I spent a day here with my family ,Nice gardens ,play area for children and lovely restaurant ,It was a bonas to see tithe Presedent walking the gardens , Of which we passed and she wished us AHappy New Year .
Visited as part of a Games of Thrones Tour and found it a very nice place to walk around. Also contains the summer residence of the Maltese president. Worth a visit for a relaxing hour or more.
A lovely set of themed gardens with unusual plants and tress from around the world. Flat and wheelchair friendly, we were amazed to see summer flowers and citrus fruit laden trees in mid-January
We visited these gardens as part of a tour of locations used in Game of Thrones. The gardens of the presidential palace doubled as those of King's Landing in Westeros. We also saw the spot where Arya made her first kill and the area where she chased the cat. The gardens are quite natural in appearance. The lawns haven't been... 更多
we visited the gardens to see where game of thrones was filmed, we couldn't as it was in an area not free to public so was a little disappointed. the gardens were lovely although we didnt think much to the 'mini zoo' there was a few birds some terrapin and a lot of cats roaming around, nice to spend a... 更多
We visited the Gardens as part of the one day Citrus Fruit Festival at the end of January 2017 when the San Anton Presidential Palace was also open for the public to visit. The gardens have a mix of citrus groves, with trees laden with oranges and some lemons and also a wide variety of trees from across the globe,... 更多
The Kitchen Garden was just geared as a restaurant and little investment in the gardens and to the animals The main gardens were large and whilst effort was being put into renovation. .it looked like it has lost focus as a beautiful garden that it obviously used to be. Sad but needed more signage too