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Gibraltar Day Trip from Seville

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Skip the stresses of self-drive and public transport, and visit Gibraltar in one effortless day from Seville. With a guide providing observations and background that you’d miss if going it alone, enjoy a scenic coach ride to the peninsula and experience its highlights with ease. Visit the Rock of Gibraltar, meet its monkeys, explore St. Michael’s Cave, and enjoy free time to shop and have lunch (own cost) before returning.
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peterwV975TL wrote a review Jan 2020
Malaga, Spain903 contributions276 helpful votes
The main attraction is the painting of St. Francis by El Greco in the Chapel (Capilla) of the Hospital. Well worth the €2 admission. It is when you see this painting alongside the other works of art in the chapel, all fine paintings, that you appreciate the quality of his work. Admission to the hospital site is confined to the Chapel but make sure you spend a few minutes to view the courtyard that you walk through to get there. Very impressive. Highly Recommended
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Date of experience: January 2020
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5Mackenzie wrote a review Oct 2019
28 contributions19 helpful votes
This place was just round the corner from my airbnb and we tried to get in to see the El Greco painting. The staff waved us through towards the courtyard and said you only pay if you want to see the painting. The courtyard is pretty but we couldn't see it properly because it was all taped off for construction work. We tried to go on to see the painting and got shouted at by staff, even though we weren't crossing the tape. We gave up and left. Pity. If you want to see an El Greco, try the one hanging in Bodegas Tradicion in Jerez, they are much nicer to visitors.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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t d wrote a review Oct 2019
Eugene, Oregon115 contributions82 helpful votes
There is little reason to spend a lot of time here, but two really compelling reasons to spend at least a little. The first and most important is the El Greco painting of St Francis. It is extraordinary, even by El Greco standards and well worth the modest admission. The second is a an unusually attractive old courtyard with a rare double staircase of real architectural interest.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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638ellen wrote a review Aug 2018
London, United Kingdom23 contributions15 helpful votes
It's very easy to miss this little gem of a place. You head down a side street near the market in Cadiz and you have to look out for the pillars outside the Hospital de Mujeres. It costs 1.50 to enter and you pass into a wonderfully crumbly, unspoiled courtyard and then, tucked away in a corner is the entrance to the chapel. It is a tranquil place where sometimes quiet classical music plays and you look at the adornment and find the El Greco painting. I hope it always will retain its calming, authentic beauty.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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CnMBath wrote a review May 2018
Bath, United Kingdom185 contributions52 helpful votes
We found this building was only open from 09:00 to 13:00 on Friday during the week we were in Cadiz. Once we'd worked out you had to buy a ticket too (1.5 euro) we got in. The El Greco was fantastic, and the rest of the chapel was charming. Worth a 15-20 minute look if you like El Greco and can get in!
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Date of experience: May 2018
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