Gibraltar is a British territory located at the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula that extends over the famous rock.
Touristly attractive among other things due to the cultural difference with its neighboring country, Spain: language, customs, architecture, currency and low rates.
Due to its history, the population of Gibraltar is one of the most mixed in Europe, having descendants of English, Genoves, Spanish, Portuguese or Moroccan.
The Rock of Gibraltar is considered one of the two pillars of Hercules (the other, was identified near the city of Ceuta). To visit the rock, a traditional funicular is taken that leads to the top, where hundreds of native wild macaques are found, waiting happily to greet tourists.