I live just around the corner from the Temples and have visited them many times. Knowing the history of this site makes the experience special. Some visitors are disappointed about the size of the ruins, but with some background knowledge it is a lovely place to visit.
This is truly fascinating experience! To be able to walk through such well preserved ruins of an ancient temple dating back more than 5000 years is truly mind blowing! You can stand right where people prayed all those thousands of years back, and where sacrifices (may be human) were made.. simply amazing! A must see!
We had some trouble finding the temples but the effort was more than worth while. The site is under cover and the walkways take you into the heart of the building as well as above it so you can see the layout and the detail. After visiting the Archaeological museum and the Ggantija temples we had some idea what to... 更多
These megalithic temples are extremely well preserved and the site was very clean and cared after nicely. Highly recommend visiting these important monuments to get an insight into the history of the island.
The temples are very well preserved and the information on the panels is very user friendly and informative. A must see by the Maltese and tourists.
Absolutely gorgeous megalithic temples! The site is well maintained, the staff are friendly, the bathrooms are clean, and there is an app that you can download onto your phone (through their complementary wifi) which gives you more in-depth information than the signs. Would definitely recommend a visit!
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