107 1137 1207Monday to Saturday Santana Hotel 0815 0845 0915 0945 1015 1045 1115 1145 1215 1245 1315 1345 1415Sunday & Public Holiday Bugibba 0815 0845 0915 0945 1015 1045 1115 1145 1215Monday to Saturday Qawra Palace Hotel 0817 0847 0917 0947 1017 1047 1117 1147 1217 1247 1317 1347 1417Sunday & Public Holiday Qawra 0817 0847 0917 0947 1017 1047 1117 1147 1217Monday to Saturday Bella Vista Hotel 0820 0850 0920 0950 1020 1050 1120 1150 1220 1250 1320 1350 1420Sunday & Public Holiday Qawra 0820 0850 0920 0950 1020 1050 1120 1150 1220Monday to Saturday Coastline Hotel 0828 0858 0928 0958 1028 1058 1128 1158 1228 1258 1328 1358 1428Sunday & Public Holiday Salina 0828 0858 0928 0958 1028 1058 1128 1158 1228Monday to Saturday Corinthia Marina Hotel 0835 0905 0935 1005 1035 1105 1135 1205 1235 1305 1335 1405 1435Sunday & Public Holiday St. Julian’s 0835 0905 0935 1005 1035 1105 1135 1205 1235Monday to Saturday Westin Dragonara Hotel 0840 0910 0940 1010 1040 1110 1140 1210 1240 1310 1340 1410 1440Sunday & Public Holiday St. Julian’s 0840 0910 0940 1010 1040 1110 1140 1210 1240Monday to Saturday Plaza Hotel 0845 0915 0945 1015 1045 1115 1145 1215 1245 1315 1345 1415 1445Sunday & Public Holiday Sliema 0845 0915 0945 1015 1045 1115 1145 1215 1245Monday to Saturday Preluna Hotel 0850 0920 0950 1020 1050 1120 1150 1220 1250 1320 1350 1420 1450Sunday & Public Holiday Sliema 0850 0920 0950 1020 1050 1120 1150 1220 1250


SOUTH/RED TOUR TIMETABLEMonday to Saturday Malta Sightseeing Terminus 0900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500Sunday & Public Holiday Sliema (opp. Burger King) 0900 1000 1100 1200 1300Monday to Saturday Valletta Bus Terminus 0915 1015 1115 1215 1315 1415 1515Sunday & Public Holiday 0915 1015 1115 1215 1315Monday to Saturday Auberge de Castille 0917 1017 1117 1217 1317 1417 1517Sunday & Public Holiday 0917 1017 1117 1217 1317Monday to Saturday War Museum & 0920 1020 1120 1220 1320 1420 1520Sunday & Public Holiday Fort St. Elmo 0920 1020 1120 1220 1320Monday to Saturday Mediterranean 0925 1025 1125 1225 1325 1425 1525Sunday & Public Holiday Conference Centre 0925 1025 1125 1225 1325Monday to Saturday Valletta Waterfront 0930 1030 1130 1230 1330 1430 1530Sunday & Public Holiday 0930 1030 1130 1230 1330Monday to Saturday Tarxien Temples & 0945 1045 1145 1245 1345 1445 1545Sunday & Public Holiday Hypogeum 0945 1045 1145 1245 1345Monday to Saturday Vittoriosa Waterfront 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600Sunday & Public Holiday 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400Monday to Saturday Zejtun Parish Church 1015 1115 1215 1315 1415 1515 1615Sunday & Public Holiday 1015 1115 1215 1315 1415Monday to Saturday Zejtun St. Gregory’s Church 1017 1117 1217 1317 1417 1517 1617Sunday & Public Holiday 1017 1117 1217 1317 1417Monday to Saturday Marsaxlokk 1030 1130 1230 1330 1430 1530 1630Sunday & Public Holiday Fishing Village 1030 1130 1230 1330 1430Monday to Saturday Ghar Dalam 1045 1145 1245 1345 1445 1545 1645Sunday & Public Holiday Cave & Museum 1045 1145 1245 1345 1445Monday to Saturday Blue Grotto 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700Sunday & Public Holiday 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500Monday to Saturday Hagar Qim & Mnajdra 1110 1210 1310 1410 1510 1610 1710Sunday & Public Holiday Temples 1110 1210 1310 1410 1510Monday to Saturday Malta Falconry Centre 1115 1215 1315 1415 1515 1615 1715Sunday & Public Holiday 1115 1215 1315 1415 1515Monday to Saturday Limestone Heritage 1120 1220 1320 1420 1520 1620 1720Sunday & Public Holiday 