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Explore Ronda and discover her charms, abd better yet stay for a night to really see our wonderful little city after the day trippers have left for the day. Here is our list of the most popular things to do in Ronda.
A must see in Sevilla for fans of the taurina, the Plaza de Toros flanks the Guadalquivir river, and houses a museum and the headquarters of the Real Maestranza.
The Real Maestranza de Ronda photo contest to promote the Plaza de Toros has its first winner.
Photos from the final day of the Pedro Romero Feria, Las Enganches in the streets of Ronda before entering the Plaza de Toros for judging.
One of Ronda’s biggest annual events, the Corrida Goyesca in its 54th year. 2010 saw less fans than in previous years, though the Goyesca outfits still impressed.
The RMR launches a photo contest on Flickr to find the best images of the Plaza de Toros to celebrate the 225th anniversary of its construction.
The poster for the 54th annual Corrida Goyesca has been announced, along with a program of events for the 225th anniversary of the Plaza de Toros
Staying in the Costa del Sol? Why not plan a short trip to Ronda, the soul of Andalucía, and as little as 45 minutes away. See the bullring, Puente Nuevo, Mondragon Palace and the Arab Baths.
One of the largest and oldest bullrings in the world, the Ronda bullring is famous for the Romero and Ordoñez dynasties and the museum to bullfighting.
On the last day of the Pedro Romero Feria, the Real Maestranza hosts a horse and carriage show in the bullring.