RONDA GUIDED TOUR
We believe the best way to visit Ronda is this Ronda guided tour, that covers all the main tourist attractions:
The following shows our most popular and comfortable walking itinerary:
the famous raw of balconies facing the cliff at the Alameda's gardens show the outstanding scenery of the Serranía de Ronda, which was an important crossroads for Romans, Moors and even the Neolithic people. The "toreros" promenade will get us to the Puente Nuevo, Spanish for the "New Bridge" today's icon of Ronda. We'll visit both sides viewpoints to get the best views of this iconic bridge spanning the Ronda's gorge, known as "El Tajo", or canyon, which was carved by the Guadalevín river. From here we'll know about the so-called moorish palace, the so-called Roman bridge and the Sierra de las Nieves. We'll walk along the narrow streets of the white old city of Ronda and pass by the Don Bosco House, the Mondragón palace-museum and the moorish quarter where the Santa María La Mayor church stands today. Orange trees, the endemic Spanish Fir (pinsapo) and the cork will draw our attention here as we continue towards Ronda's famous bullring (plaza de toros), that we'll visit on request.
At your choice, for example:
- at your hotel entrance
- at the bus station
- at the bull's statue in front of the bullring
FAMILIES AND COUPLES
The fare for this private walking tour is 90 €, 5 people max.
GROUPS AND TRAVEL AGENCIES
120 € + VAT for groups till 30 pax. For larger groups we will be two tourist guides.
You will choose wheter we visit one or two of the Ronda's monuments or we stick with a panoramic tour. The tickets for these go separately:
- Bullring: 8 € - grups (> 15 pax) 7 €. Official website of the RMCR
- Santa María la Mayor Church: 4,5 € - groups 3 €
- Don Bosco House: 2,5 € - groups (> 6 pax) 2 €
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The guided tour of Ronda takes some 2-2,5 hours.
RONDA BY NIGHT TOO?
Sure, you can ask for a guided city tour at night. This is actually a great idea if you want to enjoy the stillness and the essence of Ronda, not to mention the opportinity to take stunning picures.
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Álvaro is proud to be an official tourist guide in Andalusia. Only chartered official tourist guides are allowed to guided tours in Spain. You can tell andalusian tourist guides apart by their green card -as shown on the link above-. Please do not to trust free walking tours or fake guides not showing a visible green card, they can't offer you a quality service and, even more, will likely be stopped by the Police.