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All reviews silent city narrow streets horse drawn visit mdina game of thrones step back in time within the walls every corner walk around beautiful architecture souvenir shops mdina glass steeped in history main gate worth a visit hop on hop off bus couple of hours
Very nice to take a walk down the streets and see the architecture. Streets are very narrow and very interesting to see how cars get in and out from their garages. Streets are cobbled and there are many picturesque sites.
Not as “Silent” as it once was, with many visitors, horse drawn carriages and quite a few cars these days, but still a magical place to visit.
Once the capital city of Malta, Mdina is a lovely place to wander. Enjoy the shady streets on...More
The day we chose to visit the old town started off quite cloudy.
Because of its location on the hill, any wind permeates and rushes through the old town streets. We loved the old architecture and the feeling you get walking through time.
Interesting place. I liked the narrow streets and the architecture of the place. The old city has an interesting history. You will find some nice restaurants and some souvenirs shops in case you want to have a bite to eat or you want a memory....More
You can't miss this beautiful little city om yourntrip to Malta. Architechturally so different from the other cities we went to, with a tranquil atmosphere and amazing views. You'll want to take enough time to wander around the tiny streets, and stop for tea.
You mostly walk around in tiny streeta surrouded with high limestone walls. Wrth to see the church but it us very similar to other churches on the island. Good view on the whole island. Mdina is much more nicely looking from above. And the cars...More
Visit Mdina during the day to enjoy the beautiful architecture, shops and Cathedral whilst enjoying a coffee and cake or a light lunch, but then visit Mdina during the evening, when the sun has gone down to find the most romantic old city where you...More
From the imposing sight of this ancient hilltop city when approaching by road, to the mazy narrow streets and its architecture - a visitor cannot fail to be impressed.
Such a lovely tranquil feel walking around, helped by the slightly pinkish hue of the local...More