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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.

In the Ronda Mountains you’ll find the beautiful white villages of Andalucía, including the most popular, Grazalema, Setenil de las Bodegas, Zahara de la Sierra, Genalguacil

Images of Ronda in Spain

Though one of the most visited cities in Andalucia, Ronda still has a few undiscovered nooks and crannies. :) Apart from all the obvious views and buildings in this selection of images of Ronda in Spain, there is so much more to see, smell and taste. Here are a few Images of Ronda in Spain

If you see a narrow street leading to who knows where?

Follow it!

You may be surprised at that tiny tapas bar hidden around the corner that doesn’t appear on those big online review websites.

(Yes, you know who I am talking about!)

Use your imagination :)

Acinipo – Ronda la Vieja

So I figured that people could learn some Spanish along the way whilst researching a trip to Ronda. I have translated some of the most popular articles here at Ronda Today. Here is the Spanish version for the article about the ruined town of Acinipo – Ronda la Vieja.

You can read the original English version here….

Un gran punto de referencia dentro del Imperio Romano

Resulta difícil de creer que Ronda fuera alguna vez un gran punto de referencia dentro del Imperio Romano, sin embargo basta un vistazo a los libros de historia para encontrar referencias a la ciudad de Acinipo – Ronda la Vieja y a las terribles batallas que ocurrieron en Monda durante la guerra civil entre Julio César y los hijos de Pompeya. Continue reading Acinipo – Ronda la Vieja

Ronda in the Kingdom of Granada

The kindom of Granada

By the middle of the 13th century the Almohads had lost most of their former possessions in Iberia to Castile, all that remained in 1238 was the Kingdom of Granada, of which Ronda was now an important capital. The first Nasrid Sultans of Granada managed to halt the first reconquista of Ferdinand I by promising fealty to Castile, and historical evidence confirms that until 1480 an annual payment of gold was made to the treasury of Castile.

Read this article in Spanish here….

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Iglesia de Santa María de la Encarnación la Mayor Ronda

Originally built in the 14th century as one of the muslim Mosques, the Church of Santa María la Mayor. Known locally as the Iglesia de Santa María de la Encarnación la Mayor it is located in Ronda’s Town Hall square, the Plaza Duquesa de Parcent, and is the biggest and most attractive of the churches. Its distinctive tower and front facade make the church look more like a city hall than a church.

Practice your Spanish and read the translated version of this article here…

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