Join us as we explore the medieval town of Mdina which was once the capital city of Malta. We will wander the narrow streets of the silent city during the evening focusing on the history, Maltese traditions and urban legends. From the meeting point we will head off to Mdina gate, where we'll explore the silent cities streets stopping by palace’s, observing and admiring the facades, the cathedral, whilst making our way to the bastions to admire the beautiful view of Malta. Walking through the medieval streets of the city we’ll head to Rabat and on our way to St.Paul’s church we’ll stop for a short break at Tas-Serkin, a café which is over 100 years old where I’ll offer you the best pastizzi in Malta and a kinnie to go with it. If you don’t know what pastizzi are, don’t worry and trust me as I’m sure you’ll be a number one fan after you try them! :)
I have been working for Heritage Malta, which is the national agency for cultural heritage in Malta since 1992. I was always passionate about the history and traditions of the Maltese islands since I was a young girl. I became a licensed tourist guide in 2016 specialising in small groups. I can’t wait to share my knowledge and expertise with you all to make you fall in love with this magical city as much as me!
2 Pastizzi - a traditional Maltese savoury pastry
1 Kinnie - a Maltese bittersweet carbonated soft drink brewed from bitter oranges
From the meeting point we will head off to Mdina gate, stopping by Palazzo Vilhena, walking through the majestic Villagonion street, admiring the Cathedral then heading to the bastions admire the view of Malta. Walking through the medieval city we’ll make our way to Rabat exiting from Greek’s gate. On our way to St.Paul’s church, in Rabat we’ll stop for a short break at Tas-Serkin, a café which is over 100 years old where I’ll offer you a snack.
Comfortable shoes are recommended. This experience will take place in the evenings, sometimes it's a bit chilly therefore dress warm. The towns are very safe and the streets are well lit.