Ronda, Spain is a mountainous city in the Andalusian province of Malaga perched precariously on the El Tajo gorge. Running through the heart of the city the river Rio Guadalevin divides the city into two.
Location - Ronda, Spain is located at the coordinates: 36°44'N, 5°10'W
Reaching there - Ronda, Spain can be easily accessed by rail from Algeciras and from Cordoba. It is also serviced by national and international airlines from the Malaga airport which is only 90 km away.
Sightseeing - Although small Ronda, Spain offers its guests a lot to see and enjoy; it not offers a unique scenic beauty, but also a look into the nostalgia of historic Spanish machismo and pride. The erstwhile national sport of Spain, bullfighting, finds a beautiful expression in Ronda, Spain in an entire museum dedicated to it as well as a stadium. The following is alist of the must-see places in Ronda, Spain:
- Plaza de Toros, Ronda - the bullfighting arena
- El Tajo, Ronda - the river canyon
- La Ciudad, Ronda - the old city
- Plaza de Blas Infante, Ronda - Tourist center
- Plaza de Espana, Ronda - Tourist center
- Mondragon Palace, Ronda - Castle
- Museo del Vino de Ronda, Ronda - Museum
Accommodations - Ronda, Spain offers a huge range of accommodation year round to fit every budget - in every location, everything from 5 star hotels to rural guest houses, from luxury villas to simple rural cottages.
This is a place where time has decided to listen to its own footsteps passing slowly, leaving a Rip van Winkle atmosphere in the city, allowing Ronda, Spain to live life as it did years ago preserving its youthful vitality(projected in the bullfighting ritual) and yet have its traditional moorings.
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