Numerous transportation services are available to and from Valletta Cruise Port, thus making the Port of Valletta well-connected to Valletta itself and the rest of the Maltese Islands.
By Air: The Malta International Airport services major regional and international air carriers. Valletta Cruise Port is approximately a 15 minutes drive from the airport, where taxis are readily available.
By Taxi: A booking office is available on the Valletta Waterfront promenade providing taxi services and tours at established rates.
By Sightseeing Bus Tours: Hop-on hop-off bus services are available offering transport to diverse places of interest. Tickets are available from the coloured booths located directly on the Valletta Waterfront promenade.
By Bus: A public bus service to and from Valletta, Route 130, is available. Get to the Valletta Terminus at Valletta City Centre from Valletta Cruise Port from the bus stop ‘Waterfront’.
By Ferry: Ponte Ferries operates a passenger and vehicle ferry service from Malta to Sicily with scheduled trips between Valletta Cruise Port and the Port of Augusta. It is recommended that you check the website www.ponteferries.com for the most accurate and up-to-date information.
By Gozo fast ferries: Valletta Cruise Port and Valletta Waterfront are located within a short walking distance from the Gozo fast ferries’ terminal located at Lascaris Wharf. It is recommended that you check the respective operators’ website for the most accurate and up-to-date information.
The Upper Barrakka panoramic lift: It is also possible to combine the ticket for the lift with the ferry crossing across the Grand Harbour to or from The Three Cities.
By Electric Cars / Scooters / Ebikes: These are available for rent on the Valletta Waterfront promenade.
By Horsecab: Available in the road adjacent to the Valletta Waterfront. These offer traditional horsecab rides to the City.
By Traditional Dgħajsa (boat) and Water Taxi: Tours around the historic Maltese waters including the Grand Harbour, using traditional boats and also water taxis are available.
On Foot: One may opt to stroll to Valletta which takes approximately 25 minutes through Crucifix Hill. However this uphill walk is not recommended on hotter days or for persons who do not walk on a regular basis.
Parking Facilities: A number of parking places are available at the Atrium car park at the Valletta Waterfront. Ample parking space available on the quays (fuq il-moll). More parking spaces are also available at the MCP car park. Parking is also available on the road.