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Things to do in Gibraltar
Gibraltar - explore St Michael's Cave
Possibly one of the best grottos in the whole of Europe St Michael’s Cave in Gibraltar is a series of caves and tunnels that have been eroded in to the limestone center of the Rock of Gibraltar. The main gallery is so large and has such perfect acoustics that it often hosts concerts and operas. The floors and ceilings are filled with stalagmites and stalactites that have grown over thousands of years and are all kinds of shapes and colours making a trip to the cave a great experience.
Gibraltar - see amazing view of Gibraltar at the Rock of Gibraltar
At one time the Rock of Gibraltar was the edge of the world and in ancient times was known as the Pillars of Hercules. The Rock is the southern most part of Europe and has been a part of the history of the region since records began. A climb to the summit of the Rock provides you with amazing views of Gibraltar and across the Mediterranean then turn 180 degrees and see for miles into Spain.
Introduction of Gibraltar
Gibraltar is situated at the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula, at the Strait of Gibraltar, the mouth to the Mediterranean Sea. The self-governing British territory is renowned for its tourism, although most visitors to the boundary are passing through to other destinations, including, most notably, Spain or Morocco. Nevertheless, there are about a dozen fine hotels in Gibraltar, offering comfortable accommodation and generally outstanding views. The airport is only two kilometres from the centre of the tiny nation-state. The establishments can be reached within several minutes from the terminal. There are several places of interest in the precinct, such as the Rock of Gibraltar, Europa Point's Roman Catholic Shrine, and Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. Most the properties provide information about the most popular landmarks in the district and travel recommendations. Shopping is surprisingly attractive in the area, particularly among cruise ship visitors and Spanish tourists, as the region is VAT free.