A city with tons of history and streets begging you to wander
Ronda's origins go as far back as prehistory, and it's been in the hands of the Visigoths, Romans, Arabs, and Christians. The Tajo and Puente Nuevo are impressive, while the Interpretative Center was a bit dull for my tastes. It's worthwhile to hike down to the bottom to see the city from a different angle, although you should take care to wear proper footwear and be weary of slipping. Then you can stroll through the streets to the old stables which will surely transport you back in time. There are lots of museums and churches, and of course you must visit the late 18th century bullring famous for the Goyesca bullfights held there.