1120 1220 1320 1420 1520Return to Sliema FerriesDeparture from Sliema Ferries1. Sliema – Sliema is Malta’s main coastal resort. It is a centre for shopping, restaurants and café life. Sliema is also a major commercial and residential areaand houses several of Malta’s most recent hotels. The coastline promenade, which runs for several kilometres from St. Julian’s to Gzira & Ta’ Xbiex, is idealfor walkers and joggers.2. Manoel Island (passing) - A small island fortified by Grandmaster Manoel de Vilhena, who also built the theatre in Valletta. The architect of this projectwas Frenchman Françoise de Mondion, who was also the architect of Louis XIV. The island is now being conserved and converted into an exclusiveresidential area.3. Ta’Xbiex Harbour (passing) – The area is studded with beautiful villas many of which have now been transformed into embassies.4. Msida Yacht Marina (passing) – A magnificent yacht marina with first class berthing facilities.5. Valletta Bus Terminus - The point of entry to Malta’s capital city built by the knights of the Order of St. John in 1568 and transformed over the years intothe finest example of baroque. The city is studded with historical palaces, museums, churches, garden cafés, restaurants and commercial outlets.6. Auberge de Castille & Upper Barrakka – The Auberge de Castille is located within the City of Valletta and houses the office of the Prime Minister ofMalta. Near the Prime Minister’s office we also find the Upper Barrakka Garden which is situated over Valletta’s bastions. Valletta with magnificent viewsof the Grand Harbour and the Three Cities, the hub of naval activities of the order of St. John.7. Valletta Harbour - A drive round Valletta’s harbour and the magnificent bastions. Valletta is one of the UNESCO world heritage sites and is one of the fewsurviving inhabited walled cities.8. Valletta War Museum - Malta suffered greatly during the wars and this museum is a testimony to the hardship of those years. Exhibits include equipment,uniforms and photos.9. Fort St. Elmo - The fort is at the tip of the Valletta peninsula. Historians are of the opinion that the site was fortified since the punic era (c. 200 S. C). Thefort is only partially opened to the public.10. Mediterranean Conference Centre - The building serves as a state-of-the-art conference centre. It was built by the Order of St. John as the main hospitalof the Knights. Of great importance is the long hall which served as the hospital’s medical ward and is hailed to be the longest roofed hall in Europe. Thesummit between Bush and Gorbachov in 1989 which marked the end of the Cold War was hosted in this centre.11. Fort St. Angelo - (photo opportunity) The bus will stop for a few moments. Across the water Fort St. Angelo which for centuries guarded the GrandHarbour. The site and Fort witnessed and withstood two Great Sieges, in 1565 by the Ottoman Empire and the other in 1944 by the Axis command.12. Valletta Waterfront - Serves as a cruise liner terminal. Every year this magnificent view greets tourists who arrive in Malta by sea. Within this wharf thereare a large number of commercial outlets, restaurants and cafes.13. Hypogeum - A site not to be missed. An underground Neolithic temple complex from 2500 B.C. completes with niches, oracles altars and wall paintings.Another UNESCO world heritage site. Entrance is restricted to those who have pre-booked. Tarxien Temples - Another megalithic temple and a UNESCOworld heritage site. Built in about 2000 B.C. the site continued to be used until the early Bronze Age (1500 