Mdina is a history-rich city centrally located on the island of Malta. First founded in the 8th century, magnificent Mdina sits on top of a hill within fortified walls and offers visitors a wealth of historical attractions to explore. Nicknamed ‘the Silent City’, tranquil Mdina is the perfect place to soak up architectural treasures such as the Vilhena Gate and St. Paul’s Cathedral, both of which are outstanding examples of the Baroque style, while the Knights of Malta is an award-winning immersive experience that uses technology to transport visitors back to the 16th century. Finally, the National Museum of Natural History presents fascinating exhibitions in a glorious 18th-century palace, and in neighbouring Rabat you can explore St. Paul’s Catacombs, the largest underground Roman cemetery complex on the island.

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