Next to Rabat, where we just moved, is Mdina. The ancient city dates back 4,000 years, is older than Valletta and was the capital of Malta from antiquity to the Middle Ages. Mdina is today also referred to as the ‘Silent City’.
This view was taken just a few steps from where we live. From a distance you can see where we used to live, in Sliema, closer to the sea but far from the countryside.
From Fanny’s and Felica’s point of view, they are much better off here. And so am I…
Fler bilder från Gozo, den här gången från Victoria, öns största stad om än liten. Även här måste du nog klicka på bilderna för att de ska komma till sin fulla rätt. Till varje bild finns en kort text, ordningen är slumpvis. Enjoy 🙂
The streets are narrow and many, making it easy to get lost if you walk away from the tourist area. Which you should…
Do not forget the hat! They are available at the small square in Victoria where you can also sit down and relax with something to drink, watch the street life and maybe buy a small souvenir on the market.
A typical tourist street that is also well worth exploring.
In Victoria you will find both interesting architecture, ancient preserved buildings and very friendly residents.
Maybe, there’s a shoe store here…
A small old town house in the middle of Victoria. Close to everything but still, far away from traffic and tourists.
A not so typical Maltese old balcony, but I like the mix of architecture.
Walking around and explore the narrow alleys of Victoria is an exciting and interesting experience.
A typical Maltese old balcony, or, at least half of it..
Here`s some more pictures from last weekend in Gozo, this time from Victoria, the largest city on the island. If you like, take your time and click on an image to enlarge, to each image there’s a short text. The order is random. Enjoy !