B.C.).14. Senglea Point (photo opportunity) - A unique chance to see Valletta and its bastions from the other side of the harbour.15. Vittoriosa Waterfront - The area has recently been conserved and transformed into one of the finest marinas in the Mediterranean with berthingfacilities for super-yacht. The area also houses Malta’s Maritime Museum.16. Bieb Is-Sultan - (passing) A magnificent triumphal gate built by Grand Master Nicholas Cotoner in 1675.17. Żejtun Parish Church - A medium sized town in the south of Malta. Żejtun holds the title of Città Beland, which was bestowed by Ferdinand vonHompesch zu Bolheim, Grandmaster of Knights of Malta in 1797, Beland being his mother’s surname. Żejtun takes its name from the Sicilian Arabic for“olive”, which was one of the main productive industries in Malta. It is also known as Ħal-Bisbut, or Casal Bisbut.18. Zejtun St. Gregory’s Church - Before the building of the present parish church of Zejtun, now at the centre of the town, this used to be the church ofthe village as it was then. It was definitely the largest and one of the most interesting in the islands during the 16 th Century. Its architecture attests to itsantiquity, because there is an indication that some parts were actually constructed in the 15 th Century while others were built during the 16 th Century.19. Marsaxlokk Fishing Village - A typical Mediterranean fishing village with colourful boats, market and fish restaurants. Mix with the locals and enjoy thefresh and relaxed atmosphere.20. St. Lucian Tower (passing) - A fine example of fortification, the watch tower was by the Order of St. John. Today it is a national aquaculture centre andvisiting is restricted.21. Ghar Dalam Cave and Museum - One of the oldest caves on the island dating back 500,000 years. Skeletons of animals long extinct from the island havebeen found in this cave. The area is also ideal for rambling.22. Blue Grotto - A natural cave with crystal blue waters. A small fishing village from where you can take a short boat trip round this natural wonder.23. Hagar Qim & Mnajdra - Another two pre-historical temples which are situated in the same area with a short distance from each other.24. Malta Falconry Centre – Watch falconers fly several different species of well-trained birds of prey and see these majestic birds in free flight.25. Limestone Heritage - A museum which explains the importance stone always had with the island. Exhibits include tools used in bygone eras to quarryand work stone.Return to Sliema. Museum opening hours are indicative. Please check before your visit.FREE transport from Sliema Terminus to Various Hotels (Monday to Saturday at 1500, 1600 & 1800/Sunday & Public Holidays at 1400 & 1600).Tour runs every day except on Christmas Day


Gozo SightseeingGozo Tour Only Adults: €15 Children: €9Transport to Ferry& Back + Gozo Tour Adults: €23 Children: €17Ferry &MuseumTickets areNOT includedin the price.Transport to the ferry is to be pre-booked at least 1 day before and isorganised from the following areas at the following times:NORTHTourSOUTHTourMalta by GOZONIGHT SightseeingValletta 0745 0900Sliema 0800 0915St. Julian’s 0815 0930Bugibba 0800 0945Golden Bay & Xemxija 0835 0950Mellieha 0845 1000Return from Cirkewwa at 1615 or 1700 or 1745.(Clients to catch the 1545 or 1630 or 1715 Ferry from Mgarr Harbour)Clients to wait for a Supreme Travel Coach or Minibus near the Cirkewwa Bus Stop.FREE Latini Harbour Cruisewith ANY Open Bus Tour!Monday to Saturday at 1000, 1100,1200, 1300, 1400 & 1500,Sunday & Public Holidays at 1000,1100, 1200 & 1300.


