Frequently Asked Questions

The following FAQs will help you plan your visit to Gibraltar. If you need any further information, please contact us on Support@GibraltarPass.com

How to get to Gibraltar?

You can cross through the land frontier connecting to Spain or land at the Gibraltar International Airport. If coming by car, best to park it at the car park on the Spanish side of the border and make use of the #10 or #5 bus routes included when buying your Gibraltar Pass.

Flights to Gibraltar?

There are regular flights into Gibraltar from, Bristol, Birmingham, Edinburgh, London Gatwick, London City, London Heathrow, London Luton, Manchester and Southampton as well as from Tangier and Casablanca in Morocco.

Do you need a passport to get into Gibraltar?

Yes. Indeed, for a fun day in Gibraltar all you need is your Passport and your Gibraltar Pass.

For how long is the GibraltarPass valid for?

The GibraltarPass is a One Day Pass valid for a single day from 05:00am to 23:59 on the same date.

I’m staying in Gibraltar for more than 1 day, can I buy a Pass for multiple days?

Yes, we actually offer a 10% discount for those who wish to buy the Pass for a 2nd day, and a 15% discount on the 3rd day, and any subsequent days. Dates must be consecutive.

To receive your discount codes, please contact our Support Team on Support@GibraltarPass.com  indicating the dates of your planned visit.

How is the weather like in Gibraltar?

Gibraltar is almost completely dry in June, July and August, with summer temperatures averaging around 28°C. Winters are also relatively mild with average December to February temperature of 14-16°C, with some rain possible. Be it summer or winter, there is always something to do in Gibraltar!

Duty free shopping in Gibraltar?

Gibraltar is a shopper’s paradise as it offers familiar high-street name stores along with quality international brands all at VAT free status. The Gibraltar Pass gives you even further discounts and special offers along with exclusive freebies at many shops, restaurants and other services. Click here to check out the list of participating businesses

How much is the Gibraltar Nature Reserve?

Your Gibraltar Pass already includes the entrance fee to the Cable Car along with entrance to many other top attractions. Click here to check out the list of included attractions.

Where to find the Gibraltar Barbary Macaques?

You might be lucky and catch a glimpse of them around town, but for a sure chance to see the only wild monkeys in Europe head up to the Top of The Rock Nature Reserve and visit the Apes Den. The entrance fee to the Nature Reserve is already included in your Gibraltar Pass.

How to get to the top of the rock in Gibraltar?

The most popular ways to get to the top is either by Cable-Car or by Minibus Rock tours. Both options are included in your Gibraltar Pass for you to choose (cannot use both).

Where to eat in Gibraltar?

Gibraltar is home to a host of restaurants offering up many different cuisines. Visit the buzzing Ocean Village marina, the tranquil Queensway Marina, the popular Chatham Counterguard, or the centrally located Casemates Square, and take your pick of Gibraltar’s very best food establishments. Don’t forget to show your Gibraltar Pass to receive exclusive discounts and special offers on your meal and drinks. For a list of participating cafés, restaurants and bars click here.

What to do in Gibraltar?

In addition to all the top attractions, Gibraltar is home to many activities such as dolphin watching tours out in the bay,scuba diving amongst impressive wrecks and sea life, e-Bike tours, Escape Rooms, sailing, yacht chartering and much more. The Gibraltar Pass gives you exclusive discounts to all these activities. For a list of discounts at participating activities click here.

What to do in a day in Gibraltar?

As part of the Gibraltar Pass we have prepared 2 great itineraries that will fill up your day and will allow you to enjoy the best of Gibraltar in a hassle-free way. Check them out here.

Can I buy a Pass for more than 1 day?

Yes, we can provide you with a special 10% discount code to buy your Pass for the second day, third day or any other number of consecutive days. All you need to do is first buy your 1 Day GibraltarPass and email your Pass to us on Support@GibraltarPass.com . We will then send you the discount code to apply online for purchasing additional days’ Pass. The more days you choose the greater the discount.

Can I walk or cycle up the Rock?

Yes, you can do that, although it is challenging, so only recommended if you are feeling fit. You would still need to get your entry ticket to the Top of The Rock Nature Reserve included in the GibraltarPass. To obtain your ticket, just go to the bottom station of the Cable Car, show your GibraltarPass and you will receive the entry ticket to the Nature Reserve which you can then take with you when walking or cycling up the Rock.

Where does the Minibus Rock Tour departs from?

The Minibus tours depart from 2nd Floor of MidTown Coach Park on Reclamation Road in the city centre (look for Blands Travel minibus). It is a big multi-storey car park, located 5min walk off Main Street.

What are my options to visit the attractions if the cable car is closed?

Walking Route via Union Jack Steps

The quickest walking path to the Upper Rock Nature Reserve from the city center is the Union Jack Steps, which starts opposite the Elliott Hotel at the Garrison Library. Painted in the iconic red and white colors to commemorate Gibraltar’s first Sovereign Referendum in 1967, these steps lead to a scenic trail that winds up to Devil’s Gap Battery, offering breathtaking city views. After passing the battery, present your GibraltarPass at the Nature Reserve ticket booth. It’s then a brief 10-minute walk to the lower Apes Den, and onwards to the Windsor Suspension Bridge and St. Michael’s Cave.

Click the map below for Directions:

Click the image below for a Streetview of the Union Jack Steps:


Bus Route 1 to Moorish Castle

Alternatively, catch bus Number 1 (not included in Pass) from Marketplace near Casemates Square to its final stop at Moorish Castle. Show your GibraltarPass at the Nature Reserve ticket office and visit nearby attractions such as the WW2 Tunnels, City Under Siege Exhibition, and Great Siege Tunnels, all accessible via a short uphill walk.

Bus Route 2 to Nature Reserve Entrance

If you’re close to the Cable-Car station, take bus Number 2 (not included in Pass) from Boyd’s Way beside Mama Mia Restaurant/Express minimarket. Alight at the Garrison Gym stop and walk up Windmill Hill Road to the Nature Reserve entrance, where your Passes will be checked at the ticket kiosk. This entrance is near the Pillars of Hercules and the start of the Mediterranean Steps trail, leading to other renowned attractions.

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