This is an amazing place to visit the streets draw you in. The balconies and door knockers are fantastic. There are amazing cafes, good quality gift shops and a great place to wander round.
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The city is approachable by bus from Valetta. It's approx. 20-30 min ride, depending on the traffic. We enjoyed the public transport because we could see so many things of what Malta has to offer. We were told that Mdina was the previous capital city,...More
Mdina is situated on a hill which can be seen via the main roads passing by. There are a few car parks nearby and are donation only to park. We stopped by the little kiosk situated outside the gardens as it was a hot day...More
A must to see when on the island of Malta , a take back in time, through the small winding streets. A wonderful experience back to the knights of St John. A must do.
Mdina is a wonderful place to wander around, but it's advisable to visit early. That way you really get a feel for the place without the hum of tourists buzzing around. There are two entrance gates through the old city walls from the bus stops...More
Mdina is a must for all tourists who come to Malta for its history. I am a native and have visited Mdina more than once a year and am still discovering things I have missed in my previous visits. Whilst walking the narrow roads, please...More
Caught the bus from Valletta Bus Station. Cheap and easy journey took 25 mins. Bus drops off right outside Mdina City Gates.Went with my partner and 15yr old grandson.Wonderful place. So beautifully preserved and maintained. We all loved it. Quiet, peaceful and not crowded. Some...More
I have visited here several times over 50 years and it has hardly changed in that time. Park outside the gates and walk in. Plenty of photo opportunities if you like Mediterranean architecture. Nice and cool even in the Maltese heatwave. Great views across Malta....More
This was an interesting area to walk around and visit. We made a stop from the Hop On, Hop Off bus which takes you to the gates of the city. There are a number of horse and buggy guys there, some of whom will harass...More