Not wanting to go back to Valletta yet after our Morning visit to Mdina, we walked around outside the city walls and reached the adjacent town of Rabat. Based on what we've seen, its most famous landmarks were the Cathedral of St. Paul and the catacombs. We spent quite some time here roaming around and enjoying new sights. There were lots of restaurants and a few Bed and Breakfast places in the area.
Although it was the middle of winter at the time of our visit, it felt very much like spring all over the island. It sure was warm. So warm many tourists walked around the city in shorts and others in in tank tops.
I was just glad there was no rain. The dry weather enabled us to sightsee every single day from morning till night.
There were numerous catacombs in Rabat. In fact, lots of tourists visited them. I must say, after visiting a couple, they all began to look the same. They were all underground and they all looked like caves with lots of partitions inside them to accommodate the remains of the dead based on their rank in society.