Beautiful place steeped with fascinating buildings. Take a ride on the horse and carriage. A must visit if in Malta 🇲🇹
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Steeped in history, you can wander for ages through this amazing old City. Take a history book with you so you can at least have more of an appreciation of what you are seeing. Domus Romana is an archaeological site where a Roman house was...More
We walked up to Mdina through the living streets of Rabat which we preferred to Mdina. Mdina has some lovely old buildings but also has traffic passing through it and is certainly not the silent place we expected.
A beautiful medeveal castle city thats is kept quiet and peaceful with good museums and catheral/monastry visits available
One of the most peaceful places I have visited. Once you get deep inside the town and the narrow quite streets, take a few minutes to just stop and hear and feel the silence of the stone buildings around you.
Mdina was originally Malta's old Capital. It is a beautifully restored, super exclusive, high-end residential, medieval walled town. It is situated on a hill in the center of the island with magnificent views. Basically, one walks through the narrow streets of the town whose key...More
The jewel in the crown, "Mdina" the old capital of Malta. A medieval city with a mixture of Baroque and Norman architecture, first inhabited by Phoenicians in 700BC. There is no way to briefly describe this heritage in a single paragraph, as in every corner...More
Approaching on an hop on hop off bus the ancient old capital of Malta on a hill is an impressive sight. Entering the sand stone coloured city and meandering slowly through the narrow streets one is permeated by place. Enjoyable cafe-bars await you. And the...More