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How to get to Ronda from Malaga

Ronda is one of the most beautiful cities in the province of Malaga. It is not strange that this rich land is so famous in the world both for its beauty and for having a historical legacy that will make your visit that no detail will be indifferent.

 We are going to make a list of the different means of transport by which you can get to this town. If you are interested, read on!

Where is it located?

Ronda is in the northeast of the province of Malaga, just 100 kilometres from the capital.

Thus, if your starting point is another city such as Seville, Cordoba, or Cadiz, it should be noted that this city is only 150 km from Cadiz, 128 km from Seville and 165 km from Cordoba so you can visit it without any problem.

Bus

One of the means of transport that you can use from Malaga to Ronda is the bus. There are buses that make the journey several times a day. The companies that usually do this route are Los Amarillos, Sierra de las Nieves and CTSA Portillo.

The departure is from Malaga bus station, the journey time is 2 hours 45 minutes, and the price is 12,45€.

Autobus

Train

The national train company RENFE has a multitude of trains running throughout Spain. so it is possible to travel to Ronda by train from Malaga.

This journey departs from the María Zambrano train station and takes an hour and a half. The price ranges from 13 to 39 euros. As for the timetable, there are two departures to Ronda at 7:08 and 18:20.

On the other hand, from Seville there are 4 trains a week whose journey takes 3 hours and 9 minutes, and you can get tickets from 36€. At weekends, the journey is usually longer.

Train

Car

The best way to Ronda is by car. The roads to Ronda are in good condition. If you do not have your own car, you can rent one in Malaga city at very cheap prices. To complete your visit, we recommend Free Tours around the city of Ronda.

Ronda has countless things to do, such as tapas in its bars. In addition, the best season to stroll through the streets of Ronda is undoubtedly autumn and spring, as the weather is less extreme and much more pleasant for strolling through the different viewpoints found in the New Bridge.

Car

Daily excursions to Ronda

Exploring Ronda is possible in just one day with excursions departing from Malaga city to Ronda. Where you can enjoy the history of Al-Andalus, and in this way enjoy its extensive Muslim past. In addition, you can enjoy your trip even more with our guided tours of Ronda, where our guides will tell you all about the history of this town.

To sum up, these excursions will make you never forget the charms of Ronda, as much for its culture as for its monuments where you can visit the Bullring and even the Convent of Santo Domingo, and its incredible gastronomy.

 

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