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Explore Malta in a Self-drive Electric Car Tour

  • Tour Malta in a talking electric car, complete with GPS
  • Combine all the benefits of an excursion with the freedom of your own car
  • Learn about Maltese history and culture in your choice of eight languages
Explore Malta in a Self-drive Electric Car Tour
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Rolling Geeks tour 2 adultsMost Popular
The Rolling Geeks are self-drive electric cars that talk! To tour the quaint 3 Cities and Kalkara in a fun and original way, with pre-programmed GPS, telling you where to go & what you see.
From US$44,49
Tour 2 adults + 2 children >16
The Rolling Geeks are self-drive electric cars that talk! To tour the quaint 3 Cities and Kalkara in a fun and original way, with pre-programmed GPS, telling you where to go & what you see.
From US$44,49

If you’d like to combine the freedom of self-drive with the rich information you get from a tour, then this electric talking car tour of Malta is for you. Hop aboard, take the wheel, and drive a 12-mile (18-kilometer) stretch of road as your talking car explains exactly what you’re seeing. Sustainable and eco-friendly, it’s the perfect family adventure.

What to Expect

Collect your car and learn the ropes on the waterfront: the electric cars are easy and safe to drive. Then follow the GPS to tour Three Cities (Vittoriosa, Senglea, and Cospicua), Kalkara and Smart City. As you pass each attraction, your car explains exactly what you’re seeing—and there’s more than 50 places of interest along the way.

Cover everything from the Malta Film Studios, the Grand Harbour Marina, and historic forts to the stunning Gardjola Gardens, the Malta Maritime Museum, the Inquisitor’s Palace, and the Malta at War Museum. It’s the perfect introduction to the nation, and ideal for families with younger children.

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1 - 5 of 137 reviews

Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Fun and interesting

We had great fun driving the ‘geek’ round the Three Cities. The operation is really well organised, with everything thought about. They even call you if you go wrong (we did once!), but we found it easy to follow. It is quite bouncy over the...More

Thank AlanC_ac
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
What a Blast!

We absolutely loved this adventure! After reading all the reviews, I felt pretty sure this was going to be fun, but after we got on our cruise, I started to get concerned that we wouldn’t arrive close enough to get to them. I wrote a...More

Thank AZflyer066
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great fun

The electric car was fun to drive and the route took us around some beautiful areas with plenty of time to stop for photos and refreshments. The staff were fantastic. We had a full briefing on the car and the route before we set off....More

Thank janpeacock
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Awesome tour with excellent crew :)

The tour is not only funny but also the area is realy beatuful. The reviews on differt pages recommend for instance Valletta, Marsaxlokk and medina. This tour is just as beatifull! It is easy to navigate, not difficult do drive the car and you dont...More

Thank helenniks
Reviewed 1 week ago
A lot of fun and the best way to explore the 3 cities

We sis go as we had seen the signs on the ferry, and it sounded fun. It was a few minutes introduction to the rolling geek (electric golf cart ish). It is not cheap, €75 for the car. But, is it worth it ! No...More

Thank Mike K
KrisRycken, Front Office Manager at Rolling Geeks, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago

I’m glad you found it good value for money after you went along and did the tour. You ended up appreciating all the efforts we put in this concept. we simply want whoever cares to roll with the geeks to be satisfied, to enjoy it...More

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19 June 2018|
Response from helenniks | Reviewed this property |
Hello Bethweis, on the page below you can find the ferry timelines. Ferry from Valletta to 3 cities/Birgu will take you 15 min. From there you only have to walk down the harbor (2 min). Type in Google: vallettaferryservices... More
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Janine J
8 June 2018|
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Response from Sally D | Reviewed this property |
4 seats available maybe only suitable for 2 adults and 2 children. Check with the geeks it may be a weight thing. Hope this helps
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