10 Most Popular Tourist Attractions in Gibraltar
10 Most Popular Tourist Attractions in Gibraltar (no particular order) - Inside-Out Rock Tours -
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Although it covers less than 3 square miles, Gibraltar’s strategic location has made it one of the most fought over places in Europe. For centuries, it has withstood political manoeuvring, sieges and battles and today, with its red call boxes, Union Jacks and high street shops, Gibraltar staunchly stands as a small pocket of England in the heart of the Mediterranean.
Gibraltar Travel Guide - Must-See Attractions
Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory located on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula at the entrance of the Mediterranean.
The most important places to visit in Gibraltar are: The Rock (the Rock of Gibraltar marks a gateway between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean and between Europe and Africa), Barbary Apes (despite their mislabeling as apes, these tail-less monkeys have made a name for themselves on Gibraltar), St. Michael's Cave (the geological formations continue into the Earth, as this cave goes deep into the Rock of Gibraltar itself), Great Siege Tunnels (also in the Rock itself are tunnels used by the British in their defense against assailing Spaniards who sought to reclaim Gibraltar in the 18th century), Cable Car Ride (for under 10 Euros, tourists can ride a cable car to the top of the Rock where the Apes reside and other attractions await) and many more.
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Gibraltar Tourist Attractions: 10 Top Places to Visit
Planning to visit Gibraltar? Check out our Gibraltar Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Gibraltar.
Top Places to visit in Gibraltar:
Rock of Gibraltar, Gibraltar Botanic Gardens, St. Michael's Cave, Europa Point, Catalan Bay, Moorish Castle, Trafalgar Cemetery, Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque, St Andrew's Church, Main Street
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Best Attractions and Places to See in Gibraltar
In this video our travel specialists have listed some of the best things to do in Gibraltar . We have tried to do some extensive research before giving the listing of Things To Do in Gibraltar.
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List of Best Things to do in Gibraltar
The Rock of Gibraltar
Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park
The Great Siege Tunnels
Upper Rock Nature Reserves
The Gibraltar Museum
St. Michael's Cave
Gibraltar Botanic Gardens (The Alameda)
A Day Trip to Gibraltar
A day trip to Gibraltar.
Gibraltar- Things to do on "The Rock" (budget family travel tips)
A day in Gibraltar offers a lot more than you might think! We were really blown away by all this amazing travel destination has! You can experience: wildlife, monkeys, sea, cliffs, monkeys, caves, lighthouses, good food (and did we mention monkeys?! :P) just to name a few!
In this video, we give you a glimpse into what exactly you can expect from a trip to Gibraltar. A tour of The Rock, some local food, and ideas of stuff to do to pass the time are all in this video!
Gibraltar definitely gets two thumbs up from us as a travel destination with or without the family!
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How to visit Tangier Morocco in a day from Southern Spain
In today’s video we embark on a quick journey to Morocco! Watch how even experienced travelers manage to miss a boat ride, but still make it across the Gibraltar Strait for a little shopping spree. The girls get some lovely souvenirs from the local markets and Tyler gets...to take photos:)
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Travel Spain: Top Ten Cities to Visit in Spain - Wolters World
Looking to travel Spain or learn more about the region? Watch our video and learn the top ten cities to visit- from day trips to week long visits- and the can't miss attractions in those cities.
Spain is an amazing country with a wide diversity of regions, people, landscapes, weather... but they are all great in their own ways and I fully recommend you see as much of Spain as you can. Here are our top ten cities to visit in Spain, which include more than Barcelona and Madrid, such as Valencia, The city of arts and sciences, and Salamanca, a university town with a good luck frog hidden in the carvings. For your convenience, all of these are cities that are relatively easy for tourists to reach whether through flights, trains, or buses.
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Top 10 Mediterranean Cruise Destinations | Cruise Tips
The Mediterranean is home to where the majority of cruises travel to. Med Cruises or Mediterranean Cruises are the perfect getaway. These are our 10 top Mediterranean destinations that include Mediterranean islands, cities and more.
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Every day there are numerous cruise itineraries that stop in the Med - just look at this long list of cruise lines MSC, Marella, Costa, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, P&O, Seabourn, Azamara, Princess, Crystal, Viking, Pullmantur, Windstar, Ponant, Regent, Celestyal, Oceania, Cunard, Fred Olsen, Seadream, Holland America, Silversea, Cruise and Maritime, Voyages to Antiquity, Star Clippers, Saga, Disney, Hapag-Lloyd, Club Med and Scenic…
We will go through some of the major places. It’s likely if you go on a Mediterranean cruise you’ll go to at least one of these destinations.
