Dance Studies Association 2018 Conference
Contra: Dance & Conflict

July 5-8, 2018
University of Malta
Valletta, Malta

Staying in Malta

Visa information

Citizens of EU countries, North America, and Australia do not need visas for the period of the conference, but may need to provide evidence of a return ticket. For unofficial information, see here.

To see official documents relating to visas, consult the following site: https://identitymalta.com/who-requires-a-visa/

Financial transactions

You may withdraw Euros from a BOV (Bank of Valletta) or HSBC ATM at the airport. This is recommended over the poor exchange rates you’ll be offered from the currency exchange stations within the airport. There are exchange houses in Valletta for converting currencies to Euros. It is difficult to exchange travelers’ checks in Malta, so you are discouraged from relying on that as a currency.

Most restaurants and stores accept Visa and Mastercard, though many do not take other cards (such as Discover and American Express). Minimum purchase with a card is often €10 as companies are charged for purchases by credit/debit.

Value-Added Tax (VAT) in Malta is 18%. It is always included in purchases.

Currency 

The unit of currency in Malta is the Euro. 

Banks 

There are banks in all the towns and villages with additional "Bureaux de Change" in Sliema, St Julians and Valletta.  

Bank of Valletta and HSBC banking hours are as follows:

Bank of Valletta 
Monday - Thursday 0830hrs - 1400hrs
Friday  0830hrs - 1530hrs
Saturday  0830hrs - 1230hrs

HSBC 
Monday - Thursday  0830hrs - 1330hrs
Friday 0830hrs - 1630hrs
Saturday  0830hrs - 1230hrs

Electricity 

Electricity supply is 220/240 volts, single phase, 50 cycle.  The square fitting standard three-pin plugs and sockets are used (identical to the UK).



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