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Ronda, beautiful landscapes, impressive heritage, you will love it!

Ronda is a city located in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, in southern Spain. It is a part of the Malaga’s province. Ronda towers 170 m above the Gaudalevín river in a majestic montainous landscape.

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Ronda has various interests for every visitors. The cultural heritage is very important, presenting various architectures of the peoples that built the city along its long history.

Visit the Pileta’s cave dating back to the Paleolithic’s period, go on the 13th century arab walls or admire the valley from the New bridge built during the 18th century. The city of Ronda is also known to be the capital of bullfighting. The Ronda’s bullring was built at the end of the 18th century and is the oldest one in Andalusia. Ronda also offers unforgettable festivals, like the fair of Pedro Romero each 8th, 9th and 10th of September.

And everything takes place in an idyllic landscape...

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    Lovely way to travel | Robert u. | 2014/10/27
    "Travelling on high speed trains is a fabulous easy way to get around Spain. Checkin is easy, security quick and seats comfortable It would bed good to have a seat map available so you can choose your seats however. On a couple of our journeys, we had no window at our seat which we were disappointed with "