Barcelona is a Mediterranean city, with a fantastic mix of architecture and new designs. Barcelona is a cultural city, and is popular to take a Mediterranean cruise to and from.
The port itself is located at Civitavecchia, which is about an hour's drive away from the centre of Rome. The Italian capital is massive and there's so much to do and it's a perfect place to see on a Mediterranean cruise.
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Palma De Mallorca is the island's city capital Palma. She has clear Mediterranean water, there is a Neo-gothic cathedral.There's old cobbled streets, where you canthake in the culture and find some delicious delicacies.
The French Riviera is in Monaco. It's known for its harbour, grand casino, restaurants, monarchy, and the Famous Monaco Grand Prix. Monaco is the worlds second smallest city. Cruising into Monte Carlo is beautiful!
Venice is the 'city of bridges.' It is known for how the two banks of the Grand Canal connect. There's a mix of museums and galleries containing a mix of artifacts. There's pleanty of art here with more exhibitions per square metre than any other city in the world. Venice is the charm of the Mediterranean in my opinion.
Lisbon, the Portuguese capital is defined as much by its topography and surroundings as it is by its rich heritage and vibrant way of life.
Athens is both the epicentre of the ancient world and the birthplace of modern civilisation. While its history stretches back thousands of years, it's possible to get to grips with the city in a single day, which is great news for anyone passing through on a Mediterranean cruise.
The Croatian city of Dubrovnik has a long and cultured history. These days, the entire city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and visiting this stunning location is like taking a stroll through the pages of the world's most picturesque history book.
Straddling the geographical boundary between Europe and Asia, the Turkish capital, Istanbul can make a pretty strong claim to being the centre of the universe, and for thousands of years.
Gibraltar may not get the most glamorous or reputations in comparison with others on this list but, it is on many Mediterranean itineraries and this list for a reason.
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12 Cool Things to do in Northern Spain
While the Mediterranean coast of Spain is more popular, here you have 12 great reasons to visit the northern coast. We travelled through the Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias and Galicia following the northern route of El Camino de Santiago.
This video was produce in collaboration with the Spain tourism board, the tourism boards of Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias, Galicia and The Travel Mob.
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Andalusia Travel - Best Places to Visit in Spain HD
This short travel video presents some of the best places you must see in Andalusia. By watching this travel video you can visit Andalusia in 4 minutes. The best of Andalusia tourist attractions consists of Córdoba, Granada, Málaga, Ronda, Costa del Sol, Nerja and Gibraltar. If you are looking for the best places to visit in Spain, you must see the attractions of Andalusia.
On our journey on the track of the Moors you can cast a glance at some of the most famous sights, the must-see attractions in Andalusia, such as the complex of Alhambra in Granada or the Mezquita, the impressive mosque in Córdoba. Both are included on the World Heritage List.
Besides these incredible must-see attractions in southern Spain our video recommends some places you shouldn't miss when you visit the area, such as Ronda, Nerja, Málaga and Gibraltar, not to mention Costa del Sol, the beautiful coastline for the lovers of sun. Hopefully you will be convinced that Andalusia is one of the best places to visit in Europe.
Andalusia can easily be reached by plane through 6 international airports: Málaga, Almeria, Granada, Sevilla, Gibraltar, Jerez.
Southern Spain Tourist Attractions: 10 Amazing Places to Visit
Planning to visit Southern Spain? Check out our Southern Spain Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Southern Spain.
Best Places to visit in Southern Spain:
Donana National Park , Jerez de la Frontera, Sierra Nevada, Marbella, Cadiz, Malaga, Ronda, Cordoba, Seville, Granada
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Gibraltar - Much more than you can imagine.
Gibraltar is an amazing place, watch this video to find out all the famous Rock has to offer for tourists.
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Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory located at the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula. It has an area of 6.7 km² and is bordered to the north by Spain. Surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, Gibraltar also has contact with the Atlantic Ocean.The landscape is dominated by the Rock of Gibraltar and below is the densely populated town area, home to over 30,000 people, primarily Gibraltarians.The official language of Gibraltar is English. Most Gibraltarians converse in Llanito,their vernacular which is mostly based on Andalusian Spanish but with numerous loan words from English as well other Mediterranean languages. A Victorian post box of standard 1887 UK design in use.
Europa point is the southernmost point of Gibraltar.The Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque is located at Europa Point. The building was a gift from King Fahd of Saudi Arabia and took two years to build.
