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Ronda Town Hall

Ronda Town Hall: Our most recommended tours and activities

Ronda: Sightseeing Walking Tour

1. Ronda: Sightseeing Walking Tour

Explore the old and new parts of the city of Ronda with your expert guide and a small group on this 1.5-hour walking tour.   Start your tour in the modern area of Ronda, where you’ll meet your guide and group at Plaza España. Cross the New Bridge, built in the 18th century, which spans the 120-meter gorge going through Ronda. This is one of three impressive bridges that connect the two parts of the city: the old and romantic side with the modern and expansive side. Then, wander along the edge of high cliffs overlooking the fertile countryside that surrounds the city.   Take a stroll through the Arabic Quarter of the Historical City Center and admire the Moorish architecture that still stands. You’ll continue up the cobblestone streets to the Collegiate Church and Town Hall, all while listening to stories, legends, and important facts about this city from your local guide.   Your last stop will be the birthplace of bullfighting, Plaza de Toros. This ring has staged some of the most important events in bullfighting history.

From Seville: Ronda and Setenil de Las Bodegas Private Tour

2. From Seville: Ronda and Setenil de Las Bodegas Private Tour

Travel from Seville to the white Andalusian village of Setenil de Las Bodegas to see the unique houses built into rock over-hangings. Take a two hour tour of the town of Rhonda and marvel at the 18th-century Puente Nuevo bridge. Be picked up from your accommodation in Seville. Stop at the white Andalusian village of Setenil de Las Bodegas. Head to the picturesque town of Ronda which is famous for its river gorge known as El Tajo. See the Puente Nuevo bridge which spans the gorge. Tour the historic old town for two hours with a private guide. Start your walking tour at the town square, known as Plaza de España. Finish at Plaza de Toros Maestranza, which is one of the oldest bullrings in Spain. Have some free time to explore Ronda. Purchase lunch at a nice local restaurant or do some shopping before returning to Seville.

Marbella: Sightseeing Walking Tour

3. Marbella: Sightseeing Walking Tour

Explore the most fascinating parts of the city of Marbella with your local guide in a small group. On this 1.5-hour tour, see a variety of sights from natural to architectural as your guide shares with you stories, legends, and important facts about the town.   Meet at Rocío fountain at Almeda Park and get to know your guide and group. Then, head off to discover the first green spot in the city, the permanent exhibition of the bronze statues of Dali, the Seaport, and the Marina promenade.   Then, head to the old city to see its main civil buildings. These include the Town Hall and Mayor’s House, both of which were built in the 16th century. See military structures, including the remains of the Arab walls that once protected the city. Admire the 17th century church and its hermitages and niches.

From Marbella or Estepona: Ronda, Bullring, & Baths Day Trip

4. From Marbella or Estepona: Ronda, Bullring, & Baths Day Trip

Discover the majesty of the city of Ronda on this day trip from Marbella or Estepona. Walk through a bullring in the city where the sport first began. See stunning tile work at the house of Don Bosco and the 13th-century Arabic bathhouses. Be picked up from your accommodation in Marbella or Estepona. Sit back and relax in a comfortable vehicle on the drive to the city of Ronda which is situated on top of a hill and cut by the 100-meter deep Tajo de Ronda gorge that was carved by the Guadalevín river. Travel to the historic part of the city which was once inhabited by the Celts, Romans, and Moors. Uncover the history of the city as you see monuments in the historic center like the town hall. Visit the an 18th century bullring which houses a museum and is home to the oldest Royal Horsemanship order in Spain. Enter the modernist palace at the house of Don Bosco which is known for its known for its Arab and regional ceramics. Admire the arches at the ruins of the Arab Baths. Spend some free time exploring the city where you can get some lunch or look for souvenirs at local shops and boutiques. Travel back to your accommodation in Marbella or Estepona.

Seville: Private Walking Tour with Local Guide

5. Seville: Private Walking Tour with Local Guide

"Sevilla tiene un color especial" iconic song by local group Los del Rio is more than accurate to describe a first impression someone can have of this stunning city! That's the colour to capture in this welcoming walking tour through the cobblestone streets with a local architect living in the heart of Seville's historic centre. In 90 minutes approx. you will explore can't-miss attractions such as the city's Monumental area, the Guadalquivir riverfront, and unique historic open spaces. After the end of the sightseeing tour you will be able to orientate yourself in the city's urban labyrinth and be an autonomous visitor to enjoy in an optimal way your stay! The itinerary includes the following sites: * Seville´s Town Hall, meeting & ending point just in front (center of Plaza Nueva sq.) * San Francisco sq. & Constitution Avenue, walk through * Puerta Jerez sq., pass by * Golden Tower, photo stop by the Guadalquivir river with view towards the Triana quarter and bridge, & the Victoria ship (first one to successfully circumnavigate the earth) * Opera, pass by * Historic Hotel Alfonso XIII, pass by * Unesco World Heritage area (Alcazar Walls & Entrance, Cathedral & Giralda bell tower), enjoy their exteriors * Santa Cruz district, walk through * Old Mosque's Gate, photo stop Feel free to ask me for any recommendations for extra activities in Seville (local culinary delights, great restaurants, cultural agenda, flamenco shows, boat tours etc. ) tested previously always personally by me. Elaborate with my guidance your must-do list adapted to your interests, bearing in mind also the best moment for each experience.

Costa del Sol: Private Tour to Marbella

6. Costa del Sol: Private Tour to Marbella

First, you will discover the first green spot built in the city before exploring its old town. Stroll along its narrow streets visiting its main square, civil buildings (the Town Hall and the Mayor House – both built in the 16th century), its 17th-century church, its 16th and 17th century Hermitages, its niches, and the remains of the Arab walls. All while listening to stories, legends and important facts about this beautiful city with the help of the guide. You will then wander along Alameda Park and Mar Avenue where a permanent exhibition of bronze statues of Salvador Dali are displayed. Next you can admire the seaport and its lovely promenade while learning about our culture and traditions. At the end of the visit, you will go back to the departing point.

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What people are saying about Ronda Town Hall

Easygoing tour guide who provided us with lots of history and cultural information about Ronda. We got to visit lots of beautiful viewpoints of the Puente Nuevo bridge. I wish we could have visited at least one of the monuments in the city during the tour.

This was a brilliant tour covering all the important churches, buildings, the Cathedral, Alcazabar etc. Eduardo our guide was really knowledgable and passionate and was fantastic! Absolutely recommend this tour!

Rocia is a spontaneous woman, who can tell passionately about old town Marbella! The history and places she showed us was very captivating! Very nice to discover this place! Highly recommended!

Despite the rain, we had a very enjoyable tour with Antonio. The only reason for losing a star in our review was the lack of entry to at least 1 attraction in Ronda.

Alicia was a delight. Sweet, knowledgeable and adapted to our group perfectly.