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Ronda city is one of the most picturesque destinations in Spain, and the third most visited city in Andalucía. Popular sites to see are the Puente Nuevo bridge, the Plaza de Toros Bullring, Ronda’s cathedral, the historic Arab Baths, and much more.
The ocho caños fuente, known in English as the eight spout fountain, used to be the only source of drinking water in the Padre Jesus district.
The Felipe V arch, was originally established as a tax gate into the city for merchants and travellers. These days tourists can walk past without paying a fee.
Getting a taxi in Ronda will often involve calling ahead and requesting a pickup, this is because there is in fact only one taxi rank in Ronda despite there being several taxi pickup and drop off points. Hailing a vacant taxi in Ronda is quite common, although many drivers on their way to a fare [...]
Parking your car or hirecar in a strange city when you don’t know the rules can be hazadous to your wallet. Be prepared with our little guide to parking in Ronda.
Visitors to Ronda by train or bus might find the signs to the town centre and monuments confusing, but after reading this article you’ll know exactly how to get there.
Ronda, the city of dreams, a place where travellers have stopped and fallen in love with our beautiful town. This is what they all said.
In common with most of Andalucia, Ronda celebrates many of the same holidays, though being a city in its own right, Ronda also has some holidays and events that are unique to the city.
Ronda isn’t like the Costa del Sol or inland cities such as Sevilla or Cordoba. The micro-climate that exists here means summers are cooler, winters milder, and rainfall can be quite different as well.
For much of the Almoravid and Almohad time, their empires were subject to Sharia law. This was a time of persecution yet also rebuilding.
Christianity and churches in Ronda have a long history, right back to late Roman times. Many of Ronda’s churches are architecturally important.