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Explore Malta in a Self-drive Electric Car Tour

Highlights
  • 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
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Explore Malta in a Self-drive Electric Car Tour
From US$46,24
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Explore Malta in a Self-drive Electric Car Tour
From US$46,24
Overview

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.

Reviews (218)
1 - 5 of 198 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago
Perfect trip

Trip perfectly stipulated with accurate explanations. The car itself is easy to drive and in case of an emergency there is always contact with the tour operator. The tour is exactly showing what you can expect of a visit of the three cities. The GPS...More

Date of experience: January 2019
1  Thank FRANK K
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fantastic way to explore the area and have some fun!

This is a great company offering a really fun activity. I emailed them two weeks before Christmas to get a voucher sent over for my boyfriend as a present. It was really easy and communication via email was quick and efficient. Easy online payment and...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Larissa E
KrisRycken, Manager at Rolling Geeks, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Dear Larissa E, the pleasure of entertaining a client like you is all ours. Thank you so much for your lovely review and high recommendation. So glad you both enjoyed it and look forward to seeing you again, hopefully. Best wishes from RG

Reviewed 1 week ago
speeding cars are daunting, not for the faint-hearted

One thing to bear in mind and consider when planning to go on this tour is that you are sharing the road with other motorists on 2 and 4 wheels who are going much faster than your electric car and they will overtake you. That...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank 700worldtraveller
KrisRycken, Manager at Rolling Geeks, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

hi there, reading your review, especially the title and first paragraph, brought a smile to my face,( in spite of the average rating which I leave up to our clients to determine its fairness, while reading the rest of your review), because one would think...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
What an adventure!

A gorgeous way to visit the three cities but take care the buggy and/or the state of the roads makes it an adventure and not recommanded if you have any back problem because rather unconfortable and with a lot of bumps and chocs. That said...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank NelHerv
KrisRycken, Front Office Manager at Rolling Geeks, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Allo NelHerv, thanks for your feedback. Yes i'm afraid there are a couple of parts on the route that are bumpy, that is why we opted for 4x4 cars. however i do hope this didn't spoil your tour or distract you from admiring the beautiful...More

Reviewed 29 November 2018 via mobile
Big Brother is watching

We had a fun couple of hours touring around in our little vehicle. It was a great way to explore the 3 towns. Our interpretation of the GPS went wrong a few times. We immediately received a call from “Big Brother” correcting us. Good fun....More

Thank laulex
KrisRycken, Front Office Manager at Rolling Geeks, responded to this reviewResponded 30 November 2018

Dear laulex, thank you for writing us a review, sharing your experience. we're delighted you enjoyed it so much and gettting lost didn't spoil the fun. that's why we're here; to do our best so you enjoy rolling with our geeks. best wishes from RG

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Christine R
24 January 2019|
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Response from Martin M | Reviewed this property |
Taxi or water taxi are quickest, but not cheap. Slower but attractive is to take the ferry from Sliema to Valetta, walk across, and then take the lift down, and get the ferry across to Birgu.
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Christine R
24 January 2019|
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Response from Martin M | Reviewed this property |
Yes as long as it's a safe parking area, no yellow lines etc. The Geeks recommend it, and will even give you pointers.
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lilyv681
7 December 2018|
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