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All reviews stunning views worth a visit building work fortified city worth the climb steeped in history within the walls narrow streets walk around folklore museum couple of hours grain silos free of charge entrance fee visiting gozo citadel visitors
We went here on the windiest day of our stay and walking around the top was fantastic! you can see the whole of Gozo from there! The whole of Citadel is brilliant though, with its narrow streets and cathederal you cant help but love the...More
Recently renovated and an amazing place to visit both during the day and at night . The citadel is a very u inquest place to visit when in Gozo. One can walk around the citadel and have a drink or a bit while at it....More
We arrived in Victoria via the excellent bus service and were initially alarmed. The first square is workers territory. Head through and you are in the historic squares. Be aware that if you are that ‘certain’ age (fat, fair and forty) there are lots of...More
Victoria is the capital of Gozo & no visit there is complete without going to the Citadel, the historic, fortified city with its commanding views over the whole island.Walk the ancient, winding streets, visit the imposing cathedral and museums and savour the views from the...More
The views and architecture were breath-taking. Unfortunately, so, too, were the ramps--for a very different reason. They exceeded the 10% grade that is considered safe--and did so more times than we'd care to remember. The cathedral is accessible for wheelchair users by way of a...More
Yes, you can walk around the citadel at night, in fact it is a lovely time to see it, as there are no tourists around. The lights of various towns can be seen on Gozo which is also great to see. We wandered up there after... More
Yes, you can walk around the citadel at night, in fact it is a lovely time to see it, as there are no tourists around. The lights of various towns can be seen on Gozo which is also great to see. We wandered up there after dinner and saw three people, one was the security guard. Obviously things will not be open.