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Gibraltar, also known colloquially as The Rock, is a British overseas territory situated at the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea, on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula. It has a total area of 6.8 square kilometers. To the north of Gibraltar is the Province of Cádiz in Andalusia, Spain. The official language used in Gibraltar, although Spanish and Llatino (a mix of Andalusian Spanish and British English) are also widely spoken.

What to see & do in Gibraltar

Gibraltar Botanic Gardens - The Gibraltar Botanic Gardens, also called La Alameda Gardens, span over an area of about 6 hectares. The gardens were commissioned by the British Governor of Gibraltar General George Don in 1816 for it to become a recreational area for the soldiers stationed in the fortress when off duty. The gardens house plants of native species and also others that were imported. Some of the most notable plant species in the Alameda Gardens are Canary Islands Dragon Tree, Stone Pine, European Nettle Tree, Canary Island Date Palm, and Australian Silk Oak.

Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park - When the Alameda Conservation Park began in 1994, it started off with several parrots, tortoises, and monkeys that were confiscated from illegal traders. In 1996, the Alameda Miniature Golf Course was cleared and converted into a small conservation park. The park's main purpose was to be home to confiscated animals, but now also takes part in the care of native species considered for future re-introduction to the Upper Rock Nature Reserve. Some of the species in the park include Vietnamese Potbelly Pig, Asian Small-clawed Otter, Long Tailed Macaque, Prairie Dog, Green Iguana, Spur-thighed Tortoise, Hermann's Tortoise, African Grey Parrot, Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, and Senegal Parrot. The park was opened to public in 2002.

St. Michael's Cave - St. Michael's Cave is a network of limestone caves situated in the Upper Rock Nature Reserve at the height of more than 300 meters above sea level. It is a very popular tourist attraction inside the Rock of Gibraltar due to the colorfully lit cave formations and the displays documenting the history of the caves. The largest chamber, called the Cathedral Cave, is used as an auditorium due to its natural acoustic properties. It has a concrete stage and a seating capacity of over 100.

Moorish Castle - The Moorish Castle is a medieval fortification in Gibraltar, consisting of several gates, buildings, and fortified walls. Its most notable features are the Tower of Homage and the Gate House.

How to get around Gibraltar

Gibraltar is small, less than 7 square kilometers, hence majority of it can be navigated on foot. Some of the roads though are quite steep. If you'd rather not make the effort of walking back and forth or upwards, taxi service is available to the rescue. Gibraltar also has a bus service.

How to get to Gibraltar

The primary airport serving Gibraltar is the Gibraltar International Airport, also called North Front Airport. It receives daily scheduled flights from London-Heathrow through British Airways, and from Tangier through Royal Air Maroc Express. EasyJet operates flights between Gibraltar and Bristol and London-Gatwick, while Monarch Airlines between Gibraltar and Birmingham, London-Luton, and Manchester.

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