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Oplev de naturskønne områder og shoppinghøjdepunkterne i Gibraltar på en heldagstur fra Malaga. Tag turen fra Malaga til Gibraltar sammen med en kyndig guide i en bus med aircondition, og oplev det bedste af det berømte britiske territorium. Mød de sagnomspundne berberaber på Gibraltarklippen, besøg Skt. Michaels grotte og meget mere. Derefter kan du tage dig tid til at udforske Gibraltars centrum på egen hånd. Måske har du lyst at spise frokost på en britisk pub, ose i de store kædebutikker eller shoppe de toldfrie tilbud.

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Der er afgang fra Malaga med bus med aircondition, hvorefter I følger kysten til Gibraltar, det britiske territorium, der strækker sig ud i Middelhavet som en halvø.

Det britiske territorium, som er berømt for sit himmelstræbende kalkstensbakkedrag, Gibraltarklippen, er også kendt for sine toldfri shoppingmuligheder og seværdigheder i britisk stil, herunder traditionelle pubber og de berømte røde telefonbokse.

Ankom efter omkring to timers rejse, og nyd en sightseeingtur til Gibraltars største seværdigheder. Tag billeder af havnen, se den muromkransede indre bydel, og besøg Skt. Michaels grotte, et netværk af naturlige huler i klipperne. Her kan du beundre stalaktitter og stalagmitter og blive betaget af den største grotte, der endda bruges til koncerter og kulturelle begivenheder.

Hernæst kører I op ad den 425 meter høje klippe, hvor din guide vil fortælle om de ældgamle legender, der omgiver den. De gamle romere og grækere mente, at det var en af Herkules' to søjler, der stod på kanten af verden.

Fra toppen kan man se ud over den spanske kyst og over mod Marokko på den anden side af Gibraltarstrædet. Mød Gibraltarklippens berømte indbyggere: de halvvilde berberaber. Tag billeder af disse frække dyr, men hold øje med dine ejendele. De er kendt for at hapse og løbe!

Kør ned fra klippen, og brug fritiden til at udforske centrum på egen hånd. Måske har du lyst til en frokost på en pub (for egen regning), at slentre rundt i de smukke gader eller shoppe langs hovedgaden.

De fleste butikker er kendte, britiske high-street-navne, lige såvel som internationale modekæder og kunsthåndværksbutikker. Kig efter britiske produkter som tøj, gå på jagt efter glaskunst fra Gibraltar eller shop toldfrie favoritter såsom spiritus, ure og dufte.

Bagefter kan du slappe af på busturen tilbage til Malaga, hvor din tur ender ved udgangspunktet.

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, dec. 2013

En fantastisk spændende tur. Dygtige guides, og en buschauffør der forstod at køre bussen på en behagelig måde.

, jul. 2018

If you start this trip from Malaga, you will spend about 2 hours each way on a bus as you pick up other folks at hotels along the way. The Marbella passengers were lucky...last pickup, first drop off. Time in Gibraltar is short, but you have time to walk down Main Street have lunch, drink, etc. The bus tour of the rock and cave was fast...but we had a awesome bus driver that made it interesting. Worth the time as an intro to Gibraltar to see if you want to go back and see more.

, jul. 2018

Gibraltar was beautiful and the staff was kind, BUT I felt mislead just before we arrived. When I purchased the tickets online weeks before the trip, I was under the impression that our tickets would take us all around the island, including up the mountain where most of the attractions are located. Minutes before arriving, we were told that I needed to purchase two additional tickets with cash to board a smaller bus that would actually tour the island for 50 Euros (25 per ticket). I don't like carrying a lot of cash during our travels, lucky for us I brought a 50 Euro bill with me that day. If I didn't bring cash with me, our trip would have been limited to the small town near the bus depot. The town is quite charming. But still I was extremely upset that I traveled to Gibraltar and almost missed out seeing the highlights; monkeys, St. Michael's Cave and the distant Africa outline on the southern side. Finally, my last huge complaint is that I was told to meet the tour in Malaga at 7 am. The reason that I was given was that the bus would not pick us up at our hotel which was a few towns west of Malaga, but east of Gibraltar (somewhere in the middle). This was no issue at first as we rented a car for our trip. We drove the Malaga, spend an additional 30 Euros to park and boarded the bus. Minutes into the trip, the bus started making stops picking up additional tourists. There were between 10 to 15 stops. This didn't bother me until we made a stop in the town that I was staying at, which was about two hours in! WHY, WHY, WHY was I told to travel to Malaga, when I could have met the bus at this other hotel? So not only did I have to spend an additional 80 Euros, we wasted at least six hours of our day because we were told to meet the tour at the first stop. Again, it pains me to write this complaint because both bus drivers and the tour guide were extremely nice. And Gibraltar is extremely beautiful and would recommend anyone to visit, just not on this tour. I've been on many site seeing tours throughout Europe, this was our worse.

