Mdina, also known as the 'Silent City,' is a medieval city in Malta famous for its narrow streets, historic buildings, and breathtaking views. It was once the capital of Malta and offers visitors a true journey through time with its medieval atmosphere. Among Mdina's historical landmarks are St. Paul's Cathedral and the Vilhena Palace. The city walls offer magnificent views of the surrounding area and are a paradise for history enthusiasts. Furthermore, while wandering through its narrow streets, one may feel as though time has stood still, making exploring the remnants of the past in this tranquil city an absolute pleasure.


In Mdina, a tour offering a magnificent experience for history and culture enthusiasts includes visits to significant sites such as the Government Palace, Casa Inguanez Mansion, the Cathedral, and the Carmelite Church.