Museums of Ronda the tourist ticket

The Tourist Ticket (The best way to visit Rondas top attractions)

When you get to Ronda (even if you have found Ronda Today useful) the first place on your lisit of visits should be the Tourist Office which is located by the bull ring (Plaza de Toros.) It is here that the English speaking staff can give you the most up to date info on whats going on in Ronda such as concerts, exhibitions and sell you the “tourist ticket”.

But, also they can sell you the “Tourist Ticket” (Bono Turístico in Spanish.) This one price ticket allows you access to some of the “on the list” places to visit in Ronda.

Prices are 8 euros per adult (6.50 if you have a group of 10 or more people) and under 14 years olds are free.

You can buy the Tourist Tickets  in the Municipal Tourist Office, in Paseo Blás Infante, opposite the Bull Ring.

This ticket is highly recommended if you are planning to visit these places anyway as there is a saving of 3 to 5 euros per person (enough saving to spend on a nice tapas :)

For opening times and prices of museums and other monuments in Ronda, try this link.  On the municipal Tourist office in Ronda. Under the heading “Timetables” you will see “Schedule of the museums and monuments (Spanish-English) and tourist pass

4 thoughts on “The Tourist Ticket (The best way to visit Rondas top attractions)”

  1. You are most welcome Jessica! There is a lot of information on this site to help you with your visit to Ronda… Also you can reserve your hotel, hire car, flights and buses directly from Ronda Today… We get a little bit of commission and that helps a lot! If you have any questions about your visit just ask.. :)

  2. When in Ronda we would like to take a day trip to Grazalema but the bus schedules departures are no earlier than 1pm. Is there an alternate way to visit earlier in the day?

  3. Hi Frederick. A lot of people take a taxi from Ronda earlier in the morning and then, to save money, get the bus back in the afternoon… The taxi should be around 25 euros 1 way but check with your hotel or ask in the tourist office by the bullring….

    You can read more about Grazalema on my website here…..

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