Décor Star Wars Tunisie
Décor Star Wars Tunisie
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Kelvin C
Worthing, UK29 contributions
Dec 2022 • Couples
This place could be so much better if the authorities managed it properly and not left it to the locals to take over and ruin it.
Really cool to actually see the Star Wars set and rather amazing at how simple the set was put together with fake walls and plywood rockets.. However the amount of litter and rubbish left by the locals it has to be said who were camped next to the site to profit from the tourists. Every where you walked you were bombarded by people and often kids around 6 or 7 years trying to sell cheap tat. They can also become quite rude when you say No!
Still one of those places you must see on the edge of the desert….
Written 17 February 2023
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bretthodges
Santa Barbara, CA USA84 contributions
Oct 2022
I have mixed feelings about this site. The remaining film set buildings are actually quite beautiful, but of course it's all very artificial and sort of sad that one of the top tourist destinations in a country are the leftovers of of a 40 year old film. Quite a few tourists, and hawkers of various items.
Written 28 October 2022
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Asiyah Noemi K
Pula, Croatia5,044 contributions
Sept 2022
After an exciting and adventurous drive through the desert, we were pleasantly surprised by a beautiful settlement made for the set of the Star Wars movie. Around us is the desert itself, dunes and camels. This set was built for filming all the major street scenes that take place in the spaceport town of Mos Espa in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace. It orginally consisted of 30 major structures, two main roads and one small square. Sadly, most buildings have suffered badly from the elements, not to mention the numerous treasure hunters who have pilfered from the set. Yet still, it is a spectacular site. After an exhilarating ride through the sand dunes, Mos Espa seems to appear out of nowhere, as if literally transported to Earth from another galaxy. One can only imagine how realistic it must have looked during filming. Now a little about the subject of the film. Tatooine was a sparsely inhabited circumbinary desert planet located in the galaxy's Outer Rim Territories. Part of a binary star system, the planet orbited two scorching suns, resulting in the world lacking the necessary surface water to sustain large populations. As a result, many residents of the planet instead drew water from the atmosphere via moisture farms. The planet also had little surface vegetation. It was the homeworld to the native Jawa and Tusken Raider species and of Anakin and Luke Skywalker, who would go on to shape galactic history.
Written 24 October 2022
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h32016
Stuttgart, Germany299 contributions
Sept 2022
Nice scenery, however poluted as most places in Tunisia. Lot of souvenir sellers. Don't pay more than 20% of their asking price. The Star Wars items are aged, not maintained.
Written 22 October 2022
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Levi N
Fairfax, VA610 contributions
Feb 2021 • Friends
We had a guide for the day and this was one of the sites we hit. It was a good bit underwhelming. Yeah, it's the original phantom menace set, but it's very rundown. It's just a tourist trap. It takes about 15 minutes to look around. The only thing that makes it worth it was the drive out over the salt flats which had beautiful views and made it worth it.
Written 5 July 2021
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eliisa
64 contributions
Feb 2020
It was before sunset when we visited this place. I was there some years ago when it was more pretty and the ambiance was maybe better. They should perhaps take better care of place, it is for sure worth of visit but not so pretty anymore.
Many people were selling things in the front of first floor and their way was a bit aggressive perhaps.
Written 18 July 2020
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dk424
Hudson River Valley, NY255 contributions
Dec 2019 • Couples
You can now get to this site via a newly paved road from Nefta. No entrance fee. Great setting. Interesting, but you will probably only spend about 15 or 20 minutes there.
Written 29 December 2019
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Tiberiu_Baranyi
Timisoara, Romania12,971 contributions
Aug 2019
For a lot of people visiting Tunisia the set of the Star Wars movie is definitely a must do - now this set outside of the city of Tozeur was used "recently" in the movie the Phantom Menace - so is not 40 years old is just 10+ , but it is already showing signs of degradation.
We arrived here at the end of a desert trip - cruising for more than an hour through the desert and it was a great experience.
Now the set is made of more than 10 buildings that are in various state of degradation - and that's a pity because the dessert will reclame this set unless some restauration work will be done- all that we checked out were empty - but since visiting this set is free of charge I would say it is expected.
For the harcore Star Wars fans it will a great experience - for the others well it is nice it is alright but somehow the wow factor is missing - the place has more potential in it that currently is showing - overall it is free to see it, it is included in your desert trip so nothing to complain about - it is what it is.
Written 29 December 2019
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peetajohn
Norton, UK686 contributions
Oct 2019
We visited this as part of a 4x4 vehicle trip. I like Star Wars but ordinarily I wold not have visited this place. In typical Tunisian style, nothing gets repaired or maintained so it is gradually falling apart.
There are the usual stalls selling tourist stuff and camel rides etc but if you like Star Wars it may be interesting to see this old set - albeit that they are just the building shells.
I saw other visitors reporting that they were hassled with stall sellers - we were not. They were very good. However, you cannot blame them if they do because the tourist trade is in a big slump now.
Overall, a mildly interesting side visit - although the trip in the 4x4 on the way was good.
Written 1 November 2019
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KizoTravels
Ljubljana, Slovenia96 contributions
Oct 2018
If you're a fan of the Star Wars saga, you'll be delighted to see a village in the middle of the desert where scenes from the Star Wars movie were filmed. This is a small town where houses are built under the desert so you won't see them from the surface, but when you descend into one of them you will be very excited.
Written 22 September 2019
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