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The Mdina Glass workshop and showroom is very popular with the tourist buses but it is large and can absorb lots of people. You can see the glass blowers at work in the workshop, which is fascinating, then you can browse the finished works in...More
Mdina Glass Factory/Shop.
Witness glass blowers from furnace to completed article.
Wander around a large shop with all manner of glass objet's d'art..at prices which range from a few Euros for "seconds" to expensive peices that you would not dream of trying to get home...More
Our visit to Mdina Glass factory / showroom, showing such old skills using traditional glass blowing,forming technique was very entertaining for all followed by a visit to the factory shop, lovely but some glassware is very expensive.
The visit to the factory of the famous Mdina glass was both informative and practical. We were able to see the whole process of producing the glass products, perfectly explained by our tour guide, and later to buy some of them. The collection that is...More
I’m so glad we visited here near Christmas. All of the items for sale are beautiful and of superb quality but the Christmas products are unique and amazing.
For a colourful Christmas tree the cost was just short of €30. Amazing shop and great prices.
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just jump on a bus [tickets are 1-2 euros and last either a morning or afternoon]to Valetta ... which is the end of the line so to speak.Then at the bus depot ask which bus.the same ticket covers you.Mdina glass is just... More
just jump on a bus [tickets are 1-2 euros and last either a morning or afternoon]to Valetta ... which is the end of the line so to speak.Then at the bus depot ask which bus.the same ticket covers you.Mdina glass is just inside the 'silent city'. :) worth a visit check out some of my new pics