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Located down from the new bridge and just up from the Roman bridge the Old Bridge is a must see when in Ronda. Lots of history and great views of the gorge off both sides of the bridge Well worth the effort to walk down...More
There seems to be precious little information available about this particular bridge It is not the most majestic, or the oldest, or the smallest of the three bridges that span the Guadalevin river over its course through the Tajo gorge. The oldest bridge is the...More
If you are able to visit Ronda, a modest size but visually spectacular town, be sure to see this, older of two stone bridges (free and open 24/7). Pedestrians only so easy and safe for kids of all ages.
We saw the Old Bridge, or Puente Viejo, on our walk along the gorge that is the iconic feature of Ronda. The Old Bridge was once the main thoroughfare connecting the two parts of this city. The bridge dates back to the early 1600's and...More
a really spectacular and impressive piece of engineering and bridge building. great for a few photos but not for hanging around too long. unfortunately it was absolutely siling down when we were there so didnt get the best of it.
I love this kind of "Moorish" atmosphere and enjoyed it very much. All "attractions" in Ronda seem overpriced to me (5+ euros for churches, etc.), so if you are on a strict budget and not interested in this kind of thing, you could skip.