The short answer is unfortunately, no. The installation was built in the 1960 when little or no thought was given to making places wheelchair friendly. There are stairs not only at the base station but also at the top station. We are very aware of this issue and aim to resolve the matter at the [...]
At the Cable Car, the safety of our passengers comes first. The Cable Car is subject to adverse weather conditions so we do close without warning if the wind becomes too strong or there is a thunder storm. If this is the case a full refund is issued. Just take note of the time and [...]
If you are travelling in a group of 8 or more and are looking to organise some private and personalised tours we recommend you contact local transport specialist Calypso Tours. They have a fleet of twenty-two air-conditioned coaches, each with a capacity for twenty-two passengers. The Calypso team will be able to advise and arrange [...]
There are no camping facilities on the Rock, but there are a number of nearby camping sites in Spain. Caravans may only be imported into Gibraltar provided a license has been previously obtained from HM Customs Gibraltar, Customs House, Waterport, Gibraltar. Tel +350 20078879 Drivers of camper vans are warned that Gibraltar's streets are narrow. [...]
English is the first language in Gibraltar most locals are bilingual in Spanish too. They also speak Llanito which is indigenous to Gibraltar and marries both Spanish and English words along with its own vocabulary. Suffice to say if you can speak English or Spanish you can communicate.
Gibraltar is a beautiful place to get married. Follow in the footsteps of Sean Connery, Roger Moore, Frederick Forsythe, Des O’ Connor, John Lennon and Yoko Ono. All the arrangements can be made in advance including a unique choice of historic venues however none can beat the spectacular views offered by the Mons Calpe Suite [...]
Absolutely nothing! It is illegal to feed them with a £500 fine if you get caught. They are fed twice a day with nutritionally balanced food to maintain their health by Government appointed keepers. Sweets, chocolate and in some cases chewing gum are not considered healthy and will only give them diabetes.
Errr? They are wild, of course they will bite if provoked or teased. Be sensible and calm around them and you will be fine. Pull faces or touch them and they could get aggressive. They are cute and fluffy but they are not dolls or toys.
1. Right here of course! Click here and you can be ready to rock as soon as you arrive. 2. You can also buy tickets at our Gibraltarinfo ticket office found on the Spanish side of the Spain/Gibraltar land frontier. You can’t miss it. With each purchase the staff will also offer you a free [...]
That is up to your own personal taste however most visitors want to see the Apes at least. Following that St Michael’s Cave and the Siege Tunnels are a good starting point. The best way to do these is to ride the Cable Car, the tickets for the Nature Reserve as well as the Cave [...]