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Gibraltar and Bolonia Day Trip from Cádiz
"Gibraltar is a British overseas territory under United Kingdom administration but claimed by the Kingdom of Spain. Gibraltar macaque (also known as ""Barbary ape"") was probably introduced by the Arabs from North Africa and is the only wild primate that they usually are agglomerated in the area of the protected area of the Rock. A superstition holds that if the monkeys leave the Rock so will the British so they are maintained by the local government.Bolonia beach is considered one of the five most beautiful beaches in Spain its main attraction is its dune. With over 30 metres high and 200 metres wide the Bolonia's dune and stands out within the huge system of dunes to which it belongs. Located in the Bolonia Inlet
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Gibraltar and Bolonia Day Trip from Cádiz
"Gibraltar is a British overseas territory under United Kingdom administration but claimed by the Kingdom of Spain. Gibraltar macaque (also known as ""Barbary ape"") was probably introduced by the Arabs from North Africa and is the only wild primate that they usually are agglomerated in the area of the protected area of the Rock. A superstition holds that if the monkeys leave the Rock so will the British so they are maintained by the local government.Bolonia beach is considered one of the five most beautiful beaches in Spain its main attraction is its dune. With over 30 metres high and 200 metres wide the Bolonia's dune and stands out within the huge system of dunes to which it belongs. Located in the Bolonia Inlet
From EUR138.00
 
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.
From EUR110.00

Cable Car Tips (10)

To the top of the rock by cable car

The quickest and most convenient way to get to the top of the rock is by cable car. The trip takes only about 8 minutes and the cable car can carry up to 30 passengers. A return ticket is 8 GBP and a...
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HORSCHECK
Apr 25, 2009

take the cable car to the top.

one way of getting to the top of the rock is going by cable car.be aware that you can get a substantial discount if you are a group of people.the ride to the top takes 6 minutes and the cable car...
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cachaseiro
May 09, 2006

Climbing the Rock

Walk through the park, bearing left, then cross the road & turn left for the ticket booth.Return tickets per person (including the multi-media presentation) is 14 EUR (we managed to negotiate a...
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Durfun
Jun 28, 2010

Cable-car to the Rock

Had we not been so pressed for time we might have attempted to walk to the top of the Rock instead of paying 7.50 sterling each for the cable car. The views are excellent however - not many cable-car...
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barryg23
Dec 16, 2005

Cable Car to the Rock

Any visit to Gibraltar will include the cable car up to the Rock and a chance to see the Barbary Apes. Be prepared for a long queue. It took about an hour from the time I got into line. Fortunately I...
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kaloz
Nov 18, 2008

Only If You Like Heights!

This is a copy of the "Imprinted Legs" from "Must See Tips" (different photo though)We got the Cable Car to the top of the Rock, apart from walking it is the only way to get there, the taxis who offer...
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freya_heaven
Mar 13, 2004

The best way to get to the top...

The best way to get to the top of 'The Rock' is to take the cable car. It costs about two pounds - I think (+ one pound for an all inclusive entry ticket to The Rock's attractions). You need to...
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worldkiwi
Aug 25, 2002

Cable Car - Rude

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...
angelofsol
Jun 09, 2011

Cable Car

A cable car runs from 9.30am through to around 6.00pm every day but Sunday. A ride to the top will take around 6 minutes if you are going all the way to the top or you can stop halfway up at the ‘Apes...
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keeweechic
May 06, 2009

Cable-Car - The best way to the top

By far the best way to get to the top of the rock is to take the cable-car. This gives you good access to the Peak, to the Apes, to the Siege Tunnels and to the Caves.
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easyoar
Nov 12, 2004
 
 
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"Gibraltar - The Rock"
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"Gibraltar ......The Rock"
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"A brief history..."
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"Gibraltar - Home of the Rock"
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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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