Quick directions to the bullring (plaza de toros) and other main monuments.
Exit the bus station and follow Calle San Jose to it’s end, then turn left into Calle Doctor Fleming (maps show it as Calle Jerez), and keep going till you reach the Ronda bullring.
Exit the railway station and walk straight ahead crossing the road in front and walk along Avenida Martinez Astein until you reach Carerra Espinel (known locally as La Bola), then turn right and keep going down hill through this pedestrian shopping street till you reach the bullring.
Continue reading Arriving at Ronda’s Bus and Rail Stations
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Remember that Ronda is also serviced by trains and it is very easy to Book a train to Ronda, and train daytrips to the Alhambra in Granada, Mezquita in Córdoba, or the Picaso Museum in Malaga.
THE LOS AMARILLOS SERVICE HAS BEEN REPLACED BY A NEW COMPANY CALLED “DAMAS”
Getting to Ronda by bus is quite easy and there are several bus companies that service Ronda and the villages of the Serranía de Ronda. These are Damas, Comes, Transportes Generales Portillo, Horizonte Sur, Autocares Lara, and Sierra de las Nieves.
The main bus station in Ronda is not in the town centre, although it close enough to be only a short walk, our directions from the Ronda bus station are all you need. Continue reading Ronda Bus Timetables