The city on the cliff and city has the first bullring in Spain. These two descriptions would be the best fit for Ronda. Sadly, Visiting Ronda was our last cultural visit from the Study Abroad Program at ICS. It took about two hours to get Ronda from Sevilla. We met up by the main street and got on a charter bus that ICS prepared.
When we got off the bus, there was a tour guide was waiting for us at the bus station. Our tour started in the old town of Ronda. We visited the bullring, church, main bridge, and different viewpoints of Ronda. We had for about two hours of free time to look around the city. Some of us had lunch at a restaurant by a cliff. The view was absolutely gorgeous I don’t know how many pictures I took.
I think a full-day trip was enough for Ronda unless anyone is interested in hiking or seeing a night view of the city.