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Review - Jacobo - 28.08.18
Review - Fran Sanz - 28.08.18
Review - Cristina - 17.08.18
Review - Robin - 07.09.18
Review - Miguel Prieto - 17.09.18
Review - Maxim - 24.08.18
Review - Tobias - 28.08.18
Review - Veronica - 06.09.18
Review - Shira - 14.09.18
Review - Eva Maria - 21.08.18
Review - Jacobo - 28.08.18
Review - Fran Sanz - 28.08.18
Review - Cristina - 17.08.18
Review - Robin - 07.09.18
Review - Miguel Prieto - 17.09.18
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Free!
hrs
HISTORY OF GIBRALTAR - WALKING TOUR

Town Centre Area

Tour Guarantees 

 

✓  Professional, experienced and licensed tour guide

✓  Small groups (5-20 people max.)

✓  Reserved spots on the tour

Tour Sites

Want to know the full history of Gibraltar? Join us in this very exciting walk where you'll get to learn all about us Gibraltarians, our culture, our wars, our ancestry... our everything! You'll be able to take fascinating pictures along the way. You will be surprised to find how much history there is and so much to do in just about 6.55km²!!

✓  Devil's Tongue (Rooke Memorial - Meeting Point)

✓  Landport Gate

✓  Casemates Square

✓  Glass Blowing Exhibition

✓  Irish Town

✓  'La Piazza'

✓  Art Gallery

✓  Parliament

✓  King's Bastion

✓  Cathedral of St Mary the Crowned

✓  Gibraltar Museum (We will not enter)

✓  Law Courts

✓  The Convent

✓  John Mackintosh Hall

✓  Charles V Wall

✓  Trafalgar Cemetery

✓  Alameda Gardens

✓  Wellington Front
✓  Main Street

✓  Post Office

…and more

Tour Information

This tour is completely FREE!

 

You may contribute your guide as much as you thought your tour was worth, we shall highly appreciate it and motivate us to continue educating about Gibraltar. 

 

Please make your booking online so your reservation can be assured.

 
Free!
hrs
CITY WALLS - WALKING TOUR

Inside & Outside the City Walls

Tour Guarantees 

 

✓  Professional, experienced and licensed tour guide

✓  Small groups (5-20 people max.)

✓  Reserved spots on the tour

Tour Sites

Have you ever asked yourself why Gibraltar is surrounded by fortified walls? What is the history of those walls? Who built them and why? What are they used for nowadays? This is a very interesting tour for war history fans. You'll be able to see original guns and strategic points for shooting. Join us!!

✓  Devil's Tongue (Rooke Memorial - Meeting Point)

✓  Landport Gate

✓  Casemates Square

✓  Line Wall Road

✓  Wellington Front

✓  Southport Gate

✓  Referendum Gate

✓  Charles V Wall

✓  Phillip II Wall

✓  Ragged Staff

✓  Commonwealth Park

✓  King's Bastion

✓  Chatham Counterguard

…and more

Tour Information

This tour is completely FREE!

 

You may contribute your guide as much as you thought your tour was worth, we shall highly appreciate it and motivate us to continue educating about Gibraltar. 

 

Please make your booking online so your reservation can be assured.

 
Free!
1½
hrs
A RELIGIOUS ROCK - WALKING TOUR

Town Centre Area

Tour Guarantees 

 

✓  Professional, experienced and licensed tour guide

✓  Small groups (5-20 people max.)

✓  Reserved spots on the tour

Tour Sites

Did you know Gibraltar was once conquered by a Moorish Berber Chief... then conquered by Catholic Monarchs... and now is a multireligious community? The religion practised in Gibraltar is predominantly Roman Catholicism; however, other Christian denominations and other faiths such and Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Bahai and Jehovah’s Witnesses are also common.  Join us and learn how 30.000 inhabitants of all races and followers of different religions can live together in a peaceful and harmonious environment, in a united Rock.

✓  Devil's Tongue (Rooke Memorial - Meeting Point)

✓  Irish Town

✓  Roman Catholic Cathedral of St Mary the Crowned

✓  Flemish and Great Synagogue

✓  Anglican Cathedral of the Holy Trinity

✓  Masjid Tariq Ibn Zeyad (Arabic Mosque)

✓  King's Chapel

✓  The Convent

✓  Methodist Church

✓  St Andrew's Church of Scotland

✓  Sacred Heart Parish Church

✓  Gibraltar Mandir (Hindu Temple)

…and more

Tour Information

This tour is completely FREE!

 

You may contribute your guide as much as you thought your tour was worth, we shall highly appreciate it and motivate us to continue educating about Gibraltar. 

 

Please make your booking online so your reservation can be assured.

 
Free!
1
hr
GIBRALTAR'S TOWN & PEOPLE - WALKING TOUR

Town Centre Area

Tour Guarantees 

 

✓  Professional, experienced and licensed tour guide

✓  Small groups (5-20 people max.)

✓  Reserved spots on the tour

Tour Sites

If you are on a tight schedule and want a quick insight of Gibraltar this is your tour! You'll visit the top main highlights of Gibraltar's town. You'll learn about Gibraltarians or Llanitos, our lifestyle, our passion for the Rock, our culture, our dialect and our ancestry.

✓  Devil's Tongue (Rooke Memorial - Meeting Point)

✓  Public Market

✓  Casemates Square

✓  Irish Town

✓  'La Piazza'

✓  Parliament

✓  The Convent

✓  Law Courts

✓  Main Street

…and more

Tour Information

This tour is completely FREE!

 

You may contribute your guide as much as you thought your tour was worth, we shall highly appreciate it and motivate us to continue educating about Gibraltar. 

 

Please make your booking online so your reservation can be assured.

 
30
min
RE-ENACTMENT PARADE
Free!

Town Centre Area

Since the capture of the Rock in 1704, the Keys of Gibraltar have symbolised the possession of the Fortress by Great Britain.  The Keys have come to be regarded as the seals of office of the Governor and as such are handed over from one Governor to the next.

During the Great Siege (1779-1783) the Governor, General Elliot wore the keys at his belt constantly except when he handed them to the Port Sergeant.  As the Sunset Gun was fired, the Port Sergeant, accompanied by an armed escort, would lock the gates in the North Wall at Landport, Waterport and Chatham Wicket.  The keys would be returned to the Governor.  The following morning  the Port Sergeant would collect the keys again, reopen the gates and hand back the keys to the Governor for safe keeping.

 

After peace was restored in 1783, drums and fifes accompanied the Port Sergeant and his escort to warn aliens to leave the Rock before the gates were closed.  This procedure was carried out each evening without interruption for approximately 140 years until discontinued some time after the First World War.

 

Every Saturday morning (weather permitting) a group of dedicated volunteers parade down the Main Street in period costume reviving this ceremony of the keys, a colourful event which adds flavour to the bustle in town on Saturday mornings.

This parade is completely FREE! You may experience this parade when booking a Saturday tour.