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Pjazza San Publiju, Mdina, Island of Malta, Malta
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Mdina is tiny but it is well worth the visit! Given that it’s known as the silent city it is also full of the hustle able bustle of any tourist spot. We took the opportunity for a tour by horse drawn carriage for €35 available...More

Thank Dave D
Reviewed yesterday

Mdina, the silent city, is a must see. The city offers great restaurants, views of the surrounding areas and most of all it offers the most amazing historic areas in Malta. Additionally, alot of interesting places to visits like mdina glass and churches;

Thank Bernard M
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Mdina is a place full of history a lot of museums around but during night even thou museums are closed it is even more beautiful

Thank Norbert B
Reviewed 2 days ago

Wonderful walk inside the beautiful narrow streets of Mdina. Just be careful of the horses and carriages which run the city!

1  Thank redman5314
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Really worth a visit, fascinating place. Lovely streets and buildings, wandering around is like going back in time. Wonderful views from the old city walls.

1  Thank Lisa W
Reviewed 2 days ago

Wonderful to be able to see a place that appears to be preserved in aspic. It is gloriously beautiful with the most attractive streets and buildings. It is a must see for anyone coming to Malta especially as the views from the top of the...More

2  Thank 923luke
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We drove to Mdina and Rabat and managed to get a car park in front of some shops not far from the old city. We arrived about 9.30am and there was hardly anyone in the old city. It was lovely to walk around while it...More

2  Thank Kate S
Reviewed 3 days ago

It's like stepping back in time, just strolling around streets with very little motorised traffic. The building are lovely and a walk around is well worth the time it takes. The views over the walls are breathtaking, being able to see right down to the...More

1  Thank cbreeze2013
Reviewed 3 days ago

Spent a good 5 hours in Mdina old town. This is a lovely place to walk, investigate and take photos in the peace and quiet of the surroundings. I came to Mdina at about lunchtime and there were no crowds or busyness around. I stopped...More

2  Thank sonia593
Reviewed 3 days ago

I have travelled to the silent city on many occasions, taken Cappuccino and cake on the battlements, walked the silent streets that used to be the capital and stood in awe at the views of Malta and Mosta Dome from the city walls, tranquill, beautiful...More

1  Thank Moocha69
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Sue20120512
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Response from Henk S | Reviewed this property |
Mdina is immediately next to Rabat. We parked 200m from the entrance of the old city. There is also a parking at a side entrance in the citywall to the north-west of Mdina. So no problem at all.
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Sue L
22 April 2018|
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Yes they are.
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5 April 2018|
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Response from Neville M | Reviewed this property |
Plenty of parking in Rabat then a short stroll into Mdina
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