FREE TOUR RONDA
The best option to discover the city in an economical way.
What does the Ronda Free Tour consist of?
Possibly your best option to get to know Ronda in a fun and authentic way.
A moment of culture and fun for everyone.
Enjoy your free tour in Ronda as a couple, with friends or in a group!
Free tours of Ronda are the perfect excuse to take some time to learn more about Spain’s cultural heritage.
Ronda free tours are free tours organized by guides who show the most emblematic tourist sites of a town or city. These tours are usually done on foot.
While there are several options and types of free tours in Spain, most are usually tours that include approximately 10 to 12 people. and last between 1 and 3 hours depending on the planned itinerary.
In any case, always check the detailed information we provide to know all the details of your free tour: schedules, cancellation policy, meeting point and all the information you need to make the most of your experience without having to worry about anything.
What to see and do in Ronda?
is a Spanish city and municipality located in the province of Malaga, Andalusia. The city is located about 740 meters above sea level, in a valley surrounded by mountains, which has earned it the nickname “La Ciudad Soberbia” (the proud city).
was founded by the Roman general Pompey in the town of Acinipo in 74 B.C., being the first Latin-speaking town outside Italy.
The Mondragon Palace in
Ronda, Spain, is a former stately residence of the 18th century located in the upper part of the city. The palace was built by the Duke of Mondragon and has a very interesting history. The location of the palace is perfect, as it is close to many historical and touristic places of Ronda.
Royal Maestranza Bullring
The Bullring of the Real Maestranza de Caballería de Ronda.
is located in the Spanish city of
in the province of Malaga. It was built in 1784 and is considered one of the oldest squares in Spain. The plaza has a capacity for 14,000 spectators and has 48 windows (24 on each side). The sand in the square is made of red earth, which gives the square a unique appearance.
The Square of the Duchess of Parcent
The Plaza de la Duquesa de Parcent was built in the 18th century by order of the Duke of Parcent, José Pimentel. The objective was to create a public space for residents to gather and enjoy the good weather. In the center of the square there is a fountain decorated with floral motifs. The square is surrounded by historic buildings, such as the Mondragon Palace, the
(16th century), the
(18th century) and the
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
We will find ourselves in front of the
church of Nuestra Señora de la Merced
. From this central location, we will begin our free free tour around Ronda, walking along the Paseo de Ernest Hemingway. Why is there a sculpture in honor of the American writer in this area?
In our free visit to this beautiful city of Malaga, we will approach the impressive New Bridge for spectacular views of the
views of the Tajo de Ronda
and of the emblematic balconies of the
located in a gorge that has more than 150 meters deep.
Our free tour of Ronda will take us to visit some of the city’s must-see places, such as the stately houses of the stately houses of Tenorio streetstreet, the House of Don Bosco or the Plaza de María Auxiliadora. In the latter, we can enjoy the views of the city from the viewpoint El Campillo.
As we walk through the old town of Ronda, we will admire the vestiges that Celts, Phoenicians, Romans and Arabs left in the city. We will evoke past times by visiting the Mondragón Palace, one of the most visited buildings in Ronda, which also houses the Municipal Museum.
Our steps will lead us to the
Plaza de la Duquesa de Parcent
famous for housing four different churches: Santa María de la Encarnación, Santa Isabel de los Ángeles, La Caridad and María Auxiliadora.
In this free tour we will also visit the Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Ronda. Besides being one of the oldest in Spain, it is considered the birthplace of traditional bullfighting.
We will end the free guided tour in the surroundings of the central Plaza de España.
The meeting point will be at the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Merced Ronda. The approximate duration is one hour and a half.