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Forget the hype and wait a couple of years before you visit.
Ta’ Qali is just a massive construction site. There are a few craft centres open but only a small proportion of what there should be. It’s dusty and very poorly signed and not...More
End of July 2017 we odererd and paid for a small coffee table and shipment to Switzerland. Delievery approx. 6 weeks. Mid October the table arrived broken in Switzerland due to unsufficient packaging. We had paid Euro 270.00 for shipment. The postagefee on the package...More
4 poor shops were open.
You will mostly dust, gravel and dirty being blow up to you by the huge construction work in progress.
You spend 20minutes in a middle of nowhere, breathing dirty and all what you need right after is a shower to...More
To call this area a "Craft Village" is a bit of a stretch. It's more of a hunt the nissan hut, that's if you're lucky enough to find one with a sign outside and an actual shop inside. My husband and I wandered around for...More
The craft village is a fascinating place! It is located on the hop on, hop off tour bus route and the workshops are set up in old Nissan huts were charming and an extremely enjoyable way to spend a few hours. Ta’ Qali is located...More
We visited the craft centre a few years ago and when we decided to visit Malta again this was one of our must visits. Then the former airfield with it’s Nissen huts was charming and an extremely enjoyable way to spend a few hours.How disappointed...More
We stopped here as part of a larger tour in early April. If we had driven there with only the intent of going to the Crafts Village, it would have been extremely disappointing; not so sure it is worth a trip if you're not already...More
The Village area is being replaced by a new structure that should better showcase the pottery and filigree/jewelry work. We watched a woman create a piece of filigree jewelry from sterling silver. Very intricate and supposedly a vanishing art form.
I visited the Craft Village for the first time in 2013 and was horrified to see the changes taking place. It appears the old village is being replaced with a new one.
The old Nissan huts from the last war that have housed the various...More
Surprised that concierge at resort can't help you. However as other people have said the bus is easy to get and cheap. I looked up on google maps where you are staying and asked for directions to Ta'Qali, it came up with... More
Surprised that concierge at resort can't help you. However as other people have said the bus is easy to get and cheap. I looked up on google maps where you are staying and asked for directions to Ta'Qali, it came up with the 186 bus taking about 37mins. We found the buses very reliable but avoid lunchtime as they get very busy especially coming out of Valletta as all the local people go home for lunch. Bus timetables at bus stops are easy to read - better than UK!!