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This is an impressive sight. The expanse of the area covered along with the well preserved buildings.
It has a real old world feel especially when you walk down the narrow alleys. We did not have time to join a tour but would have liked...More
Mdina is a lovely old city must see place to visit whilst in Malta. Its so beautiful; the stone gate into the city and the walls around the outside are super impressive. The lovely quaint streets are love and buildings are so impressive.
This charming little city is definitely one of the most beautiful places om Matla island. Well perserved, with its beautiful, old houses and narrow streets, it' a must see for every turist. It' s very easy to get there from Valetta ( bus lines 51,...More
A 30 minute drive from the capital Valletta lies Mdina, the centre of which is an old walled city. It is free to enter although some of the sites within the walls you have to pay to enter. The best way round is to walk...More
We travelled from Selima by public bus from Ferries. Got seat from start. Took an hour but good to see country side. Bus end next to Mdina. Fascinating location a must to visit. We made a mistake in visiting Mdina experience and Malta knights as...More
from the bus stop of Rabat, with a couple of minutes walk I could enter the main gate of the fortified old town of Mdina.
It is quite small and in one hour you can walk on all the narrow streets inside and admire the...More