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Half-Day Private City Tour of Marbella and Puerto Banús
"You will be picked up from your hotel or place of your choice and taken on this private excursion of Marbella and Puerto Banús. You will then be able to enjoy and admire the great architecture and sights of Marbella and Puerto Banus as well as most important and well-known monuments. The itinerary will be organized to suit your needs.Some of the monuments sights and activities:Old Town (Barrio Alto and Barrio Nuevo) Plaza de los Naranjos Chapel of St. John of God - Marbella Royal Hospital of Mercy Historic extension (botanic garden) Marbella’s Golde much more... Your private official tour guide and private luxury vehicle with chauffeur are at your disposal during the tour to help you enjoy the areas to the fullest and to get the most out of your experience in Marbella and Puerto Banús.
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Private Full-Day Tour of Ronda from Marbella
"Enjoy Ronda a city first founded by the Romans as a fortified post. You will be picked up from your hotel in Marbella then taken on an approximate 1-hour excursion to the city of Ronda that will allow you the opportunity to see the city in all it's splendor. Among many of the monuments and sights you can choose to see are the Bridges of Ronda three bridges spanning the Tajo canyon named Puente Romano Puente Viejo and Puente Nuevo. You may also explore sites such as the former Town Hall Corrida Goyesca
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Ronda Guided City Tour
"Discover the unique heritage of the beautiful city of Ronda nestled in a stunning rocky platform gash cut by the river which divides it. From the New Bridge which serves as a connection between the old medina and the new you'll see vertiginous and beautiful views.  Visit the house of Don Bosco a modernist palace from the beginning of s. XX which represents the typical dwelling of Ronda with a beautiful courtyard decorated with tiles Nazari evocation. Its gardens have a great interest because of its location
From EUR60.00

So Very English.....or? Tips (12)

Funny Clothes

I guess you can see colorfully dressed people anywhere, but the British have a knack for it. Are you old enough to remember the mods or the rockers? When asked Sir Paul said that he was a "mocker."...
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kaloz
Aug 31, 2016

Gibraltar and the autonomy debate

It has been a consistent goal of Spanish foreign policy to seek the return of Gibraltar to Spain ever since the 1713 Treaty of Utrecht that gave Gibraltar to Britain. The Franco dictatorship was hard...
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GentleSpirit
Feb 17, 2013

Los Bobbies

When I was there they weren't wearing anything that said Police. They function as law enforcement as well as Customs. Since so many people come to shop for basics in Gibraltar, the bobbies seem to...
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GentleSpirit
Aug 24, 2011

fancy a drink?

If you do there are many pubs in Gib,they say one for each day of the year or more!With names like The Angry Friar(where you can sit & watch changing of the guard)The Clipper,The Three roses etc...
julzzzz
Apr 04, 2011

Climate

Before we visited Gibraltar, I had read that it is like Great Britain in the middle of South Spain: greyish and coldish weather comparing to sunny and hot South Spain. Therefore, I had some...
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micas_pt
Dec 31, 2010

Traffic drives on the right

Although Gibraltar is about 1760 km away from London and directly borders Spain, the inhabitants want to retain as much British culture as possible. Even traffic used to drive on the left until June...
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HORSCHECK
Nov 30, 2010

Does Gibraltar have it's own flag?

If you visit Gibraltar, you could be forgiven for thinking that it has no flag of its own and that the Union Jack (i.e. the flag of the United Kingdom) is the official flag of Gibraltar. This is...
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easyoar
Feb 11, 2005

English or Spanglish?

True there are many things in Gibraltar which on the outside appear English, the pubs, certain types of restaurants i.e fish and chips, bobbies (policemen), the Union Flag etc. etc. but although...
dhuneek
Dec 28, 2003

even if the place is still...

even if the place is still part of England, there is a lot of Spanish people and some of them consider it a part of Spain. So treat them with respect - and do remember to dress properly if you enter a...
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pinganille
Sep 08, 2002

If you're planning a vacation...

If you're planning a vacation to Spain or Morocco, you might as well include a day-trip to Gibraltar. Here's a brief rundown of the major public holidays celebrated here:Jan 1 2001 New Year's Day. Mar...
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Krystynn
Aug 24, 2002

More British than Britain

Gibraltar takes its relationship Britain very seriously. There are more Union Jacks, red postboxes & telephones, fish & chip shops, etc, in Gibraltar than in your average English town.
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barryg23
Apr 18, 2005

the only cultural tips yuo...

the only cultural tips yuo need is that Gibralter is still English to its roots, they expect you to spend a good time there and lots of money.Gif courtesy of Animation Graphics
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Aragina
Aug 25, 2002
 
 
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Things to Do Near Gibraltar

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The Town / Main Street

Gibraltar’s Main Street it's were you can find a lot of shops selling duty free items as cigarettes, drinks, electronics and jewellery. There are also the familiar shops as we have in Britain as Marks...
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Caves / Tunnels

St Michael's cave it was the first stop for our tour but again very short and by the time I adjusted the camera and taken few photos it was time to move on to the next attraction. It's a very large...
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Barbary Apes

After we left St Michael's cave we stopped at the Apes Den for fifteen minutes again. When I'm was there weren't too many monkeys around as they have been fed about an hour earlier and they were just...
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The Rock

Bypassing Gibraltar on my way to Morocco in 2001 The Rock provides some beaching opportunities (quite surprisingly). For some Brits just flown in from the isles it might just do it but for me the...
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Cable Car

We waited about 40 mins - I had to persuade my wife not to take the minibus as the cable car ride is a bit of an institution. The queue in the hot summer heat was uncomfortable but the views and the...
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Statues / Monuments / Museums

The memorial to honour the Royal Marines is located by the Waterport just behind the marina. The memorial it was unveiled in March the 2nd 2009 to celebrate 300 years of the British and Dutch marines...
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