Trinity Lighthouse at Europa Point(Victoria Tower) is a lighthouse on the southeastern tip of the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar.You can see the views of North Africa across the Strait of Gibraltar including Ceuta and the Rif Mountains of Morocco Gibraltar’s unique position proved invaluable during World War 2, Driving up to the St Michael's cave. St. Michael's Cave, located halfway up the western slope of the Rock, is the most prominent and is a popular tourist attraction.The monkeys of Gibraltar are the main attraction at the Rock of Gibraltar. There are about 300 Barbary Macaques living on the rock. They are sometimes called “Barbary Apes” because they don’t have tails .the Barbary macaque is one of the best-known Old World monkey species.The Government of Gibraltar officially takes care of the monkeys, they are given immunizations and each are named and catalogued. The Michael’s cave was created by rainwater slowly seeping through the limestone rock, turning into a weak carbonic acid which gradually dissolved the rock.The cave is in a completely natural state, although fully lit and kitted out with ropes to aid minor climbing and scrambling. It has been in use as a theatre since the early sixties with capacity for 600 persons.The Gibraltar World Music Festival is held here each year.From the base station near the southern end of Main Street, next to Alameda Gardens, the cable car travels up the Rock of Gibraltar to the Ape's Den midway up the Rock, and then to the top of the Rock.After saying goodbye to the Michael's cave we headed towards the tunnel that was made during World War 2.Named the Great North Road and built in 1940, the mile-long complex was built deep inside the Rock to protect soldiers and equipment from Luftwaffe bombing raids. The tunnel is one of the largest man made underground spaces without roof supports. The tunnels house everything 16,000 soldiers needed to survive for 16 months - a telephone exchange, a generating station, a water desalination plant, a hospital ward, a bakery, a frozen food store, munitions stores and a station to repair damaged vehicles and passageways The tunnel network was so big that it needed its own power supplies. The Calpe Hole Generating Station supplied power to all areas under the Rock along the Great North Road. There are similar generating stations in other areas on the mountain.A water pipe still runs the length of the Great North Road carrying fresh water towards residents properties from underground reservoirs.Few Pictures from the time of the tunnel construction are displayed in the tunnel.After the war, the tunnels were kept intact by the Ministry of Defence. They are currently used for training troops in underground warfare.
These are the secret World War Two tunnels dug into the Rock of Gibraltar to protect the Allies - and with 'streets' named after English towns so British troops could find their way around. Gibraltar was strategically important during the Second World War because it allowed the British to control access to the Mediterranean Sea.
After reaching back from Gibraltar, we made a quick trip to Malalga city, had dinner, did some shopping and and enjoyed freshly-made churros! After a fun day, we headed back to our resort! We can see the runway of Gibraltar airport from here. The airport was constructed during World War II when Gibraltar was an important naval base for the British.The runway was later extended by reclaiming some land from the Bay of Gibraltar using the rock blasted from the Rock of Gibraltar while carrying out works on military tunnels.
Winston Churchill Avenue intersects the airport runway, and consequently has to be closed every time a plane lands or departs.
Top 10 Places To Visit In Málaga, Spain 2016.
These are the top 10 places to visit in Málaga, as per RightSpain's recommendation. We cover everything, from the world-famous cathedral to the smaller spots like the Plaza. You can use this video as a checklist upon your arrival to Málaga!
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9 - Estadio La Rosaleda:
10 - Parque de Málaga
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The Rock of Gibraltar - Top Things To See and Do | 90+ Countries With 3 Kids
After a 4 month adventure through Southern Africa what better a way to transition back to Europe than a day trip to Gibraltar.
Gibraltar colloquially known as The Rock, (or simply 'Gib'), is an overseas territory of the United Kingdom sitting at the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea. It is bordered by Spain to the north and the people of Gibraltar are ferociously loyal British citizens despite being bilingual in English and Spanish.
The most famous landmark at the entrance to the beautiful Mediterranean Sea, Gibraltar has literally been a place to stop for the nations of the world since the dawn of sailing. Gibraltarians, Britons, Spaniards, Italians, Maltese, Moors, Greeks, Visigoths, Romans and earliest of all, according to archaeological research, Neanderthal Man. They all came, saw and desired to conquer although few succeeded.
Positioned at the southern tip of the Iberian peninsular Gibraltar is not an island as many believe but an isthmus. There are over 130 caves in the Rock inside of which ancient people sheltered from the elements. In more recent times visitors have taken to the Rock for a different kind of refuge and each added to its blend of culture. Today Gibraltar enjoys a mixture of customs, a colourful language and a religious tolerance that is unique in the world.
We hope you too will enjoy the enigma that is Gibraltar just like the millions of that come to explore the hidden secrets of the Rock before you.
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Best Restaurants and Places to Eat in Gibraltar, Gibraltar
Gibraltar Food Guide. MUST WATCH. We have sorted the list of Best Restaurant in Gibraltar for you. With the help of this list you can try Best Local Food in Gibraltar. You can select best Bar in Gibraltar.
