Ronda Skyline

Free Walking Tour Ronda

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You will receive the full meeting point details and a map after you finalize your booking, in a confirmation email.
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Yes, it's necessary to book your Free Tour in order to receive the full meeting point details via email on time. This helps ensure an enjoyable experience and good coordination between guides and tour guests. Booking is free, quick, and easy!
Can I contact my guide?
Yes, you will be able to message your guide with any questions that you might have after making a reservation, up until the start of the tour.
Can I make a booking for a larger group?
Maybe! In order to keep the group sizes manageable, each guide sets their own limit of guests per booking and departure. Choose the Free Tour you want to book, select the number of people in your group, and see if there are any departures available that suit your needs.
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Free Tours Ronda

Duration: 1.5 Hours
Next Tour: Today, 12:00

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Best Free Tours in Ronda

Any trip to the sunny Costa del Sol in Spain deserves a one day or even multi-day detour to visit one of the most dramatic cities in Andalusia: Ronda. Known to be one of the oldest towns in Spain, Celtic, Phoenician, Roman, Moorish, and Cristian cultures left their mark on Ronda. With so much to discover and so many amazing panoramic views to take in, most tourists join Free Walking Tours in Ronda to make the best of their trip in the shortest time. The top-rated walk is the Essential Free Tour of Ronda—an easy walk at a reasonable pace led by a local guide that covers all the most important highlights, interesting cultural information, and secret spots you’d never find on your own, even with Google Maps! There is also the Free Tour of Ronda by Night, where you will see the city in a new light, while listening to spooky stories! Book in advance and come share a wonderful day in Ronda.

Highlights of a Free Tour in Ronda

Have you seen pictures of the dramatic New Bridge of Ronda bravely straddling the El Tajo Gorge? The pictures, no matter how spectacular, cannot make justice to the thrilling sensations that will grip you while crossing this 1793 wonder of engineering with Free Tours in Ronda. The iconic New Bridge connects the Old and New Quarters of Ronda… but don’t be fooled by the name, the “New” Quarter was built around the 15th century! Beyond jaw-dropping views from different viewpoints, Ronda’s highlights include two even more ancient bridges and one of the most beautiful bullrings of Spain, built in serene Neoclassical style and which is still used to stage bullfights. Some other must-see tourist landmarks are the Arab Baths, the House of the Moorish King, the Palace of Margarita de Austria, the Alcazaba, the San Sebastian Minaret, the Municipal Museum of Archaeology, and the winding streets of what once was Ronda’s Arab medina.

Things to Do in Ronda

Captivated by Ronda’s awe-inspiring views and the bullfighting culture, the Nobel Prize winner Ernest Hemingway fell in love with the town and immortalized it in one of his most notable works of fiction. And you will understand why the minute you set your eyes on this breathtaking town! Beyond dazzling views and historical landmarks, Ronda is the birthplace of modern bullfighting. In fact, there are still several Goyaesque bullfights shows with trained horses happening every summer. Outdoorsy travellers will be thrilled to take day excursions to explore the surroundings of Ronda. There are amazing hiking and swimming opportunities near Cueva del Gato and Cueva del Hundidero. And if you love wine, then you should know that the rugged scenery around Ronda (Serrania de Ronda) has been used for wine-making since Roman times. There are many wineries hosting wine tastings where you can discover the famous reds from the region.

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