Ronda is a town in the mountains of the Malaga Province in Andalusia. The town's most famous feature is the bridge (Puente Nuevo) that spans the Tajo Canyon.
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Babia Backpackers is the best place to stay when you visit Ronda. It is one of the cheapest hostels in the city, but has the best view of whole Ronda. From the balcony you see the bridge and it is absolutely amazing. Next to that the rooms are clean and good and the people are very nice. For this money it realy is a good place to stay. ... more
Friendly staff, clean, good location just a few minutes walk to the centre. Lots of books on walks in the area, etc. Free wifi in room was a bit sporadic but otherwise a great stay and great value. ... more
how could i get to Ronda
Hi I am going to Ronda from Malaga or Seville. But i could not find the public transport information as Bus or train ( i found this line is not mentioned on any bus company's website) . Could you help? What is your suggestion? Thanks ...
Play duplicate bridge in Paris?
I'm going to Paris next week--did you find a duplicate bridge game in Paris--can you give ma any information at all on how to find a game there? Thanks, Ronda ...
hi we are planning to tour andalucia in may flying into seville.i have booked a room for the first 2 nights.would it be best to then go to cordoba-granada-malaga-then ronda-jerez then back to seville for flight OR seville-down to jerez-back to seville then cordoba-grananda-malaga- ronda then back ...
The Great Divide
So early the next morning we were off to Ronda, a small city that Josh was very excited to see and I was reluctant to go to. The city is situated on a huge gorge that divides the city into upper ...
Posted in Trippin thru Europe by sarahskill
We Took a train from Granada south and west to Ronda. Ronda is a small city in a rural area, and is famous for it's bridge - Puente Nuevo (or New Bridge). We stayed right in the old city at Hotel Ronda. In Ronda we went into an old Arab bathhouse, and down into an abandoned mine which was also used as a fort ...
Posted in Our 2010 Europe trip by CJTaylor