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Prehistoric Temples Excursion

27 Birkirkara Hill, STJ 1143, Malta
+356 2577 1480
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Very good

If only Stonehenge were as well presented and as accessible as this attraction. You start of... read more

Reviewed 6 June 2016
Jack_Ru55ell
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Westbury, United Kingdom
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Hagarqim temple, not the top of the list, but worth seeing

The 2 temples are about a 25 min drive from Valletta. These are 2 temple structures aged approx... read more

Reviewed 18 January 2016
Barry L
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London, United Kingdom
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6 Jun 2016
“Very good”
17 Jan 2016
“Hagarqim temple, not the top of the list, but worth seeing”
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27 Birkirkara Hill, STJ 1143, Malta
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+356 2577 1480
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Reviewed 6 June 2016 via mobile

If only Stonehenge were as well presented and as accessible as this attraction. You start of watching a 5d film of the site which details its history from creation to being lost back to being discovered again. Your then free to walk around the museum...More

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Reviewed 18 January 2016 via mobile

The 2 temples are about a 25 min drive from Valletta. These are 2 temple structures aged approx 5000 years old. There is a video presentation when you enter, and this is very good, giving you an good idea of the history, how the temples...More

Thank Barry L
Reviewed 19 April 2015

Very rough surfaces access is limited and the fifth temple impossible to see because of steep hill and boulders that are not negotiable for wheelchair or scooter.

Thank janicejobson
Reviewed 21 May 2014

We travelled independently to the temples on the local buses which dropped us right at the end of the short lane. The admission fee includes two temples and a museum which explains the history of the site. To try to imagine how life was 7,000...More

Thank Sally C
Reviewed 4 September 2013 via mobile

We went on a tour of the prehistoric temples but not sure the tour name. It cost 9euros each which was fine. The problem was, at each attraction there was an entrance fee (not included in tour price and not expected at 9euros for a...More

Thank Grumpy1704
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