Train travel in Gibraltar

A guide to Gibraltar for train travellers

CurrencyPound sterling
LanguagesEnglish, Spanish
Population32,688 (2022)
Dialing code+350
Gibraltar, a British Overseas Territory on the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula, does not have a railway system. The territory is known for its iconic rock formation, the Rock of Gibraltar, and its strategic location at the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea. Travelers to Gibraltar often explore its historical sites, such as the Moorish Castle and St. Michael's Cave, as well as enjoy stunning views of the Strait of Gibraltar. While there's no rail travel within Gibraltar, visitors can easily explore the compact territory on foot or use local buses and taxis to access key attractions. The unique blend of British and Mediterranean influences, along with the scenic landscapes, makes Gibraltar a fascinating destination for travelers.

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