On reaching Blata l-Bajda’s bus stop in Marsa, proceed by taking the street to the right which holds the name of ‘it- Telgha ta Spencer’. At the far end, turn to the left onto ‘Triq l-Ghassara ta l Gheneb’. The premises of EASO are found 150 metres down this road. Upon seeing the EASO sign, cross the street and access the building from the small street on your left.
By car from the Malta International Airport
Exit the airport and upon reaching the roundabout drive straight without taking any turns. At the next roundabout, turn right into the main road, named ‘Triq Ta’ Garnaw’, and follow that road to the following roundabout, and turn left. Follow that road to the end and turn left again. On driving down this street you will come in another intersection. Continue following the road onto ‘Triq Aldo Moro’ for about 1.5km. Upon reaching another round about turn left and follow the signs to Valletta. After the bus stop, turn left into the tunnel. After driving for a kilometer or so make sure you do not proceed towards the centre of Valletta and instead keep on going straight till you reach the roundabout. Drive straight for another 150 m until you notice the iron structured building on the left hand side of the road. You should then see the EASO sign. When facing EASO’s logo, the entrance is in a small street on your left. Use the black, iron door to enter and continue to the end, where EASO’s premises are located.
On foot from Valletta
The easiest way is to follow the coastline along the Valletta Waterfront, in the south-east of Valletta, until you reach EASO’s building on your left. The building can be recognised by the logo of EASO. When facing EASO’s logo, the entrance is in a small street on your left. Use the black, iron door to enter and continue to the end, where EASO’s premises are located.