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57, St Christopher’s Street Valletta, VLT1462 Malta

+356 2033 0033


Mdina is quite a hub of history in Malta. It was the nation’s first citadel capital. The place has been present since the Bronze Age when it was the Roman centre. Due to its importance to Malta, the city was fortified. Arabs were the first to express the significance to Mdina. It continued all the way to the medieval Christian era. The importance began declining as the Knights arrived in the 16th century. Although it is perceived as a museum, the place is still inhabited. Noble families in Malta have their roots in Mdina. The streets are small but interesting to explore.
For example, you can start from the main gate. Use the Villegaignon Street towards the cathedral and head to Bastion Square. In Bastion Square, you can view the beautiful scenery of the island. During the day is the most appropriate time to view Mdina.
The evening may also feel convenient when groups of visitors have left. The sunset is beautiful and later a nice meal at one of the restaurants that have a theme of Malta’s culture.




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