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Amazing man called John took our money when we went in, he is knowledgeable and loved to talk about his beloved Malta with pride, we felt very humble listening to his recollection of the war and that was before we explored the shelter, more than...More
It is amazing that this was dug by hand . I went down not knowing what to expect but the brief history and my imagination took to back I had a 80 year old with me so it was quite a journey looking at some...More
The air raid shelter is easy to find and is located near the tourist information booth next to the parish church. The entrance to the tunnels is manned by a nice Maltese man who speaks good English. Once you pay the 2.4€ entrance fee, tourists...More
An essential visit if you are nearby; the wartime history of Malta is well-known but this adds to the understanding of what people went through at that time. Other than a hand cut tunnel there is not a lot to see but a chat to...More
An incredible shelter, 500m hand cut tunnels and rooms in the limestone.
The man who looks after it will speak to you about his experiences during the war- remembers 3 days of continuous air raids. It’s a pretty emotional experience. Not to be missed.