If you visit nothing else, go here. The tunnels are impressive both from the engineering viewpoint given when they were built and the historical aspect. There are also great views out to the North and the Spanish border. Oddly, it seems to take less time to come out than it does to go in, despite being uphill!
Loved this and so much interesting and lovely having buttons to press instead of having to read all info boards and in several languages. Not too much walking - about right and some good views . A must do
well worth walking through to the other side of the rock, makes you look at the shear face of the rock in a completely new light
it is amazing to see how the carved in the tunnel without machines all hand made what we didn't like is you walk down we have to walk all the way back but its worth seeing
i was very fasinated to learn all about the history. must be prepared to walk as the tunnels are very long. so walking shoes are a must. Would definlety recommend.
Fascinating attraction. Of interest to all ages. Detailed information boards and interesting exhibits.My son has limited mobility but managed the walk down into and back from the tunnels. Well worth a visit.
The tunnels go on and on for ever. There are supposed to be a maze of tunnels inside the rock which are a total of 58 kms. The siege tunnels which are open to public is only a small part of it. Very informative too. I loved the experience!
a good visit and very interesting, particularly if you are interested in all things to do with the war, good photographic opportunities and good views from some points.
We visited the tunnel expecting it to be long and very interesting and it was. We saw how it was built, the strategic advantage and how the cannons were placed. Its a must see if you are in Gibraltar.
It could be a difficult walk if you try to take in the whole thing, but it seems as if you learn something new at each spot. It's fascinating to think that it was dug out by hand. Well worth the visit