An Escapade to Ronda – Part 2

We do have an adventurous life or certainly not a boring one. Last week, Lars and I unexpectedly stayed in Nerja and Torrox, but without a laptop, hence no work on the website. We did see some new sights though (of course), tasted new food and took lots of pictures. But more about that in another post. Anyway, if you thought we were moving again, you were wrong.

Back to our escapade in Ronda. After a good night’s sleep, it was time for some sightseeing. And we didn’t have to go far; we only had to cross the street.

The first thing we visited was the bullring. You need to pay 8 euros as an entrance fee and they only accept cash. This is the oldest bullring in Spain and if you are interested in the history of bullfighting the museum is really worth a visit.

We found the bullring to be very impressive; it was a lot bigger than we had expected. I actually would like to see some bullfighting one day, but Lars isn’t a big fan.

If you want more information about this site, check out this website. As I said before, Lars and I visited Ronda in the month of Octobre and there were a lot more tourists than we had expected. Book your hotel in advance!

If you have been to Ronda before, you probably know what the final part of this post is dedicated to. If not, stay tuned! I am not sure when I will blog again: we are still waiting for our new car to be repaired and as soon as that is the case, we will be on the road again.

3 Comments

  • pedmar10 April 15, 2019 at 7:04 pm

    Ronda is the historical Cathedral of bullfight but now the best are done in Madrid ::) more money. Cheers

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  • cbholganza April 19, 2019 at 10:28 pm

    nice pics!

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