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Love this place so much peaceful and quaint only they now let cars in which is a down side. Great views from the walls and lots too see. You must visit Mdina Glass bring plenty of money and an extra suitcase.
I expected more to be really honest. The city is really a very large walled citadel with domestic dwellings, churches and other buildings inside. It is not, despite everyone’s initial impression, car free, and it can be a tad irritating to have to get out...More
I loved Mdina but was disappointed discover that it is no longer a silent city, cars are allowed within the walls. We did the knights tale tour while there it was ok but unfortunately it was extremely warm and stuffy
Wonderful way to spend a few hours in this fortified ancient city
The lovely narrow streets the high walls must have been a wonderful place to live in long ago plenty of restaurants and cafes to unwind a must see this place
A great place for some Maltese culture. Amazing views and a fantastic cafe for the best cakes ever. worth a visit.
to enter a couple of the churches, shoulder wraps are available for ladies to cover up.
This is a fortified city separated from Rabat by the Howard Gardens. Though it's known as "silent city", it's not silent at all as it's always inundated with tourists. It has narrow streets, very beautiful doors and windows and people still live here which is...More
From a distance Mdina is a must to visit.On arrival it is another story.Don't expect a lived in,old walled city.It is devoid of people, just tourists and tourist shops and restaurants.Horse drawn carriages, with some sad looking horses, one with a bad leg,are driven at...More
A bus ride away from Valletta (about 1 hour with traffic), this was a revelation. An attractive example of Renaissance/Baroque free from too much commercialism, but still subjected to a lot of cars (weird). A great day trip.