Visite Gozo e os pré-históricos Templos de Ġgantija nesta viagem diurna saindo de Malta. Na companhia de um guia, viaje para a ilha vizinha de Gozo para visitar os Templos de Ġgantija, Patrimônio da Humanidade pela UNESCO, que estão entre os mais antigos locais megalíticos do mundo. Você também verá algumas das mais belas vistas de praia do Mediterrânio, visitará a cidadela de Victoria e desfrutará de um almoço com 3 pratos em um restaurante local.
Viagem diurna para Gozo saindo de Malta incluindo Templos de Ġgantija
Visite Xagħra para admirar os Templos de Ġgantija, patrimônio da humanidade pela UNESCO
Saboreie um almoço mediterrâneo com 3 pratos e uma taça de vinho
Delicie-se com vistas pitorescas para o mar na Baía de Xlendi
Comece com o embarque em seu hotel em Malta (somente alguns hotéis) e, em seguida, viaje em um ônibus climatizado para o porto. Aqui, suba a bordo de uma balsa para a travessia até a bela ilha de Gozo.
Na chegada, viaje para o sul até Xagħra de ônibus, onde os majestosos Templos de Ġgantija aguardam você. Esses Templos, Patrimônio da Humanidade pela UNESCO, estão entre os mais antigos monumentos megalíticos do mundo, construídos até mesmo antes das pirâmides de Gizé no Egito e do Stonehenge da Inglaterra.
Explore o local com seu guia e ouça sobre a história dos templos enquanto passeia. Muitos pesquisadores acreditam que este local foi dedicado à Grande Mãe Terra, uma deusa da fertilidade.
Continue até a Baía de Xlendi, uma enseada rodeada por penhascos, antes de seguir para a capital de Gozo de Victoria. Faça uma parada para o almoço e uma taça de vinho em um restaurante local antes de visitar a cidadela.
Quando chegar a hora, retorne ao porto e pegue a balsa de volta a Malta. Sua excursão termina com o desembarque no hotel.
Avaliações de viajantes da Viator
, out 2018
All trips to Gozo are the same and the same tour operator, so forget comparing reviews! They pick you up in one van and then deposit you at the ferry where you are out into groups according to language, then put onto a bus and take. Gozo does a coop so all trips are the same.Getting in the ferry is a study in dysfunction and disorganization. Half our group and tour guide ended up missing our ferry and we had to wait on the other end of the ferry ride where a nice bus driver from the Italian group told us where to wait. From pick up at the hotel to getting on the bus in Gozo was almost 3.5 hours! Walked through the archeological stop on 30 minutes. Got longer time in a “craft market” that sold “locally-handmade” items from from (China), seriously...pashmina scarves that they sell on the street in NYC, Florence, and Paris for 5 bucks that were “real cashmere” for upwards of 30 euros - at least change the tags! The guide took a call while she was telling us about something. We waited, and the food for lunch was HORRIBLE! I ate bread and margarine (you just can’t make this stuff up). I travel a lot, and will only do day tours when there are lots of steps and I do t have a lot of time. I never disappointed because I get it’s a day trip. This time I was not only disappointed, I had to get up at 5:40 am to get to the pick up location on time for an 8:15 pick-up and didn’t see my first stop until after 12:00 noon. Take my advice, do it on your own, it will cost less and take less time.
A very long day over 10 hours visiting the places as described. Lunch was very poor. Utter chaos at the ferry terminal at beginning and end of tour, even to the extent the guide missed the ferry !!, so we were waiting at at Goza in the next ferry with the guide to arrive. Guide was fairly good, although somewhat ambiguous at times with respect to meeting times, there was a lot of confusion in the group. However the tour is quite cheaply priced given the length so it balances out.
The hotel pick up had a lot of problems.We has to wait for about an hour at the ferry terminal for the rest of the group to gather.Although we were promissed a later return we never had it.The prorgame was solid but everything was fast.I believe there are a lot of things more you can see in Gozo.
The trip provides hotel pick up. But we were required to go to Hilton Hotel (next door) for the pick up. The scenery of Gozo is very beautiful. We had a short boat trip to see the coastline and the rock. It was the best of the trip. Lunch was not good at all. Great improvement on this is necessary. The guide was great. She gave a detailed narrative of the history of the island, in particular the temple.
The only issue I had with this tour was the pick-up process. I was told to meet at 8:30am, but wasn't actually picked up until 9:10, which made me concerned that I had somehow missed the bus or gone to the wrong spot. Then, after I finally was picked up, there were tours being given in 6 or 7 different languages which is awesome!, but it was very confusing for everyone to figure out where they were supposed to be going according to their language. However, once that was all settled, the tour was awesome. Rita English tour was very sweet and really knew her stuff. We were given plenty of time to see the places we went, and I felt like we saw all of the major highlights of Gozo. Lunch was also decent.
This tour delivered all it advertised. There was a lot of traveling between sites and the guide used the time well by giving us a lot of background information so that we could understand and appreciate what we were seeing. Annettes knowledge was comprehensive and fascinating. Everything was organized well and efficiently.
Be aware that any day long trip to multiple sites will involve a good amount of walking over some steep terrain medieval fortifications were usually built on hills.