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Mdina - Rabat - Half Day Tour - Malta Tour

The tour will start by visiting the “silent city” Mdina where you can take in the quiet peacefulness and the historical vibe of this medieval city with its walls still surrounding and protecting it even these many centuries after they've become obsolete. We continue with the short walk required to go into Rabat where you will be visiting Rabat's famous Catacombs, a place of great importance both historically as well as a burial place for the island's early Christians. While in Rabat we shall also be taking in the renowned handiwork that the place is known for after which we will be heading to Ta'Qali Crafts Village, then Mosa Cathedral and then San Anton Botanical Gardens.

Mdina - Rabat - Half Day Tour, is offered by our travel tour agency - Malta Tours, in Malta Sightseeing Tours.
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Mdina is commonly referred to as the “silent city”, it's a place where time has stopped in the Middle Ages, as evidence by the fact that its protective walls still stand guard to protect its under three hundred inhabitants.
It's widely accepted that the town was founded by the Phoenicians sometime around 700 BC and it continued being of importance throughout history since then. Tradition also hold that Saint Paul stayed in the city after he was shipwrecked on the Maltese islands.

Rabat is situated just outside the walls of Mdina, and though in ancient times it started as a sort of a suburb of Mdina it now has a population which exceeds 12,000. Besides its many historical buildings and ruins, Rabat is well known for its series of catacombs, called the Catacomb of St. Paul and of St. Agatha. These were the places where in Roman times the inhabitants used to bury their dead and where Christians met in secret to worship before Christianity was made the official religion of the Roman Empire.

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