Gibraltar Transportation

  • Cable Car
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  • Cable Car
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Gibraltar Transportation

  • Bus / Coach / Car

    Gibraltar Transportation

    Further update: A single fare is now £1 on ALL services for people without a Gib ID card or bus card (eg cross-border workers) Updated: March 2012 The bus routes and numbers were changed last year. For people visiting Gib, the number 5 starts at the frontier/airport and goes to the Market Place and Reclamation Road. There is a charge for this...

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  • Border Crossings

    Gibraltar Transportation

    It was a 15 minute walk from my hotel in Spain to the border with Gibraltar. As I walked there, I'd pass queues of car waiting to enter. As I was on foot I only had to flash my passport at the border guard to be allowed in or out.

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  • Cable Car

    Gibraltar Transportation

    The Cable Car is the worst way to get up to the top of the Rock. The lines they have for tickets can get easily muddled and the employees don't seem to pay attention half the time. Because of the confusion caused one of the ladies at the ticket counter was very rude to us and it was very embarrassing. And the confusion we experienced wasn't because...

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  • Ships / Ferries / Boats

    Gibraltar Transportation

    Did you know that you can catch a ferry from Gibraltar to Tangier, Morocco? the ferry departs on Fridays, at 1800 hours, and returns from Tangier, departing on Sundays at 1830 hours. The fare is Euro 22.50 each way. For more information look at this website: http://www.frs.es/eng/index.htm FRS - Ferrys Rapidos del Sur Tel.: +34 956 68 18...

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  • Planes / Trains

    Gibraltar Transportation

    Gibraltar has its own international airport but limited air traffic. At present you can only get to Gibraltar directly from London Luton and Manchester airports. The biggest carriers into Gibraltar are Easyjet, British Airways and Monarch airlines. There are presently no air connections with Spain, a line between Madrid and Gibraltar was...

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  • The Town / Main Street

    Gibraltar Transportation

    Gibraltar is best explored on foot, as with only about 6.5 square kilometres the peninsula is fairly small. The shopping streets around the Main Street are pedestrianised anyway. Walking around the city centre gives you the chance to discover many nice details. You can even climb the Rock on foot or at least walk down from the top, but make sure...

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  • Tours - Land / Sea

    Gibraltar Transportation

    There is a mini bus company called Blands which really the main company doing all the tours of Gibraltar. They have a guided tour which takes you to the upper part of the Rock visiting St Michaels Cave as well as around Europa Point.

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