3. Private tour in Ronda
After meeting up at la Merced Square, we'll start our private tour; firstly, walking to the Alameda del Tajo, the main park in Ronda to talk about bullfighting and to see beautiful views of the mountains. Next, we will continue to Paseo de Ernest Hemingway. Do you know why there's a statue in honour of the American author here? We will be outside the bullring, one of the oldest in Spain and considered to be the birthplace of traditional bullfighting. On our guided tour around this beautiful town, we'll make our way to the breathtaking Puente Nuevo (New Bridge), with wonderful views of the gorge and of the emblematic balconies of the hanging houses. While we walk around the old town of Ronda, we'll admire the marks left on the town by the Celts, Phoenicians, Romans and Moors over the years. Plus, we'll step back in time as we see the Mondragón Palace, one of the most visited buildings in Ronda, which is also home to the Local Museum. Our tour will also take you past the Plaza de la Duquesa de Parcent, a square famous for having the biggest church in Ronda and the place for the town hall. Finally, we will go back but not without stopping to see an important virgin for people who live in Ronda. Would you like to know who is she? We'll finish the tour at Spain Square, a central place in Ronda.