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The UK is leaving the European Union. The rules for passports, entry requirements, driving, EHIC cards and more may change after Brexit.

This page will be updated with specific information for travellers to Gibraltar as things change. Sign up for email alerts and view the latest updates for UK nationals travelling to and living in Europe.

Most visits to Gibraltar are trouble-free. Violence and street crime are rare. See Crime

Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory. There’s no formal British consular representation in Gibraltar and the local authorities deal with all requests for consular assistance. See Consular assistance

The Government of Gibraltar has issued some press releases with guidance on Brexit.

You may experience delays when entering and exiting Gibraltar by road or on foot. See Crossing between Spain and Gibraltar

You must hold a valid passport to enter Gibraltar. See Passport validity

Gibraltar is not part of the EU Common Customs Territory. The amount of goods (e.g. tobacco and alcohol) that you can take into and out of Gibraltar is more limited than for visits between the UK and other EU countries. See Customs

Terrorist attacks in Gibraltar can’t be ruled out. See Terrorism

If you need to contact the emergency services call 199 (police) or 190 (ambulance and fire).

Take out comprehensive travel and medical insurance before you travel.