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You will pass this bridge on your way to or from the Arab Baths and it is a great reminder of the workmanship and ingenuity of the Romans and how they travelled in to the city whilst still retaining a control over the access.
My wife and I were staying in Ronda and decided to walk down to the Arab baths. The Roman Bridge is down at the bottom of the hill near the baths. Lots of history surrounding the old bridge and some nice views of the Old...More
We visited Ronda on our way in the region, and we are very happy we made the diversion. The city is built across a ravine crossed by a few bridges, the most famous of which is the roman one. The views are spectacular and worth...More
This bridge is to be found at the lower level of the city on Calle Molino de Alarcon where the river Guadalevin passes under it. It is a very simple structure, composed of a single, centre arch supported by solid piles. From this bridge the...More
If you have enough time while you're in Spain, it is definitely worth a trip to at least a few of the White Villages; Ronda is one of them. These towns are not nearly as well known as other major cities in Spain but they...More
Roman ruins allow you to contemplate history and think of all the changes that have taken place in Spain. This bridge crosses the Tajos River and is still standing virtually unchanged after many centuries. We didn't walk across it but admired it from a strategic...More