ADD TO LISTRonda is a small, but impressive Andalusian town that is located in a spectacular setting that is divided in two by a deep ravine (El Tajo). This is spanned by several bridges, including the impressive 18th century Puente Nuevo (New Bridge), which is 210 feet long and 360 feet deep. Ronda’s old walled town is quite picturesque with its crooked, narrow streets and historic buildings.
Ronda is also considered to be the birthplace of modern bullfighting – home to Francisco Romero, who developed the rules of bullfighting during the 18th century. The 18th century Plaza de Toros bullring could hold up to 6,000 spectators and is one of the most beautiful in Spain. It is rarely used today, but you can catch fights there annually.
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Ronda is located in Andalusia in southern
Ronda is a beautiful place to visit while in Andalucia's region of Spain. Been there for half of the day, could have stayed for more, unfortunately did not have enough time to. Loads of things to see including incredible bridge, The Bullring, Alcazaba, loads of little museums and places to eat. Just wonderful historical place. If you are checking pictures on GoogleMap, seems noone did bother to put decent pictures of the place, as it is actually magnificent. Not sure about nightlife there though, an educational daytrip to Ronda was perfect.
Go see Ronda! it's a small, rather cold city in the mountains of suthern Spain where you can wander along the streets and visit the arabian baths, the cave and of course get a great view of the magnificent bridge and all other things. Ronda also has shopping opportunities and a lovely park
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