Plaza de Toros
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPlaza de Toros Ronda
Great little hotel. Clean rooms, very friendly staff. Most of the sights are an easy walk from the hotel. Perfect for a few days in Ronda!
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At the Granada train station, we boarded the bus (yes, the bus), arriving 1.5 hours later at a massive ultra-modern train station in the middle of nowhere. Here we waited for a train from somewhere that was running late. One hour later we arrived in Ronda, in the White Hills of Andalucía. Being forward thinking, I marched down the street to purchase bus tickets for our trip the next day to Arcos de la Fronterra. (Given that there was only one bus the ...
... of Ronda is separated by a "new bridge" and an older one to the east as well as the one featured on all the posters. We stayed in the old part of Ronda where there are narrow streets and cobblestones. To see the new bridge, we walked down a path where we could take pictures. It's quite the climb down and then up! Following the tour guide we then went into the Ronda museum. It's amazing to us that Spain would allow Chris, a ...
Ronda is one of those places like Granada rediscovered by
and popularized by writers of the Romantic era and onwards. Ronda even holds a
significant place in Ernest Hemingway’s “For Whom the Bell Tolls” where in the
early years of the Spanish Civil War the “fascists” in a small town in southern
Spain were rounded up in the Ayutamiento, made to walk the gauntlet of
townspeople as they were clubbed, and then thrown off a cliff, a few ...
... office that most of the Asian tourist are South Koreans, with Japanese way behind them, in numbers. They seem to make up the most people in the tourist base. I am hoping that I will be able post 5 photos. I will be here through Sunday. On Sunday I want to walk down into the valley so I can get some photos looking up to Ronda maybe that way you will be able to get more of a feel of how dramatic the landscape is. For now, Adventure Barbie ...
... the narrow gorge, before the 4th century, then the second one, Viejo Bridge was built by 1616, and the third the Puente Nuevo, from 1751. It took 42years and the deaths of 50 workers to build. It is 120metres from the bottom of the ravine to the top of the New Bridge. This is why so many people visit this town, it would have been a huge undertaking. At night they light it up for all to see. Did they have it lit while we were there? No!