Mdina – Malta

Postcard from Mdina - Malta    

Mdina – Malta’s ancient walled city, crowns a hilltop and is one of the finest examples of an medieval and baroque architecture. The whole town is crumbly and utterly charming. It won’t take you long to explore the place.

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The city is still confined within its ancient walls and although a World Heritage site, it is also a living, breathing city with a population of just under 300. Surely everyone knows each other here! Stroll the winding cobbled streets and lose yourself in the honey-coloured architecture, colourful doorways and balconies.

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Stop to the smell the flowers.

Postcard from Mdina - Malta

Mdina is also known as the silent city of Malta.

No wonder. Just don’t wake up the locals.

Enjoy the shady streets and the spectacular panoramic views of the city walls.

Postcard from Mdina - Malta

Mdina is the most photogenic town in Malta and an ideal spot for a little afternoon wander.

Postcard from Mdina - Malta


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  1. 26th February 2018 / 7:07 pm

    Gorgeous photos once again! I bet it felt like you were in a fairy-tale as you wandered the streets.

  2. Jasmin N
    26th February 2018 / 9:17 pm

    Mdina is absolutely amazing. Feels like you’ve ended up somewhere in Medieval time – doesn’t it? If there’s a place where I would live if I moved to Malta, I’d live in Mdina.

    • 26th February 2018 / 9:34 pm

      You’re right, it does! You would certainly know all your neighbours 🙂

      • Jasmin N
        27th February 2018 / 10:46 pm

        I’d probably still avoid them hahaha 😀

  3. 27th February 2018 / 12:14 am

    You visit the most beautiful places… Love the pictures

    • 27th February 2018 / 12:43 am

      Thank you 🙏🏻 there are so many beautiful places in the world – if only we could see everything!

      • 27th February 2018 / 1:10 am

        I know right… we see the world through other people’s stories.

        • 27th February 2018 / 9:17 am

          True! Books, blogs, vlogs, tv and movies are all great sources for wanderlust 🗺

  4. 27th February 2018 / 5:26 am

    Another amazing sight! And that kitten napping is so adorable! I’m sure it paints the feel the the surroundings themselves!

    • 27th February 2018 / 9:13 am

      Indeed, although Mdina is a now a tourist site it was still very quiet and relaxed.

  5. 27th February 2018 / 12:19 pm

    Wow, now that I think about it, more than 4 years have passed since my trip to Malta. I really liked Mdina and Malta in general was worth visiting in my opinion! Nice post!

    • 27th February 2018 / 8:14 pm

      We really enjoyed ourselves as well – thank you 😘

  6. Marcella Mind
    27th February 2018 / 1:26 pm

    Malta is a very popular destination in the last few years I have notice.😊 This place Mdina looks very cute.

  7. 27th February 2018 / 8:19 pm

    Looks like a perfect holiday location – sunny, beautiful and calming. Nobody is in a hurry and you can use whole day exploring the streets and photographing, right?

    • 27th February 2018 / 11:17 pm

      Exactly! Mdina is quite small so it won’t take you very long to have a thorough walk around the city.

  8. 27th February 2018 / 8:20 pm

    Wow…such an amazing place and wonderful architecture. Love to see your travel story and pictures. And love to see the cat on sleeping beauty, how cute. 🙂

    • 27th February 2018 / 9:27 pm

      Thank you Kintan 😘 glad you enjoyed the post!

  9. helenevlacho
    28th February 2018 / 9:25 am

    Such a beautiful place! Amazing city, amazing architecture and traditional vibes! As always, gorgeous photos!

  10. 3rd March 2018 / 2:54 am

    Your pictures are amazing!! I feel like I am on this trip while sitting in my living room!! Thank you for bringing the travel to me!!

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