Main Street is the most central street in Gibraltar and where the most shops per square meter meet, making it one of the well known streets. It's typical to buy tax free alcohol and tobacco when you visit Gibraltar, it's a lot cheaper than in Spain so there's lots of these types of shops. But besides tobacconists and shops selling alcohol, there are numerous jewelers(and renowned Chopard), souvenir shops, perfume shops, sports shops, clothes, electronics (which were far more expensive than in Spain), etc. ... In addition there are food stores, because chocolate is another product's usually bought in Gibraltar. As well as the shopping area on the main street, there are restaurants, bars, cafes, pubs and even hotels.
The Cable Car Gibraltar Cable Car connects the center of the town (Main Street), with the top of its mountain, called The Rock (about 415 meters high). It was constructed in the year 1966 by Swiss architect Von Roll and was completely renovated in the year 1986. From the top of the rock ione can find monkeys, different viewpoints to get the best views, and tour the ancient caves of the mountain. Their hours of operation are: Monday to Sunday from 09.30 to 19.15 hours, except in winter (November 1 to March 31) when it closes at 17.15h. The cable car runs for 10 minutes, and has a maximum capacity of 30 passengers.
Ocean Village Shopping Centre is in the most elite and luxurious area of Gibraltar, where the Gibraltar Marina is. It is also one of the largest leisure spaces, with shops, bars, restaurants etc ... There are many shops here, including: KS, Pusser's Landing, Niche Gallery, Chesterton, Signature, Aftershock London, Esprit, CTS (Telecoms & IT Services), Ocean Village Express and included when one Ocen Heath Village Club. Restaurants here include: Gala Casinos, Petit Café, The Water Margin (Chinese restaurant), KFC (Kentucky Grilled Chicken), Ipanema, All Stars Sports Café, Laziz (Indian restaurant) , Pizza Express, Celebrity Wine & Bar, Pusser's Landing, O'Reilly's Irish Pub, Cafe Fresco, etc ... Public parking for vehicles open 24 hours a day.
The Tunnels of World War II were constructed before the belief that the Rock of Gibraltar would be attacked because it was surrounded by German and Italian troops. Because the idea of a military attack, they people thought they had to build a network of tunnels to improve zone defense because it was considered a strategic point for controlling the entrances and exits to the Mediterranean. In these tunnels during the Second World War in the year 1941, Winston Churchill, Eisenhower and his military chiefs devised and planned the invasion of North Africa, which was called Operation Torch. Until May of 2005, these tunnels were not open to the public, but from then on you can visit.
This property in Gibraltar has pretty much everything, both bowling and ice skating rink, gym, cinema, etc.. The ice rink is incredible, if you're going to Gibraltar, go! There's also the huge bowling alley, on the floor below the ice rink. It is a perfect entertainment site.