Booked the cable car at home from the Gibraltar website and the tickets are valid for six months. We walked from the ship to the cable car which took about 30 mins and joined the que for prepaid tickets which was much faster. Wonderful views from the top and we decided to walk down and then through the town and back to the ship. Also visited St Michael's cave and the 1902 gun battery on the way down...
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About Gibraltar (U.K.)
One of the "Pillars of Hercules," Gibraltar is an historic landmark with British and Spanish influences. Guarding the entrance to the Atlantic, the great rock still serves as Britain's threshold to the Mediterranean. Take a cable car to the top of the rock for a spectacular view of two continents as well as the famous Barbary apes.
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This is one of my favourite ports, it’s just a shame we didn’t stay there long enough! Duty free shopping was great! And some lovely little cafe/restaurants in the main square that are not to be missed. Fairly easy walk from the port into the main town square which takes around 10/15 minutes for someone waking at a reasonable pace.
What can you say about Gibraltar shop shop shop til you drop there is bargains galour at trip up the cable car is a great way to see the monkeys and a visit to the caves is a great place to visit there is also plenty of history to take in .
Visited: Nov 13, 2017
We love Gibraltar having visited several times before. We just walked into town and had a mooch and a cocktail. A tip is to walk in if able rather than a taxi as it's only a 15 minute stroll.
Always a pleasure to visit Gibralter, nice town centre, plenty of eating and refreshment places all display prices and the prices are very reasonable. For the British passengers there is a Morrisons within 15 minutes of the ship and all,items are cheaper than UK as there is no VAT.
Visited: Jul 28, 2018