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My wife and i were lucky to be booked at the Parador Hotel which is ideally located in the heart of the city, our balcony overlooking the Tagus River ravine and staring at Ronda's iconic Puente Nuevo (New Bridge) and a beautiful view of the...More
As we drove into southern Spain from Portugal the plains became hilly and on the approach to our destination of Ronda, there appeared an enormous gorge. We made our way up to the top of the gorge and were rewarded with a full view of...More
This area is roughly the same as what is called The Old City. It encompasses many of the oldest structures as well as the principal church and several parks.
It is a beautiful place to walk and take in the sights.
We traversed the city in the late evening and then had our best dining experience during our 13 day stay in Spain at Don Miguel. Beside the usual photo opportunities we caught some other great sights. I have included the photos of this charming city...More
In Spanish, “la ciudad” means “the city.” Or in this case, a quaint village of about 35,000. For the purposes of a TripAdvisor review, La Ciudad is ambiguous. TA has a designated attraction called “Old City” but with two bridges connecting the compact cityscape, what’s...More
Drama is what this part of Spain offers. Drama in the spectacular drop below our hotel room and those dark angular mountains and the fabulous vista entering the town. It's literally built on a ridge of the sierra with a gorge spanned by a eye-catching...More
Yes! I recommend calling the ticket office before to set that up. Also one can just pay the extra amount at the ticket office for a private or group guided tour. Just arrive as early as possible! Have a fab time.