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La Línea de la Concepción, Spain
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Use your second day to head down to Gibraltar. From around €45 per person, you can get an air-conditioned coach to Gibraltar, an overseas British territory. As you will be crossing a border, you will need your passport. Forgetting this means no entry to Gibraltar, so just don’t… The journey is approximately 2 hours by bus, and your expert guide will give you a overview of the towns between Malaga and Gibraltar, and of course, the tour of Gibraltar itself. Gibraltar is famous for it’s duty free shopping. Just hold on tight to your purchases when you take the rock tour – your guide will probably warn you, but the macaque monkeys on the rock are famous thieves! It’s also an offence to feed the monkeys, so... Read More
Use your second day to head down to Gibraltar. From around €45 per person, you can get an air-conditioned coach to Gibraltar, an overseas British territory. As you will be crossing a border, you will need your passport. Forgetting this means no entry to Gibraltar, so just don’t… The journey is approximately 2 hours by bus, and your expert guide will give you a overview of the towns between Malaga and Gibraltar, and of course, the tour of Gibraltar itself. Gibraltar is famous for it’s duty free shopping. Just hold on tight to your purchases when you take the rock tour – your guide will probably warn you, but the macaque monkeys on the rock are famous thieves! It’s also an offence to feed the monkeys, so unless you want to leave up to £4,000 GBP lighter! From the summit of the rock, you can view gaze across the Strait of Gibraltar towards Morocco. For the afternoon, you’ll be given time to explore Gibraltar independently. You can grab lunch or a few drinks in one of the many bars in Grand Casemates Square, at the top of the main shopping street. After that, saunter down Main street and you’ll see many of the main British High Street stores, as well as traditional Gibraltar glassware and clothing stores. Fun fact – did you know that Gibraltar is the Las Vegas of Europe? Aside from being a hub for online gambling companies, it’s one of the easiest places to get married in Europe. All you need is your passport, your birth certificate and to register your marriage 24 hours in advance. You must then spend the night in Gibraltar (hotel receipt is required). You may even be asked to act as a witness to someone’s marriage should you find yourself walking by the Town Hall at the right time. Is shopping (or getting married) isn’t your thing (or you maxed out your cards in Malaga), you can upgrade to a Dolphin watching cruise, where you’ll spend the afternoon on board a comfortable boat sailing the Mediterranean in search of some friendly dolphins. You’ll get the bus back to Malaga at a pre set time and from there you can grab another delicious Spanish meal.
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