There’s a feeling of being in a sunny version of the UK when visiting Gibraltar.
Its red telephone boxes and post boxes, as well as branches of popular supermarket Marks & Spencer and restaurant Pizza Express, make Brits feel right at home – despite being on Spain’s southern edge.
‘Gib’, as some locals call it, has been a British Overseas Territory for over three centuries and wears its sensibilities on its sleeve.
However, the one key thing that sets it apart from its UK counterpart is the weather. With spring temperatures already in the low-20s and summer temperatures set to reach the comfortable high-20s, its the ideal place to catch some rays without going
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