Go down to the old bridge through the viewing park, and then back up past the palace. A great route to take.
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The old and new bridges are very close together. They are both magnificent pieces of architectural engineering
All about Ronda is amazing ... city with new and old bridge ... the best to do route around the attractions centralizing city bridges ... it's so amazing how Arabs harmonised building structures with gardens ... amazing place ...worth to see ... more parking available...More
nice little bridge to view but nothing compared to the the main bridge, however, the walk down allows for some good photo opportunities
An absolute must on a trip to Spain, but try to avoid the summer months when temperatures soar above 40 celcius. And wear a hat! Also make sure you have two days to explore the streets of the old city. Fabulous
On Calle Real (Royal Street) this single-arch bridge has the moniker Old Bridge, though Roman Bridge is older, and New Bridge replaced an earlier version of a single-arch bridge collapsed with a score of years after construction. Old Bridge was constructed in the 1400s, about...More
A lovely old stone bridge that falos in the shadow of the 'new' bridge. Walked over & provides some nice photo opportunities including of tge view arab bridge & remnants. Joins old & new city & joins with steps along the river on the new...More
On this old Roman bridge I had so a wonderful view in a devilish deep and over the beautiful immens country, a highlight of the excursion.