Study in St. Julian's

St. Julian's is a little coastal town located to the north of the capital city of Malta, Valletta. It is named after its patron saint of hunters, Saint Julian.This town is a blend of charming fishing village and popular vacation destination.

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St. Julian's is a little coastal town located to the north of the capital city of Malta, Valletta. It is named after its patron saint of hunters, Saint Julian.
This town is a blend of charming fishing village and popular vacation destination. It offers relaxing moments on lovely beaches or various sports activities in crystal clear water during the day and a busy nightlife in bars, restaurants and clubs by night.

What to do and see: visit the official Malta tourism website.

Be prepared, what is important to know about St Julian’s:

  • St Julian’s Currency: EUR
  • St Julian’s Telephone area code: +356
  • St Julian’s Electricity (plug): Electricity in Malta is 220-240 volts, frequency 50Hz, plug type G. Check out the type of plug.
  • St Julian’s Annual events: Battle of Malta (Sep) and more.
  • St Julian’s Public holidays: check out on Government website.
  • St Julian’s Weather average:

Summer (Jun - Aug): 20°C - 30°C
Autumn (Sep - Nov): 17°C - 24°C
Winter (Dec - Feb): 10°C - 16°C
Spring (Mar - May): 13°C - 20°C

Find information about transports in St Julian’s on government website:

  • Getting around St Julian’s: buses
  • Taxis can be hailed from the streets.

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Numbers

10232
population
$ 860
Cost of living
(Month)
5.4 %
Unemployement
$ 4.6
Minimum Wage
(per hour)
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  • Living expenses
cost of living unit: 
Month
  • Accomodation: 350.0
  • Groceries: 200.0
  • Transport: 50.0
  • Services: 130.0
  • Health Cover: 40.0
  • Entertainment: 90.0

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