Ronda is one of Spain’s most picturesque cities and a destination that many people dream of visiting. Many visitors flock to Ronda to see the views, while others come to enjoy the rich bullfighting history in one of the country’s oldest bullfighting rings. Although it is a bit off the beaten path, this only adds to the allure of Ronda. Whatever your reason for wanting to visit Ronda, planning a trip doesn’t have to be difficult if you have the right resources.
In this Ronda Spain Travel Vlog, I will provide you with all of the information you need to plan a trip to this fantastic city. With this guide in hand, you will be able to determine the best time to plan your trip, know what type of transportation to take to get to Ronda, where to stay when you visit Ronda, and what top attractions in Ronda you should see.
Because of its rich culture and breathtaking historical sites, creating a Córdoba travel guide was one of the easiest and most satisfying projects I have undertaken as a travel blogger. Once referred to as the “Constantinople of the Occident” and “Pearl of Moorish Spain” in because of its blend of different cultures who have, throughout its history peacefully coexisted, the beautiful city of Córdoba is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain. While the city is no longer one of the largest in the world, it is still one of the most culturally diverse cities in Europe.
Even though the name “Madrid” might be over 2,200 years old, the city of Madrid has only been the capital city of Spain since the 16th Century. In the time between then and now, Madrid has grown to not only be the largest city in Spain, it is also the third largest city in the European Union. In addition to being one of the largest of Europe’s cities, it is also the continent’s suniest. There are more days of sunshine in Madrid than any place else in Europe. Madrid is also considered to be one of the cultural capitals of the European Union. This would explain why the city is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, if not the whole world.
The city of Seville in Southern Spain is well-known to most travelers for its incredible beauty, but many travelers are unaware of the deep historical and cultural significance of this amazing town. For instance, if you ask I am sure that most travelers wouldn’t know that Seville is the birthplace of Spanish Tapas, the final resting place of the famed explorer Christopher Columbus, and the location where many of Hollywood’s most infamous movies were filmed. These are just some of the many reasons why the city of Seville continues to be one of Spain’s best kept secrets.
If you are traveling to Spain from outside of the country, you should be aware of the passport, VISA, and immunization requirements before planning your travel. If you do not meet the requirements, you will be denied entry into Spain. This is not something that I would wait until the last minute to take care of as you might not have enough time to sort out any issues at the last minute should you run into them.
If you are looking for that quintessential Spanish fairytale experience, then look no further than the city of Ronda in Spain’s Malaga province. This mountaintop city, which is built-up on the precipice of a deep gorge, looks like it was conjured up from the mind of one of this world’s greatest storytellers. It really is that beautiful and unique.
While this fabulous city may not have been imagined up by a great storyteller, it has attracted some of this world’s most creative minds. In fact, both Olson Wells and Ernest Hemingway spent some significant time in this city of dreams throughout their lives. According to Hemingway, “Ronda is the place where to go, if you are planning to travel to Spain for a honeymoon or for being with a girlfriend. The whole city and its surroundings are a romantic set.”
From Valencia’s many old churches, to the ultra-modern L’Oceanogràfic, to the historic Torres de Quart, and the wonderful market, we have you covered.
Established as a Roman colony all the way back in 138 BC, the name Valencia translates to mean “valor”, as in bravery and strength. Today, as Spain’s third-largest city with some of Europe’s most iconic beaches, Valencia has become one of Europe’s most popular beach vacation destinations. If you are looking for a spot in Europe to escape the hustle-and-bustle of everyday life and hit the beach, then Valencia is a popular option. With hot summers, mild winters, soft sand beaches, and rich food culture, Valencia is a tourist magnet for vacationers in Europe and worldwide.
There are few cities in Europe, if not the world, that seems as magical as the city of Barcelona in Spain. Rumored to have been established over 400 years ago by none other than Hercules, Barcelona has been home to its fair share of larger-than-life figures throughout its history. Arguably one of the city’s most famous residents in its history was Antoni Gaudí, whose architecture can be found throughout the city and is world-renown for its unique style and beauty. Arguably the most famous of his buildings is the infamous Sagrada Familia church, which has the distinction of being under construction for longer than it took to build the Great Pyramids of Giza. In fact, the church is still under construction to this day.