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Private Full-Day Tour of Ronda from Marbella
"Enjoy Ronda a city first founded by the Romans as a fortified post. You will be picked up from your hotel in Marbella then taken on an approximate 1-hour excursion to the city of Ronda that will allow you the opportunity to see the city in all it's splendor. Among many of the monuments and sights you can choose to see are the Bridges of Ronda three bridges spanning the Tajo canyon named Puente Romano Puente Viejo and Puente Nuevo. You may also explore sites such as the former Town Hall Corrida Goyesca
From EUR110.00
 
Ronda Guided City Tour
"Discover the unique heritage of the beautiful city of Ronda nestled in a stunning rocky platform gash cut by the river which divides it. From the New Bridge which serves as a connection between the old medina and the new you'll see vertiginous and beautiful views.  Visit the house of Don Bosco a modernist palace from the beginning of s. XX which represents the typical dwelling of Ronda with a beautiful courtyard decorated with tiles Nazari evocation. Its gardens have a great interest because of its location
From EUR60.00
 
Ronda Day Trip from Malaga
"Start the tour with a hotel pick up (if your hotel is within the city centre) or make your way to the meeting point. From there you will be driven to Ronda. Along the way there enjoy the landscape dominated by olive trees and vineyardsWhen you arrive at Ronda the guided walking tour of the old town will start. You will visit the New Bridge and will enter the bullfighting arena and the Mondragon Palace from the 15th Century. After that enjoy free time having a local lunch (at your own expense) or wondering around the shops.The tour will then follow towards the town of Setenil de las Bogedas where you will have a small walk with your guide.Once you have taken a glimpse of th you will head back to Malaga."""
From EUR198.00

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The road to Ronda

The road up to Ronda even though in good condition is very winding and care should be taken. I would recommend not to use this road after dark if possible. Also during weekends it is known that many...
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Parking challenges

Don't try to park as close to the bullring or gorge as possible. This is the center of town and the busiest part. We made that mistake and found ourselves locked into a lane of cars that was trying to...
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You CAN fall into the Tajo

I did not see it happen, but it does. In many areas there are not railings and nice rocky projections that look like places from which to take a picture. Of course a slip would undoubtedly be fatal....
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DRESS CODE

Please, please remember when travelling that where you are is someone's home town, village or city. I live in Andalucia and the feeling here is consistent with most of my friends and locals also that...
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Beware

As I have mentioned the Plaza Duquesa de Parcent is a lovely spot to stop and look at the beautiful buildings and also to sit under the trees in the shade, or even cool your feet in the fountain, but...
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Fires can kill

When we were returning down the mountain road from Ronda there were helicopters and small planes flying around and dumping water onto fires which had started in the hills. Please be careful if you...
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Do not fall off of the 'New Bridge' taking photos!

Unfortunately, a number of tourists have fallen to their deaths from the heights of the tall bridge that connects the old and new sections of Ronda. Often, it seemed, they were making an ill-advised...
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Not for those with vertigo!

This picture, one of several, really makes me feel ill, especially when viewed on the PC full screen! Worse than standing on a cliff edge, you really feel as if you are going to fall, haha. It's just...
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Calle Real 40, Ronda, Costa del Sol, 29400, Spain
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Plaza de Espana s/n, Ronda, Costa del Sol, 29400, Spain
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San Miguel s/n, Ronda, Costa del Sol, Spain
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Fuente de la Higuera Bajo 7, Ronda, Costa del Sol, 29400, Spain
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Calle Tenorio 8, Ronda, Costa del Sol, 29400, Spain
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c/ Virgen de la Paz 24, Ronda, Costa del Sol, 29400, Spain
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Top Things to Do in Ronda

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Escuela Entrelenguas

"Experience Local" is the approach we have developed at Escuela Entrelenguas to provide activities that engage the traveler with the people and culture of this beautiful city. By combining...
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Puente Nuevo

The "New Bridge," or Puente Nuevo was built around 1800 to connect the Old Town of Ronda with the newer part of town on the other side of a deep gorge with the Rio Guadalevin running through its...
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Museo del Bandolero

I liked it. It has two floors and you will see many exhibits of the bandits, especially during the XIX century, in the times when Napoleon invaded Spain. The ticket is cheap and is worth the visit, in...
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Romantic Travelers Plaque

This is a homage to those XIX century travelers who came to Andalucia and loved it. Most were writers and wrote very nicely about this romantic and lovely town. There are english, french, germans,...
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Famous People

Ernest Hemingway and Orson Welles loved deeply Ronda. Today their plaques with a bustr are located in front of the bullfighting arena. They also loved toros fiesta and assisted to them and especially...
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bugalugs

"Ronda"
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barryg23

"Bridge over the River Guadalevin"
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HORSCHECK

"Ronda - Pearl of the Andalusian mountains"
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Bwana_Brown

"Ronda - Spain's amazing gem!"
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GibJoe

"One of the most Beautiful towns in Andalucia"
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