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St Paul's Cathedral, Mdina, Malta Open daily, Admission Charge



Accessibility:

Access for the disabled is available at the Cathedral.  Access to the Cathedral is through narrow cobbled streets within the walled fortifications of Mdina.

Brief description:

The Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Paul, commonly known as St. Paul's Cathedral or the Mdina Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Mdina dedicated to St. Paul the Apostle. Paid ticket to access. Check website for up to date prices

Address:

2 Triq San Pawl, L-Imdina MDN 1061, Malta

Email:

parrocca.mdina@maltadiocese.org

Phone:

2145 6620 (Parish Office) Tel. 2145 4136 (Cathedral)

Website:

https://www.metropolitanchapter.com/

Directions:

Situated within the walls fortifications of the Mdina. Please see https://www.metropolitanchapter.com/mdina-metropolitan-cathedral/tourist-information/how-to-reach-the-cathedral/

Opening Times:

Monday to Saturday: 9.30am5.00pm
Sunday: 3.00pm5.00pm


MASS DURING THE WEEK

At 9.00 am
At 6.00 pm
Rosary – 5.30 pm

MASS ON SUNDAY

At 9.00 am
At 11.00 am
At 6.00 pm
Rosary is at 5.30 pm

Admission charges are shown on https://www.metropolitanchapter.com/mdina-metropolitan-cathedral/tourist-information/opening-times/

Transport:

MALTA PUBLIC TRANSPORT is the national bus operator responsible to operate all public transport services by bus on the Maltese islands

https://www.publictransport.com.mt/en/


Amenities:

Cafes, restaurants within the Mdina as well as just outisde the walls in Rabat