Malta By NightIncluding a 60 Minute Stop in Mdina, the Noble City!Departure from Bugibba1. Paceville – The long, warm summer nights of Malta lend themselves to a vibrant nightlife, especially in the traffic-free zonesof Paceville. Evenings start late and for many clubbers the revelry lasts into the late hours of the morning.2. St. Julian’s & Sliema – The area of St. Julian’s and Sliema is one of Malta’s major commercial and residential areas with anumber of restaurants, shops and hotels. The history of this area is generally linked to the nineteenth and twentieth centuryand it became very popular during the British period. In 1814 as a result of the Treaty of Paris, Malta officially became partof the British Empire and remained so until Independence in 1964. Today, this area is a popular holiday destination with anumber of hotels, restaurants and English Language schools.3. Ta’Xbiex - This area known as Ta’Xbiex has, since the time of the British, been one of Malta’s prime sites for real estate, dueto its wonderful views of the harbour and Valletta, hence the number of impressive buildings of Baroque and Victorianarchitecture, many of which are now embassies and offices.4. Msida – Lies on the shores of Msida Creek, one a quiet haven for fishermen and today an important marina where beautifulluxurious yachts are seen berthed next to the local fishing boats.5. Harbours – Malta has a number of deep natural harbours. The two in this area are Marsamxett Harbour and the veryimpressive Grand Harbour.6. Valletta – In 1530, the Islands where given to the Order of St. John after they were ousted from Rhodes. Suleyman theMagnificent, Sultan of the much feared Ottoman Empire, laid siege on the island in 1565 using a large force of fighting shipsand troops. The Knights and the Maltese put up a defiant fight from their stronghold in the Three Cities overlooking the GrandHarbour and were eventually victorious. After their victory, the Knights quickly laid plans to build a fortified city on the highridge overlooking the Grand Harbour and Marsamxett Harbour. Its first stone was laid by the Grand Master La Valette on 28March 1566 and the city was called Valletta.7. Mediterranean Conference Centre – The Mediterranean Conference Centre was originally built as the hospital of theKnights of St. John. At the time, it had one of the longest halls in Europe. The patients were served on silver plates and withsilver cutlery for reasons of hygiene.8. Fort St. Elmo – During the Great Siege, the fort of St. Elmo was overcome by the Ottoman fighters but it heroically diminishedthe enemy’s strength as it battled the invaders. Within this fort, one will find the War Museum and the George Cross medalwhich was given to the Maltese people by King George VI in 1942 as a sign of their bravery.9. Castille – The monumental Baroque building, know to this day as the Auberge de Castille or simply Castille was the officialseat of the Knights of the Langue of Castille, Leon and Portugal who were responsible for the defence of the part of Vallettaknown as St. Barbara Bastions. Today, these are the Offices of the Prime Minister of Malta.10. The Aqueducts – The aqueduct was funded in 1610 by Grandmaster de Wignacourt. Now redundant, these silent archesonce played a fundamental role by bringing water to Valletta. Due to the geological structure of the land, Malta’s sources ofwater are nowhere near the city and are restricted to areas where blue clay is found, mainly to the north of the island. Theinhabitants of the ‘new’ city of Valletta lived with a serious lack of water for about 45 years since the only natural spring wasoutside the city, a few kilometres away.11. Rabat & Mdina – Archaeological findings and historical records show that since time immemorial, there would have beena settlement of people on the high grounds of Rabat and Mdina. The number of catacombs, cart ruts and artefacts arewitnesses to this. Today, Mdina is one of the main attractions with its old medieval streets and baroque cathedral and palaces.The mosaic pavements in the ruins of Roman Domus or Roman House, probably date back to the first century B.C. and rankamongst the finest and oldest mosaic compositions in the western Mediterranean.12. Mosta – One possible interpretation of the name ‘Mosta’ derives from the fact that the town is right in the centre of the island.Mosta church is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and was built between the years 1833 and 1860 by thearchitect George Grognet de Vasse as an enlarged version of Rome’s famous Pantheon. It is one of the largest unsupporteddomes in the world after St. Peter’s in Rome and Haghia Sophia Istanbul. Mosta’s Feast Day falls on the 15 th August, which isMalta’s most popular feast and is celebrated in many parished across the Island.13. Naxxar – Ancient historical records show that Naxxar has been a parish since the early 15 th century. Today, Naxxar is thrivingtown of over eleven thousand people living in the traditional village centre or in the more modern areas with its wide avenuesand pleasant surroundings.14. Lija - A small village that forms part of the three villages of Malta, along with Attard and Balzan. Lija has a baroque parishchurch, seven small chapels, old houses of character, large citrus gardens & also a unique Belveder tower.Return to Hotels


