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EXPLORE GIBRALTAR

A British colony famous worldwide for its impressive Rock and the strait of the same name that connects Europe with Africa, is small but impressive and multicultural. A valid passport is required to enter.

NOT TO BE MISSED

EUROPA POINT

This is the southernmost point of this city, where the lighthouse is located: from here, you can enjoy exceptional views that include on the horizon Africa, the Rif Mountains of Morocco, the Bay of Gibraltar and some Spanish towns along the coast.

THE MONKEYS

The Barbary monkeys of this city are the only wild monkeys still existing in Europe. There are currently 230 specimens living in the highest areas of the Rock. Considered the symbol of the English colony since 1988 they are represented on the 5 pence coins.

CASEMATES SQUARE

It is the main square of Gibraltar, the beating heart of social life: full of restaurants and cafes. It is ideal for enjoying an aperitif at sunset while watching the city's life go by.

ST. MICHAEL'S CAVE

More than 1,000,000 visitors a year come to the Upper Rock Nature Reserve. More than 300 meters above sea level, there is a network of limestone caves, including the most famous: St. Michael's Cave.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

WHEN TO VISIT

The months with the best weather to enjoy, avoiding rain or too dry heat, are spring and autumn.

HOW TO GET THERE

Train: Accessible by train from the main cities of Spain.

Airplane: Gibraltar International Airport is a few kilometers from the center.

Bus:Buses from Spain do not enter Gibraltar territory but stop within a five-minute walk of the border.

Car:The freeway network connects this city with the main cities of Spain.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Currency:Gibraltarian pound

Language: English

Electricity: 220/240 AC, 3-port flat sockets.

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