Medina Walking Tour #1 - Trattoria 1530 Restaurant

In the south-east corner of the walled city of M'dina (Medina) on the island of Malta is a restaurant called Trattoria AD 1530. We had already had lunch at the  Fontanella Cafe (www.fontanellateagarden.com), so we didn't stop here, but the reviews look very good. Check out the website:www.xarapalace.com.mt

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