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Special LunchOfferSeafood Restaurant, Wine Bar & CafeteriaSituated near St Pauls Shipwreck Chapel and the Wignacourt Tower, ourrestaurant provides breathtaking views for all diners. We are offering“Maltasightseeing” bus ticket holders a special lunch comprising ofFresh tomato Bruschetta,followed by Spagetti Vongleand a Glass of wine or beerfor only Euro10. (12.15pm -2.30pm)“Maltasightseeing” Bus customers who turn up at odd hoursare offered a free Cappuccino with any two ordered.GILLIERU RESTAURANT, TRIQ IL-KNISJA, SAN PAWL IL-BAĦAR Tel: 21573480North Route Bus Stop no. 20 South Route Bus Stop no. 12


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TERMS AND CONDITIONSRelating to the supply of the service by Supreme Travel Ltd. (‘the Company’), the following are the terms &conditions:The service provided by the Company includes the provision of sightseeing tours by passenger-carrying vehicles.TICKETSYou should keep your ticket safe as replacements will not be issued. You must show or purchase your ticket as youboard. The ticket remains the property of the company and must be produced for inspection and, if requestedto do so, be surrendered upon demand to an authorized Company Official. You will not be permitted to use anySupreme Travel service unless you have a valid ticket for the day you wish to travel. Hop-on, hop-off tour ticketsentitle you to use Supreme Travel services during operational hours commencing at the time and date printed onyour ticket. When your ticket expires you must leave the bus or purchase another ticket. Extensions will not begiven.TICKETS ARE NOT TRANSFERABLELook after your ticket. If you lose it, you lose your ride. Passengers found travelling without a valid ticket will becharged the full hop-on, hop-off fare.CHILDRENA child is defined as being aged from 5-15 years. Only one child under 5 years accompanied by one adult maytravel free as long as they do not occupy a seat to the exclusion of a fare-paying passenger. Children must beaccompanied by an adult at all times. Children must pay for their headphones.DEPARTURE POINTS AND TIMESThe Company endeavors to provide departure points and times for the service which are as accurate as possible.However, the Company reserves the right to vary such departure points and times without notice to you, ascircumstances require.ROUTEThe Company reserves the right to deviate from the route of a service in the event of marches, parades, or wherereasonably prudent to do so in the light of circumstances beyond the Company’s control.BUSESWhile the Company endeavors to operate its famous open-top double-decker buses, it reserves the right to operateclosed-top single decked buses from time to time, especially in bad weather. The Company operates a timetabledservice and reserves the right, for safety reasons, to refuse you access to travel on a particular departure. For safetyreasons you are required to remain seated on the upper deck while the bus is in motion. As we operate a hop-onhop-off service, seats cannot be guaranteed on either deck.SERVICEThe company reserves the right to cancel the tours in bad weather.REFUNDSIn the event that the Company is unable to operate a service throughout the period of the validity of your ticketthrough circumstances totally within its control, you shall be entitled to a full or part refund of the price of yourticket. Any application for a refund must be made in writing (tickets must be enclosed) to the Company’s offices;Supreme Travel Ltd., Triq il-Kastellan, Zejtun ZTN 4400, Malta or to that of the agent.ACCIDENT OR LOSSPlease take care of all personal property while travelling. The Company will not be liable for any loss, damage,delay, inconvenience, or direct or consequential loss, however caused, unless due to our employees’ negligence,in which case our liability is limited to damages (except for death or personal injury) to a maximum of the refundof the ticket price.TICKET AGENTSWhere a ticket is purchased from one of the Company’s Ticket Agents, any query regarding the ticket purchase, orany request for a refund for whatever reason, must be referred to the Ticket Agent who sold the ticket.GENERAL CONDITIONSWe may at our discretion require any person to alight from a tour if we deem his/her conduct offensive or anuisance to other passengers, or if behaving in such a way as to constitute a risk to his/her safety or to the safetyof other passengers, and we shall have no further liability. These conditions shall in all respects be governed by thelaws of Malta. Malta Sightseeing Tours Hop on Hop off are approved by the ADT, Malta. If you have any commentsabout the sightseeing tour, please send them to Supreme Travel Ltd., Triq il-Kastellan, Zejtun ZTN 4400, Malta.ALCOHOLThe consumption of alcohol is prohibited on the bus.Supreme Travel LtdKastellan RoadZejtun ZTN 4400MALTAT: (356) 21694967, 21677197F: (356) 21695856W: www.maltasightseeing.comE: info@maltasightseeing.com

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