Baraka Bed and Breakfast

Calle Ruedo Doña Elvira, No 16, Malaga, Ronda, 29400, Spain
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Ronda to Sevilla??

by migm77

I will be taking the train from Granada to Ronda and then planning to go from Ronda to Sevilla. I have been looking for ways to do this but can't find information anywhere. Is this possible?? Will be using trains and buses.

Please advice, Thank You.

RE: Ronda to Sevilla??

by fabbo

You can take a train from Ronda to Bobadilla, then a train from Bobadilla to Sevilla

RE: RE: Ronda to Sevilla??

by Hopkid

I went to check out the schedules on www.renfe.es but they didn't even have a Ronda station in their drop-down list. My Lonely Planet guidebook says that the Ronda station is on the Bobadilla-Algeciras line. I wanted to see how long it would take to get to Sevilla from Ronda. You might want to call them: 952.87.16.73.

Apparently the bus takes 2.5 hours and is operated by Los Amarillos (952.18.70.61). I'm not sure if you have to transfer in Algodonales or not.

RE: Ronda to Sevilla??

by puerto_lover

There are buses direct to Seville or via Jerez. Or you can take a train. You would have to re trace your route on the train back to the famous Bobadilla station which is where you can change but likely you may need to wait. Spanish rail web site is no good for anything but direct journies from one main station to another main station ! But you can trawl though the site and look up different services. For example, the route you want for Ronda to Bobadilla is Algeciras to Bobadilla ! Easy ! Then Bobadilla to Sevilla. Then work out the timings.

Or you could take a bus journey. COMES (a bus company based in Cadiz) does Ronda to Jerez and they also do Jerez to Sevilla. The nice new bus station is now opened at Jerez next to the nice train station ! See COMES website : www.tgcomes.es
And I think that Portillo bus company also does a direct run that starts in Marbella via Ronda to Sevilla. There may be others.

RE: RE: Ronda to Sevilla??

by puerto_lover

Forgot to mention that Los Amarillos is the other bus company that does Ronda-Sevilla - Get some times info from: http://www.touristbus.es/frgrsamar.htm

RE: Ronda to Sevilla??

by migm77

Thank you all for your replies. Now I have it clear, there is a train but I have to change in Bobadilla or I can take a bus. This is good to know. I will be traveling to Spain on Sept 30 (Barcelona) and planning to be in Ronda on October 10, then heading to Sevilla, Toledo, Madrid and then back home.

Muchas Gracias.

RE: RE: Ronda to Sevilla??

by fabbo

Yes, Renfe only lists major stations in their drop-down menus. You should use "Quiero viajar desde: mínimo 3 letras" from their homepage: type at least 3 letters of the departing station and click on "Realizar consulta", and you will be shown all stations (small ones too) with those letters in the name.

Travel Tips for Ronda

Puente Nuevo. Ronda (Malaga)

by carlitos_66

Este monumento caracteriza a la ciudad. El arquitecto autor del puente fue el aragonés Juan Martín Aldehuela. Este magnifico puente de 98 metros de altura se comenzó a construir en el año 1751 sobre otro antiguo puente, se termino en 1793. Este puente esta formado por cuatro arcos. Un inferior y sobre este se alza uno central y dos laterales, en la parte central del puente hay una habitación que se utilizaba antiguamente como cárcel. Actualmente se esta preparando para ubicar allí un centro de interpretación.

The magnificent Bridge

by Geoff_Wright

From part way down into the gorge you will be amazed by the sheer beauty of the Bridge, which ties the two halves of Ronda together. There is a good path down to the viewing area, but the steepness and angles, together with the flatness of the plain, makes one rather light-headed! You get the feeling of being on the rolling deck of a ship - but the path doesn't move - or does it??

Planning your trip

by barryg23

Many people visit Ronda on a day trip from the coast or from other parts of Andalucia. Though Ronda is a small town, there is a lot to see and I don't think one day gives you near enough time. We stayed for two days and just about saw most things of interest. I'd love to have stayed for a whole week as the countryside around Ronda is beautiful and there are many interesting places within hiking distance.

Ronda wasn't covered much in our Rough Guide to Spain so I would recommend you use a more detailed book. The Ronda tourism website is also very helpful for planning your trip.

The Bullring

by Geoff_Wright

Walk around the Bullring, towards the main road, and you will find two statues of famous Bullfighters. This one is dedicated to Cayetano Ordonez (I hope I can read my own scribble, sorry Carmen, hehe) "El Nino De La Palma", it says.

Beer in Spain - San Miguel

by HORSCHECK

Due to the increasing number of tourists the beer consumption in Spain has more than doubled since 1980. One of the well known beer brands of Spain is San Miguel which roots are actually located in the Phillippines. The original brewery was founded by a Spaniard in Manila. What started as a brewery is nowadays Southeast Asia's largest food and beverage company.
The San Miguel lager belongs to the most sold beers in the world and you will find its advertisments all over Spain.

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Address: Calle Ruedo Doña Elvira, No 16, Malaga, Ronda, 29400, Spain