Today we sat for 40 stops in the bus to visit Mdina. I saw this blue door with purple flowers on Pinterest that I had to find. Within the Mdina walls we shot 2 outfits for the blog that you will see soon enough and we had a tea with a amazing view. Mdina is a must visit if you are in Malta guys!
— Breakfast buffet —
At the buffet I can choose my Newfycic breakfast carefully. I only had to bring 3 crackers with me.
— Bus life —
40(!) bus stops to Mdina. The ride was about 1 hour. I fell asleep during the trip, but you will pass by cute villages on your way.
— Local selection —
Next to the Mdina is Rabat. We stopped here for a coffee and a snack. This cute little restaurant is the perfect place for that. People ordered a wine to enjoy it outside on the terrace. Esmee ordered local cheese and sausage.
— Mdina —
Mdina was Instagram heaven for me with all the beautiful doors. I made it a mission to find the blue door with purple flowers. We found it at the end!
If you wander within the big wall it’s like you are going back in time. This is definitely worth your time to visit if you are in Malta.
— Tea break —
We had a tea at Palazzo de Piro to warm up a little bit. We didn’t know it was just next to Fontanella. I would recommend the other one though (Fontanella). I wasn’t so fond of the service at this place.
— Friends —
— Tea room with a view and best chocolate cake —
The best place to sit down within the Mdina walls is at Fontanella. Please order the chocolade cake here and enjoy the beautiful view on there terrace.
address: 1, Bastion Street, Mdina, Malta
— dinner squad —
Nigel joined us for dinner. Mirror selfie was appropriate ;)
— Zest —
We read a lot of great reviews about this restaurant to have sushi and other asian dishes. It’s a more upperclass restaurant. The food and service was exquisite!
address: Hotel Juliani, 25 Triq San Gorg, San Ġiljan STJ 3208, Malta