Hotel Poeta

Calle Tenorio 1, Ronda, 29400, Spain
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More about Ronda


Local artifacts shopLocal artifacts shop

Looking back toward the Parador and New RondaLooking back toward the Parador and New Ronda

The staff happily join in the photoThe staff happily join in the photo

Streets of Ronda, SpainStreets of Ronda, Spain

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Sevilla to Ronda on bus?

by monicarc

I have read its easier to get to Ronda from Sevilla via bus--if so, does anyone know where I can get copies of the bus schedules?? Thanks!

RE: Sevilla to Ronda on bus?

by Carmela71

The company that does the run is called " Los amarillos" I think they do not have a web page and I had not been able to check timetables at (that normally has of 80% of spanish buses) but do not worry as for sure there are more than 4 daily buses!

RE: Sevilla to Ronda on bus?

by puerto_lover

As CARMELA says, the LOS AMARILLOS bus company have a service from Ronda to Seville. Times :

Travel Tips for Ronda


by LoriPori

The Romero Family, which produced three generations of the finest bullfighters, emerged in Ronda during the 18th century when bullfighting on foot replaced horsemen. The most famous in the family was PEDRO ROMERO ( 1754 - 1839 ) the leading and most representative figure in the history of bullfighting. Pedro started bullfighting at the tender age of eight and retired at the grand age of seventy-two, after spearing more than 5,600 bulls and without ever having received the slightest scratch. It was thanks to his personality, which combined courage and skill with a sense of beauty, that the profession gained respect and social dignity.

statue of a famous bull fighter


After our search for shoes, it was definitely time to visit the bullring.
I think you have to be Spanish to understand this game, I think it is cruel for the animals and just a crazy game.
I heard that every town has a bullring.
This is a statue of a famous bull fighter.
At the left side you find the information center, on your right the bullring.

Short information

by Christianne

You must see Ronda's bullfighting ring built in 1785.
In the Jewish quarter are the Arab baths which probably date from the 13th century.
See also The Puerta de Carlos I,the Arco de Felipe V and the Arabic Minaret in the Abul Beka square.


by Carmela71

It is important as well in the history of bullfight: legendary bullfighter Pedro Romero founded here the "Escuela Rondeña", the Rondanian School of bullfighting, opposing the Sevillanian School which had been leading until then. lots of information inside musseum

Bull fighting

by bugalugs

I didnt go into the bullring. It is the oldest bullring in Spain. In September they apparently have a bullfight where they dress in clothes from over 100 years ago.
The bullring is open each day from 10am to 7pm. Charge is 5 euros.
There is wheelchair access.
Apparently the film director/actor Orson Welles loved this place and wanted his ashes scattered here, however they are not and are at an estate of a bull figher called Antonio Ordonez who was a close friend of his.


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Address: Calle Tenorio 1, Ronda, 29400, Spain