There are not the words to describe this wonderful silent city. So much to see and visit. Wonderful shops and cafes.
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Our room maid at the Westin Dragonara resort suggested visiting Mdina at night when it was allot up, cool and empty of tourists. Great advice. The silent city was truly silent with no rush and lots of time to wander around.
Any trip to Malta should include a visit to Mdina and the town of Rabat (continuation outside the walls of Mdina). It can get quite busy as usually around mid-morning several tour buses arrive and the narrow streets get quite full with tours.This is a...More
Love this city - its wonderful with amazing views. It really wroth a visit. This time we went everywhere by bus and it worked really well. There are shops and eateries here You can do guided tours - which we did the first time but...More
This city has remained unchanged for centuries the Arabs built a wall around it and made it a fortress city. The main street has many old palaces and beautiful buildings. The Palazzo Vilhena is a gorgeous Baroque style building it is now an interesting history...More
Mdina is cool, beautiful, tranquil and the most beautiful place in Malta. It would fabulous to stay here but sadly places are almost impossible to find, and I won't suggest anything as a substitute! I went there every day as it draws you back in....More
Well worth a visit for a day. Plenty to see, good restaurants and magnificent views. Can thoroughly recommend you spend some time here if travelling to Malta learn about its history and the different cultures that shaped Malta Don't forget to carry some water and...More
You can take a horse drawn carriage for a quick visit through the old town, showing the highlights of that time. There are attractions in some of the old palaces which are worth a visit. You can spend a day here to see all what...More