Your trip may be getting closer and you will soon be enjoying its romantic landscapes, a must on your visit to Southern Spain. If you still don’t know how to get there, we’ll give you some simple tips to make it easier and to adapt it to your economic possibilities.
Malaga is about 100 kilometres from Ronda. Moving by train is the most comfortable, fast and economical option, as it costs 12 euros. The first train leaves at 07.08, and the last one at 18.20 from Málaga. Leaving from María Zambrano Station (Málaga), the journey takes approximately 2 hours and a half, with a daily frequency. The journey ends at Ronda train station, about 15 minutes walk from the city centre. It is also possible to go by bus, with a price of 10 euros. The journey takes 2 hours, and ends at Ronda’s bus Station, about 10 minutes walk from the historic centre. Any of the options is ideal, as the connections are continuous and varied to make the most of the land of monuments and bandits.
Moving from Seville is a little more complex, since there is no direct train to Ronda, but one that from the Santa Justa train station passes through Cordoba, until it reaches Ronda. This trip, with a transfer included, lasts 3 hours and a half, and its cost varies between 25 and 50 euros. Therefore, the best way to travel from Seville is by bus. The duration is 2.15 hours and costs between 10 – 20 euros. Another very fashionable option is to share a car, a fast and economical option, as its prices range from 6 – 8 euros.
When we arrive in Ronda we find the train station, the bus station and the taxi rank in less than 500 meters. From this point we can reach the city centre by taxi or bus. Here is a brief guide on how to get around in Ronda by public transport.
The city has 3 regular bus lines operating 365 days a year, linking the population centres with the main shopping, business and leisure centres.
We can access the buses and pay in cash directly to the driver. The single ticket costs 1 euro, although they make a discount with the accreditation of pensioner or student.
From 08.10 to 20.05, line 1 is in operation, with a frequency of 10 minutes. This line runs along the main communication artery of Ronda.
Line 1 has 16 stops, which cover the main commercial, monumental and leisure area of the city. It has a stop at the intercity bus station at Plaza Concepción García Redondo, shuttle bus from Malaga, Seville, Cadiz, among others.
Ronda has its own network of taxis, which is why we can find the services in the different centres of interest in the city. The offer in Ronda is very varied, since besides moving around the city, they have tour-taxi service.
The fare will depend on the timetables. The kilometer per day is 1.94 euros, and the kilometer per night is 2.91 euros. The total fare to be paid cannot be less than 6.40 euros.
The best idea is to ask for a previous reservation of the service, but we can consult for the service in any taxi stop.
This service is a visit to the most emblematic places in the area, with the best excursions to suit your client, the places we want to visit, the speed at which we want, the stop to take pictures, and the most appropriate for the unforgettable photos of our trip.
*All the prices indicated correspond to the 2020 rates
Another way to get closer to the heart of Ronda is to visit it by horse-drawn carriage. The duration is 30 minutes, but it will show us a cozy walk that will make us enjoy its landscapes, its cypresses, its palaces and monuments. The tour starts at Paseo Blas Infante, next to the bullring, and will travel through the historical and modern Ronda.