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IMPORTANT… For the rest of November and probably all of December 2017 and maybe into January 2018 the puente nuevo in Ronda will be closed to traffic due to essential maintenence work being carried out. This of course means that crossing by car from the new town (bull ring and Parador side) to the old town (museums) and San Francisco area is a bit more complicated than normal…
As of yesterday 12th November 2017 there were NO warning signs redirecting traffic so if you end up on the parador side you will drive down as far as the bridge and then use the roundabout to go back the way you came or take the side street and try to navigate the narrow streets… (Best not to do that :) )
The easiest way to get to the old town and hotels on the other side of the bridge from the Parador by car is to take the Algecirus road and enter Ronda via the area known as Barrio San Francisco… The junction for this and your main reference point is the new hospital on the road from Ronda to Dan Pedro… Once you find the hospital roundabout you will easily find your way to Barrio San Francisco and the old town…
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