Must see attractions in Gibraltar

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    Gibraltar Museum

    Gibraltar's swashbuckling history unfolds in this fine museum, which comprises a labyrinth of rooms and exhibits ranging from prehistoric and Phoenician…

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    Upper Rock Nature Reserve

    The Rock is one of the most dramatic landforms in southern Europe. Most of its upper sections fall within the Upper Rock Nature Reserve. Tickets include…

  • Trafalgar Cemetery

    Gibraltar’s cemetery gives a poignant history lesson, with its graves of British sailors who perished in the town after the 1805 Battle of Trafalgar, and…

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    Apes' Den

    The Rock's most famous inhabitants are its 160 tailless Barbary macaques. Many hang around the Apes' Den near the middle cable-car station, as well as at…

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    St Michael’s Cave

    About 25 minutes' walk south down St Michael's Rd from the top cable-car station (or up from the Apes' Den), this natural grotto is crammed with…

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    O’Hara’s Battery

    About a 1km (15-minute) walk south down St Michael’s Rd from the top cable-car station, O’Hara’s Rd leads up to the left to O’Hara’s Battery, an…

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    Gorham's Cave Complex

    Inscribed on Unesco's World Heritage list in 2016, these four archaeologically rich cliffside caves on Gibraltar's southeastern coast were inhabited by…

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    Nelson’s Anchorage

    At the southwestern end of town, Nelson's Anchorage pinpoints the site where Nelson's body was brought ashore from the HMS Victory after the Battle of…

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    Great Siege Tunnels

    Accessed at the northern end of the Rock, the Great Siege Tunnels were gun emplacements hewn by hand by the British during the 1779–83 siege. They…

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    WWII Tunnels

    The tunnels where the Allied invasion of North Africa was planned can be visited on 40-minute tours with advance booking only; they aren't included in…

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    Alameda Botanic Gardens

    Take a break from Gibraltar’s manic traffic amid these lush gardens of bougainvillea, drago trees and more, scene of Molly Bloom’s famous sexual exploits…

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    Moorish Castle

    On Willis’ Rd, the way down to town from the northern end of the Rock, you’ll find the remains of Gibraltar's Moorish fortress, rebuilt in 1333 after…

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    Windsor Suspension Bridge

    The spine-tingling, 71m-long Windsor Suspension Bridge spans a 50m-tall gorge within the Upper Rock Nature Reserve.

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    Skywalk

    This glass-floor top-of-the-rock Skywalk sits within the Upper Rock Nature Reserve.

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    Ibrahim-Al-Ibrahim Mosque

    Mainland Europe's southernmost mosque is a symbol of the racial and religious symbiosis of Gibraltar's past and, to some degree, its present. Opened in…

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    Europa Point

    Gibraltar's southernmost tip, at the end of Europa Rd, hosts a mosque, a Catholic church, a 19th-century lighthouse, the restored 1878 Harding's Battery…

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    Military Heritage Centre

    A 1.5km (30-minute) walk north (downhill) from the top cable-car station is the 1732 Princess Caroline’s Battery, housing the Military Heritage Centre.

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    Cathedral of St Mary the Crowned

    With its origins in the 15th century, on the site of an earlier mosque, Gibraltar's Roman Catholic cathedral lies behind a dusty-pink facade. The tile…

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    Cathedral of the Holy Trinity

    Completed in the 1830s, with neo-Islamic touches including striped horseshoe arches inside and out, this cathedral was originally used as a hospital to…