Talking Plaques Gibraltar are working on a major project in Gibraltar. The project involves adding Talking Plaques technology to all the historical sites and statues in Gibraltar. This service will help tourists, making their visit to Gibraltar a real amazing experience and Gibraltar businesses by promoting their businesses. For details on advertising opportunities, please click here. The project will Read more about Talking Plaques gets go-ahead for major project in Gibraltar[…]
When the ancient mariners from the east arrived in this region in the eighth century BC, they once again homed in on the beacon which was the Rock and were attracted to large marine caverns close to these southern platforms. We know that Phoenicians and ancient Greeks came here. It has also been suggested by Read more about EUROPA POINT[…]
St Michael’s Cave has interested visitors to Gibraltar ever since the days of the Romans. The Cave was long believed to be bottomless. This probably gave birth to the story that the Rock of Gibraltar was linked to the Continent of Africa by a subterranean passage over 15 miles (24km) long under the Strait of Read more about ST MICHAEL’S CAVE[…]
One of Gibraltar’s most important tourist attraction, traditionally known as apes, they are in fact tailless monkeys, properly known as Barbary Macaques. They are best known of Gibraltar’s attractions and roam freely throughout the Nature Reserve. Barbary Macaques are wild animals and visitors are advised to show caution when in their company.
Simply use your smart phone to Tap or Scan the Talking Plaques and hear its history come to life! Yes with a simple touch you will hear the statues talk and tell you their history. 34 main tourists sites have been selected as part of phase 1 of the project, to have a Talking Read more about WELCOME TO TALKING PLAQUES[…]
Locals and tourists visiting Gibraltar can benefit from this free service using your smart phone. You can soon enjoy and hear Gibraltar’s history with their smart phones. Apart from hearing the the site or statue talk, you can also see; Things to do, Things to see, Where to eat, where to shop, where to stay, Upcoming Read more about CRADLE OF HISTORY[…]
Grand Casemates Square is full of history, and soon you will be able to hear the full history of this site. Named after the British Barracks located at the north or the square, this area has served many purposes. Formerly the site of public executions, this commercial square has Read more about CASEMATES GATES[…]
This ancient Jewish Cemetery facing Tetouan in Morocco was last used in 1848. Jewish merchants from Tetouan came to settle in Gibraltar when it was first occupied by British forces in 1704. They were joined here by other Jews active in the Morocco trade – from London, Leghorn and Amsterdam.