I’ve always been intrigued by the large number of coffee shops that one can find in one of Europe’s smallest capital cities. So basically, my little experiment consisted of ordering a cappuccino at a different coffee shop each time and comparing taste, ambience, price, customer service and, of course, value for money.
Mdina is one of Europe’s finest examples of an ancient walled city and is extraordinary in its mix of medieval and baroque architecture. The mysterious golden-stone Arabic walled city of Mdina crowns a hilltop, and is a world apart from modern Malta.
Not being able to travel is hard. Taking a walk around our own neighbourhoods while being fully present helps to capture some of the magic of travel, because we notice what makes it unique. For this reason, I decided to spend a weekend break on Malta’s sister island Gozo and picked Xlendi Central Apartment as the perfect relaxing stay for me as it’s close to the picturesque Xlendi Cliffs and some scenic Mediterranean coastal walks.