We arrived on the Maltasightseeing hop on/off bus tour. Directions to the site are very poor but locals were only too happy to direct us there. Admission was 4.50 euros each. It would be great if the canopy was not needed but I think it is needed . The stones are very interesting and the information boards very useful. A... 更多
The Tarxien temples were really interesting and it felt very good and homely to be there. Everyone who is interested in spirituality should go there and feel the energies.
I can't recommend this as a tourist spot, especially if you have been to other sites of ruins like Rome or Turkey. Yes, the European Union are funding a great archaeological site, but as one other reviewer put it - its a pile of stones, covered by a giant tarpaulin, with a guided walkway. There's really not a lot to... 更多
Great to see the Temple covered to protect it from the elements. Had a great guide that narrated the the history. The Temple is a great look in to the past .
Visited as part of a tour group. We thought this was interesting, it was the first "site" we saw on our Malta tour. Our local guide gave us a lot of history. Maybe you do need to know something about the site otherwise it will come over as just a pile of rocks. Maybe imagination comes in handy as well... 更多
You look down on the site from a raised walkway, rather than enter the temple like at Ggiantija or Hagar Qim/Mnajdra. You can skip Tarxien if you're going to either of those sites. Apparently there is an app that really enhances a visit to Tarxien, but it is not available on the US App Store (yet, anyway).
Small but perfectly formed reasonably priced attraction at €6 each. Small site - you don't need more than an hour and a half to look round. I was amazed these temples were older than Stonehenge, Knossos or the Pyramids. I was also amazed they were still there. So for those hunting in future here’s what to do. Starting from the... 更多
This is a protected ancient building most probably its were civilization started in Europe,very interested scenes that you must see,it takes only 5 minutes from Valletta buses 81,82,88,84 and 85 takes you to the Temples only 100 meters away.Enjoy yourself with a cold drink from nearby grocer .
Came for a look late afternoon when it is a bit cooler €6 per person. If you're not on a tour it is a bit hard to find and as streets are narrow parking is sparse. You walk around the site on raised platforms so even if you're not very mobile you can get around. Lots of information around the... 更多
Tarxian temples are a 20min bus ride away from Valetta, there a few street signs to the actual temples from the bus stop. The temples are some of the oldest on Malta and Gozo, dating to 5300 years ago. The temples are surrounded by a modern walkway and covered with a tasteful awning for protection. I would definitely reccommend going... 更多