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The densely populated City of Gibraltar is one of the most unique places in Europe. A British overseas territory since 1704, the rocky outcrop still proudly displays its red pillar boxes, telephone booths and Union Jacks, with English the main language and British food and drink on many of the territory’s menus. Thanks to its idiosyncratic status, there’s plenty to see and do in Gibraltar. Shop for discount souvenirs, sip authentic British beer, make friends with Gibraltar’s famous monkeys or explore the tunnels and caves of its iconic rock.
Main Street – As the name suggests, Main Street is the hub of commercial life on Gibraltar. Packed full of shops, restaurants and bars, Main Street is the perfect destination if you’re looking to pick up a bargain, treat yourself to a tasty meal or relax with a refreshing pint after a busy day of sightseeing.
The Rock – You can’t come to Gibraltar without visiting its ubiquitous rock. Home to the outcrop’s famous Barbary macaques, its nature reserve and an extensive network of caves and tunnels, The Rock is a must see during your stay on Gibraltar.
Upper Town – One of the oldest parts of Gibraltar, the Upper Town has escaped much of the development that’s transformed the lower parts of the city close to the sea. Walk through the narrow roads, winding alleyways and atmospheric streets, taking in great views of the surrounding area as you go.
Grand Casemates Square – The hub of Gibraltar’s nightlife, Grand Casemates Square is the perfect place to head to for a meal out or a night on the town. The larger of the settlement’s two main squares, Grand Casemates Square is busy from early in the morning until well into the wee hours.
Though it measures just 2.6 square miles, Gibraltar packs a lot of sights and attractions into its compact area. Start your sightseeing tour of Gibraltar at the territory’s iconic rock. The upper part of The Rock is home to the famous Barbary macaques as well as a nature reserve and military installation. Grand Casemates Square is another of the city’s famous sights, with the adjoining Main Street another important landmark of Gibraltar. If you want to see a different side of Gibraltar, head to St Michael’s Cave, an impressive natural grotto that has been used by residents of The Rock since Neolithic times.
The centre of Gibraltar is fantastic for shopping, dining and nightlife. Pick up a souvenir in one of the city’s many boutiques, enjoy a tasty lunch of tapas or fish and chips in one of Gibraltar’s many eateries or party the night away at one of Grand Casemates Square’s lively nightspots. If you want to see a little more of Gibraltar’s natural landscape, join one of the dolphin safaris that take visitors out into the bay or visit the macaques in the famous nature reserve.