Famous for being one of the largest cities in West Africa, Bamako is located in a quiet area on the banks of the Niger River. With a history that goes back to prehistoric times, it is not a surprise that this city is one of the tourist places that is quickly becoming popular. Continue Reading
Valletta is a city that changes constantly. It is like a modern city trapped in medieval fortifications.
There is a really striking feature in Valletta, which sums up the relationship between the old and the new in a fascinating way – Porta Reale, the gateway to the city.
This main gate of the city has been rebuilt many times over the past few centuries. The last creation of the architect Renzo Piano has just ended in 2014. The attraction consists of Valletta’s high steel blades which plunge into the clear sky on a hot summer day. Continue Reading
Mdina the ancient capital of The Maltese Archipelago is separated from its twin Rabat by ramparts and fortifications which are even today one of Mdina top attractions. Originally, Mdina and Rabat actually formed only one city, Melita. The latter has been stormed several times during its existence by the Arabs, Normans, and Spaniards. The architectural heritage of Rabat and Mdina is thus today a melting pot of cultures. Continue Reading