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We visited this palace at the end of the day and the lighting was gorgeous! We didn’t have enough time to enjoy it because they were ready to close, but it was worth the visit!
The views are amazing and the building itself is very...More
It took me ages to find this museum even though it looked so prominent on the map. The building has a beautiful outlook, but what I really liked was the content of the museum. It starts with prehistory, and has a good account of the...More
In an old palace (large house), this compact museum sets out the history of the area in an imaginative way that is attractive both to children and adults. The garden and terraces provide excellent views of the surrounding countryside.
Now an archaeological museum, which gives some of the early history of Ronda, for me this was worth seeing because of the building, a remnant of the palace of the Moorish ruler Abbel Mallek, or Abomelic, son of the king of Morocco. Here there are...More
This palace is located at the edge of Ronda on one of its cliffs. The views from the garden feature the gorge, the Tajos River, the hills, and the valleys stretching as far as you can see. The history of the palace is interesting, the...More
Was looking forward to visiting this location since it is advertised as the museum of Ronda. The building was interesting and the views good, however most of the rooms that should have had exhibits were empty ' renovation' I was told. No mention of the...More
Beautiful museum - the architecture itself has history. Compared to other history museums, the history content itself might not have been as capturing, but I am still glad I visited Palacio de Mondragon.
And once you get to one side of the museum, you will...More