I'd say it's worth going.. you don't find it on many "mainstream" tours these days, and if for nothing else, it's somewhere you'll be able to safely brag to your friends that you've been and they haven't.
Best places to visit while you are there..
1. The Rock of Gibraltar
2. Catalan Bay
3. St. Michael's Cave
4. Apes Den almost 8 years ago
I visited Gibraltar years ago ('93) and really enjoyed it. It has a unique cultural mix of Spanish and English, with a strong hint of the Moroccan influence from across the Strait. The people staunchly regard themselves as 'Gibaltarian' - not Spanish. We has some local knowledge which helped, but we also scored a taxi-driver tour of the Rock and the surrounding town including the caves, the apes and a good dose of British Imperialist history. People are friendly and the town has a cozy, safe feel to it. It has a very quirky road into the town that crosses the main airport runway. A red traffic light means that that a plane is about to cross. A word of caution - our local contact advised us to pretty much drive straight through the Spanish city of La Linea which butts up against the border with Gibraltar. At least back in those days it was not regarded as completely tourist-friendly. almost 8 years ago
I am getting married in gibraltar but staying in spain. I will be leaving spain the morning of my wedding and travelling straight to Gibraltar obviously with passports in hand can I drive straight through in a spanish vehicle or do I have to leave the vehicle at the border and get a taxi to the ceremony in Gibraltar? over 5 years agoAnswered by rachael via WorldNomads.com