Mdina, the silent city. A picturesque and historical town in the midst of Malta with tons of stuff to offer.
The Howard Gardens are a super lovely place to chill out in as you escape from the cruel sun, and next week you will have way more cool reasons to visit this garden.
Between the 30th of July and the 5th of August the gardens will be transformed into a campsite for the Utopian Nights: Inside the Border. The organisers are inviting the public to an event-packed week full of magical art and wonder.
Attendees are invited to spend the night as tents will be put up at the lovely gardens. Artists, thinkers, photographers, poets and story tellers are invited to participate in this event.
There will also be an open air cinematic experience among the many activities prepared.
Inside the border is the first part of the Utopian Nights series — a two-part public event which will be delving into social issues related to conflicts and exile.
The themes of the series are encampment, borders and displacement.
The event is created by Elise Billiard, Sarah Mallia and Andrea Pullicino.
This event is free of charge and is supported by V18.