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All reviews narrow streets horse drawn carriage every corner white houses beautiful city wander around nice walk few hours the main square walking tour puente nuevo spectacular views bull ring great place to visit el tajo gorge interesting history take your time
I've been in Ronda twice and both times were day trips from other cities. Next time I would stay for the night, for sure, as the city looks charming and it is full of lovely tiny stone buildings, so you want to examine them more...More
This part of Ronda is in real contrast with its mdorn other half. Narrow streets and alleyways, with a steep descent to the valley for the oldest parts. It is for strolling, not rushing. Some quaint shops too.
There is lots of hype about Ronda. We stopped on our way to Sevilla. We were able to park our car in the city center and walk up the hill to the old city. It is very picturesque and we were able to walk the...More
The city is one of the most beautiful I have ever seen. It rankes with Edinburgh castle and Athens acroplass. The city has been inhabited by romans, moors and Spaniard for hundreds of years. Each has left their mark on traditions and architecture. The bridge...More
We took the bus from Fuengirola. It was not a long journey but the drive up the mountain is simply stunning. The scenery is to die. You also see the houses of the rich and famous. Must do when you are in Costa Del Sol.
The old city is interesting but lacks a wow factor.
It is dead after 8.30 pm except close to the bridge and the gorge. By then the tourist buses have gone! There are many more authentic places in Spain. We have ruined Ronda by our...More
Stay away from all the tourists in the new town and head for the old town for some fabulous food in great settings in an uneven cobbled plaza .Fantastic (Sorry can't think of restaurants names but about 200 m over bridge and turn right they...More
There is an easy to follow route around the old city to see the sights.
There are some information signs around but not many.
The views are stunning.
It was a lovely half a day! Which was enough time to see the landmarks and stop...More