Ronda is easy to get to by train from [[Madrid]] or regional trains and is a good day trip from the [[Costa del Sol]] resorts. The main
train station, located just just five minutes walk from the central bus station, is just a few blocks from the centre of town.
The easiest way to get to Ronda from Malaga is by bus. Los
Amorillos buses cost around €9 and take about two hours to get to Ronda.
Ronda is a small town, easily navigable on foot.
* '''Puente Viejo and Arco de Felipe V'''. On the eastern side of the old city, down the hill. This small bridge was the means of crossing the Tajo before the completion of the newer, larger one. Also in this area is a beautiful arch, named for Phillip the Fifth.
There are plenty of hotels in the area of town tourists are likely to want to stay, on some streets it looks like more of the buildings are hotels than are not.
*'''Hotel Enfrente Arte Ronda ''', Calle Real, 40
- Ronda Tel. (+34) ''95'' 287 90 88, [http://www.enfrentearte.com].* '''Hotel Acinipo''', C/ José Aparicio, 7 - Ronda. Tel. (+34) ''95''216 10 02, [http://www.hotelacinipo.com/]. 4 star Hotel in downtown Ronda.
*'''Parador de turismo'''
*'''Hotel RondaSol'''. A family-run place; the mother of the family at least speaks fluent French as well as Spanish. €20 (''double room with sink''). €13 (''single room with sink'').*<sleep name=" Hotel Montelirio" alt="" address=" Tenorio 8" directions="" phone=" 952 87 38 55" url="http://www. hotelmontelirio.com/" checkin="" checkout="" price=" 130" lat="" long=""> Excellent hotel in the old town with an awesome view of the Puente Nuevo for most of the rooms.</sleep>