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Private Full-Day Tour of Ronda from Marbella
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Roman Bridge is actually the Arab Bridge. It is right under the "old bridge" and that is the best vantage point to see the "Roman Bridge" (and vice versa). It is a lovely walk under the walls (and rather easy) from the far end...More

Thank stonewithnomoss
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is one of the three bridges in Ronda and explains the history of settlement of the area. Such a well preserved and still used example was good to see first hand. A good inclusion among the other historical aspects.

Thank Jeff H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We saw this bridge from another bridge higher up on the cliffs. It's a fine bridge and I'm sure it's got a lot of architectural interest but unless you're spending more than one day in Ronda, or are a student of Roman architecture, I strongly...More

Thank dskid
Reviewed 3 December 2017

The bridge may describe itself as a Roman bridge but it is just a bridge after all. Yes we walked around Ronda and saw the bridge but it wasn't a highlight as it was of course low down and Ronda is all about the heights....More

Thank SteveDeb1971
Reviewed 11 November 2017

when you are done with el castillo del rey moro keep walking down until you reach it it gives a great terrace view of the castilo and also the countryside scenery with a view down on the river the floats within the city.

Thank Doaa H
Reviewed 10 November 2017

The bridge is pleasant to look at but not anything special. Walking around the area and the few ruins near was fun.

Thank ljcjbj
Reviewed 25 October 2017

The first bridge across the river was built by the Romans. What you see here has been built on the roman foundation. Pretty remarkable that it was so well built it is still in use today.

Thank phat_dawg_21
Reviewed 9 October 2017

REBuilt on Roman footings this little bridge and its associated town walls and gates shows the mixed heritage of Spain well and is worth the walk down to this little reminder of the influences that make up Spain.

Thank Herbsteraged
Reviewed 3 October 2017

Free to look around and get a sense of what life was like under those Moors. The Arab baths are right there, and this was the old entry to the city. It is more impressive from this vantage point than the New Bridge- but then...More

Thank Hugh M
Reviewed 18 September 2017

This is a great place right outside the main area of Ronda. Beautiful views and very interesting history of this Roman time period. It's well worth traveling to visit. We drove from Seville to Marbella and spent the day in Ronda touring the bridge, taking...More

Thank armstrongfamily233
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