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The Worst Places to Visit on the Planet!
It’s important to know which of these destinations is truly worth visiting, and which can be missed. Thankfully, a legion of honest redditors have done their homework and reported in. Here, for your consideration, are some of reddit’s most hated destinations.
1. Singapore’s Sentosa Beach Is Like a Bad Sci-Fi Novel
magnora4: “Sentosa beach in Singapore. So messed up. It’s all fancy and hyper-developed and connected to one of the largest malls on earth (Vivo Mall), but you get to the beach via monorail and you get to the little sand that’s not built up in to stores… and then you look out to the ocean and all you see is oil tankers and factories spewing smoke on the horizon. It was like some sort of futuristic dystopia.”
2. Daytona Beach Is for Crab Lovers
danecdote: Daytona Beach, Fl. Friends somehow convinced me to go a few years ago. Never again will I enter that city of my own free will. It looked like a diseased husk of its former tourist trap self; foreclosed and/or sh-tty buildings abound. There is literally nothing to do there, aside from going to the sh-tty, dilapidated beach and eating at Joe’s Crab Shack.
3. Belarus: For Travelers Who Want to Feel Like the Enemy Agent in a Foreign Land
“English guy here, Belarus. I’ve never felt so unwelcome. The police follow you everywhere, my Passport was being checked constantly. I just felt like I was being watched where ever I went.” The sentiment was echoed by several travelers.
4. Cairo Is a Hot, Chaotic Mess
Broes: Egypt, Cairo, the pyramids … Was on my bucket list and really wanted to see it. The city is extremely dirty, garbage everywhere, the smell… Traffic is chaos. The pyramids could be seen from the pizzahut, so close its impossible to imagine them away from the city. At the pyramids themself you are constantly harassed by Egyptians trying to sell you stuff up to the point where you feel the need to start hitting them to get away from you. If you make a picture at the pyramids with an egyptian on it, they directly demand money. Left after just 15-20 minutes, couldn’t stand it any longer.
5. Only Go to Jamaica if You’re Ready to Tip Big
aussydog: Jamaica. Most people are friendly but the vast majority expect exorbitant “tips” for doing next to nothing at all. If you denied them a tip they immediate treated you like sh-t. If you did tip a reasonable amount they treated you like sh-t. Often would look at the cash they were handed as if to say “that’s it?”
6. Just Because Bogie Was Trapped in Casablanca Doesn’t Mean You Need to Be, As Well
Matthattan: Casablanca. The least-interesting place in a fascinating country. Really, Casablanca is just a dumpy business district on the coast. Other than one obscenely expensive mosque that the previous king had built, there’s really nothing to see. But the rest of Morocco? As beautiful a place as I’ve seen. Fez, the green highlands in the north, Essaouira, the High Atlas, Marrakesh … all gorgeous.
7. Gibraltar Really Is Just a Rock
Noneerror: Gibraltar. It really is just a big rock and not the country it technically claims to be. The hotel sucked. A car had washed up into the swimming pool. That was despite a very clear sign that you weren’t supposed to throw your car off a cliff into the ocean. The food was disgusting and I wasn’t the only one who refused to eat it. Everyone who decided to eat it anyway got sick. I also got peed on by a monkey … You can see everything Gibraltar has to offer in a few hours. We were stuck there for a week. Then we got stuck there after we were supposed to leave due to bad weather. Thick fog meant we spent 18 hours waiting in the airport while periodically watching our plane attempt to land and abort each time. Each time it almost crashing horribly in a new way that would have blocked the only road out of Gibraltar. The runway and the road are the same bit of asphalt.
8. Azerbaijan Means Fun With Crooked Cops
buckdiddy: Azerbaijan. Almost every step of the way we were met with crooked cops trying to get insane amounts of money out of us. They tried to hold our car documents hostage until we paid but I just decided to lay on my thickest Masshole until he got tired of me yelling. We finally met a good cop who drove us through all of the speed traps after we gave him some American cigarettes. The citizens of Azerbaijan are really nice though.
9. The Best of Pompeii Has Already Been Taken
Ecuadorable: “Pompeii is lame and very crowded with tourists. All of the great mosaics have been taken by museums. If you want to go somewhere much better preserved, much more interesting, and way less crowded, check out the nearby ruins of Herculaneum.”
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GIBRALTAR - Much More than you Can Imagine | QCPTV.com
This programme on Gibraltar takes you on an incredible journey to Europe's most exceptional tourism and business destination. From the top of the Rock, through its maze of natural caves and tunnels, and down to the old town and marina, Gibraltar has so much to offer. For businesses and investors this innovative territory has many advantages and this programme highlights why it's time to take a closer look...
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