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Ronda: Audio Guide Walking Tour with Puente Nuevo and Viejo

1. Ronda: Audio Guide Walking Tour with Puente Nuevo and Viejo

Discover the town that cured German poet Rainer Maria Rilke’s writer’s block. “I have searched everywhere for the ‘city of dreams,” he wrote, “and found it here, in Ronda”. Take in the same sights that inspired him on this walking tour from the Lady Goyesca Statue in the Alameda del Tajo garden, over the world-famous Puente Nuevo de Ronda to the old town and back. On the way, you’ll pass two breathtaking lookout points, the Mirador de Ronda and the Mirador de Aldehuela. As we leave the new town behind us and enter the old, you’ll visit Ronda’s former border at the top of Puerta de Almocábar, and quake in the boots of history’s soldiers as you imagine approaching armies. From there you’ll follow the old defensive wall to the Arab Baths and the Puente Viejo bridge, before making your way back over Puente Nuevo. The tour ends in front of Plaza de Toros, the Bullring of the Royal Cavalry of Ronda, which was the country’s very first. On this tour, you can also look forward to: • Hearing about Centro de Interpretación del Puente Nuevo, the museum housed inside the bridge that was once a prison, a hotel, and even a tapas bar • Listening to traditional Spanish guitar and learning where you can go to hear live concerts • Taking in the Mondrágon palace and hearing about the people who lived there • Standing on the oldest bridge in Ronda • Finding out about La Casa del Rey Moro’s room of secrets and the Moorish Kings’ hidden gold I’ll also provide answers to some intriguing questions like: • What did Blas infante, the father of Spanish nationalism, do in Ronda? • Why is one particular Italian priest famous around here? • Who built Puente Nuevo? • Did Queen Isabella really visit Ronda? • When did the Christian conquerors arrive? • How important is bullfighting in Andalucia? Join me on this 75-minute stroll around one of Spain’s most striking towns, or take as long as you like to enjoy the sweeping views of the El Tajo gorge. By the end of the tour, you’ll be as inspired as Rainer Maria Rilke himself! Music credit: This tour is accompanied by the mesmerizing guitar of Paco Seco, a professional musician who began playing Flamenco at the age of seven. Paco studied flamenco and classical guitar, jazz, world and electronic music, and ethnic percussion. He has composed music for theater and musical productions. A Ronda local, Paco holds regular concerts in the beautiful Casa de Juan Bosco, on the Tajo gorge.

From Tarifa: Setenil de Las Bodegas and Ronda Day Trip

2. From Tarifa: Setenil de Las Bodegas and Ronda Day Trip

After leaving the Tarifa Area, it continues along a panoramic route to San Pedro and up in the mountain with wonderful views. Arrival at Setenil de las Bodegas, one of the most beautiful and original white villages in the province of Cádiz. Take advantage of your free time to enjoy this peculiar town. Visit the houses embedded under the rocks of the cliff and sit down for a coffee. In Ronda, arrive at the bus station before continuing on foot to the incredible views of the New Bridge, which crosses El Tajo of ronda over the Guadalevin River. You will have free time to discover this famous village of Málaga province. Walking through the romantic center of the city, with its churches, mini-palaces and the oldest bullring in Spain, and a lot of offers to to enjoy and explore on your free time at your own pace.

From Cadiz: Ronda, Bullring & Don Bosco House Private Trip

3. From Cadiz: Ronda, Bullring & Don Bosco House Private Trip

Enjoy this tour to Ronda from Cadiz, with your private guide and your vehicle with driver. The private driver will pick you up from your hotel in Cádiz and our official private guide will be waiting for you in Ronda for a 4 hours walking tour. At the end of the tour you will have free time for lunch and walking. If you are in another town in Andalusia, we can also pick you up from any city, as we operate all over Andalusia. The total duration of the Ronda tour from Cadiz is 10 hours. From Tour Travel & More we offer a completely private service, you can also choose the time and place of pick up. Entrance fees are included: La Plaza de Toros and La Casa de Don Bosco. Situated in the middle of the Tajo hill, Ronda was built in the 1st century BC by the Roman emperor Julius Caesar, then conquered by the Moors in the 8th century AD. Today it is the third most visited city in Andalusia. You will enjoy getting to know this magnificent city together with a private official guide, who will be at your disposal for 4 hours in Ronda. During the 17th century a bridge was built linking the old Moorish city with the new city of Ronda. During your private tour, you will be able to see among other monuments the following ones: Three bridges of Ronda: Puente Romano, Puente Viejo and Puente Nuevo. Town Hall The Bullring (Ronda is recognized as the modern city of bullfighting. Entrance to the bullring included in the price of the tour) Ruins of Acinipo (located only 20 km from Ronda, it was the major wine production site of the Roman Empire, the wine produced there was exported to Rome). Casa Don Bosco (modernist house built at the beginning of the 20th century, with Arabic and regional ceramic details, from where you can enjoy a fascinating panoramic view. Entrance included in the tour price) Arab Baths And much more! You will be able to enjoy Ronda in all its splendour and get to know the most emblematic sights of the city. You can check our list of private tours of Cadiz for more tours from Cadiz if you have time.

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What people are saying about Puente Viejo

This audio tour was excellent! The directions were perfect and the information vast. You can take your time, pause if you want and then restart when you are ready. I saw so much. A lot of walking but you have as much time as you wish to take. Well worth it. I saw so much of Ronda and learned much of its history. Highly recommended

I love the concept because it allows us to discover the city, at our own pace and according to our desires. the flexibility offered is wonderful.