, jul. 2018

Gibraltar - interesting yet odd. The monkeys were great to see in person. St. Michael's Cave was magnificent. The town/main shopping area itself was OK. Cute but nothing special. I felt the tour was rushed and would have liked at least one more hour to be on my own to explore. The tour guide Paco was really quite good - speaking 5 languages.He was knowledgeable and funny. The customs

, maj 2018

I booked the tour directly from the website of VIATOR although it was more expensive than that advertised by Julia Travel. The reason for this was that when I read the reviews on the tour organised by Julia Travel many complained that the trip from Malaga to Gibraltar took much more time than the advertised duration of two hours. However, to my astonishment, when I booked I received an email form VIATOR informing me that the tour would be organised by Julia Travel. Thus I had paid the extra fee in vain.
The coach from Malaga took almost 4 hours to arrive at Gibraltar despite the fact that VIATOR advertises that the trip would take around 2 hours. This delay was due to the fact that there were many pick-ups on the way and the guide had to distance herself from the coach several times to pick up persons along the way. A more clear indication of the time which would be taken from Malaga to Gibraltar should have been given. We arrived at Gibraltar at around 10.45am and were given free time up to 12.30pm. Then we were led to different mini buses according to the preferred language and were informed that the coach would leave Malaga at 3pm sharp. The local guide for the city tour named Paul was commendable and he was both knowledgeable and friendly. However, we were rushed through the places we had to visit. In fact we were spared only 20 minutes to visit St Michaels caves and on our way to the coach parking area, at 2.45pm, Paul even received a telephone call asking him where we were. However, we arrived at the parking area within the following minute.
Our return to Malaga took much less and we arrived at our destination prior to 6pm. This means that although the tour was advertised as having a duration of approximately 12 hours, in our case it lasted only 11 hours whereas more time could have been allotted to us either during our city tour or during our free time. Prior to dropping the participants off, the guide even told us that whoever wished to give tips to her and the coach driver was free to do so. Notwithstanding this, almost none of those who were dropped off in Malaga gave any tips.
All in all, I opine that the tour was not quite worthwhile and it should give more value for money. It would pay whoever wishes to visit Gibraltar to do so on his own if he is able to do so.

, apr. 2018

This tour was underwhelming. We spent 7 hours on the bus and 4 hrs. actually touring at Gibraltar. Felt like we were on the milk run stopping at the various hotels/locations to pick up passengers. It was an exhausting and pricey tour for so little. The Julia Bus tour guide was pleasant but inefficient. He was not clear in his explanations of what passengers were to do next thus creating confusion. The small bus tour guide at Gibraltar, Phil, who drove us to St. Michael's cave and the monkeys was a 5 star guide. He did a great job. Our tour was on a Saturday which is the Sabbath day for the Jewish shop owners. Therefore their shops were closed thus giving less shopping options during the time on Main Street, Gibraltar, a major portion of the tour. Felt a little cheated in this aspect. I would not recommend this tour.

, mar. 2018

This was an enjoyable day tour. It was nice to have some solo time to walk around and have lunch. The Gibraltar tour guide was great and the tour of the rock was really interesting. It would have been nice to have toured some of the bunkers, but that was my only complaint.

, mar. 2018

Malaga to Gibraltar takes about 1.45hrs. With all the hotel pick ups it took us 3 hours. Thats 6hrs travel there and back. It was an interesting tour, but next time Id stay a couple of nights to see all of The Rock.

, mar. 2018

3H30mn bus to reach Gibraltar and 3h30mn to get back to Malaga ! ...
We spent more time in the bus than visiting Gibraltar.


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