Roman Bridge

Roman Bridge, Ronda: Address, Roman Bridge Reviews: 4.5/5

Roman Bridge
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Bruce K
Saint-Gervais-d Auvergne, France18 contributions
Stunning
Feb 2020
At night and day sunning.No good if you have no head for heights
Try to go in the gardens next to the parador around the begoda great views
Written 29 February 2020
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LuizDutraNeto
Rio de Janeiro, RJ8,527 contributions
The almost hidden old Roman Bridge of Ronda ...
Mar 2019
It is not easy to reach "Puente Romano", as you have to walk down all the way from "Puente Viejo" and "Arco de Felipe V" ... The old "Puente Romano" (also known as "Arab Bridge") connects the two banks of the "Río Guadalevin" and the localities of "El Mercadillo" (the old town) and "La Ciudad" (the new town), separated by the awesome gorge of "El Tajo". This is the oldest and smallest bridge of Ronda and was built over the remains of an ancient Roman bridge. It has been pretty much restored over the centuries and very few of its original Roman and Moorish characteristics can still be seen. The "Baños Árabes" are just a few meters away. One last remark: "Puente Romano" carries only pedestrian traffic. Enjoy!
Written 23 February 2020
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kxz255
Atlanta, GA242 contributions
Must see in Ronda
Sep 2019
there is a trail that leads you to the view point of the bridge as shown in the picture. It definitely worth it. There is also a museum/palace near the entry of the trail.
Written 3 December 2019
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itp481
Marbella, Spain29 contributions
Must see
Jul 2019
Our American visitors love Ronda and the Roman Bridge and the gorge are the biggest attractions. Not only can you walk across the bridge but there are plenty of ancillary places to visit. However, the center attraction is the bridge.
Written 8 October 2019
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TheLush101
Cardiff, UK1,980 contributions
Wander down for a different perspective
May 2019
Slightly overshadowed somewhat by the main bridge in Ronda, but worth coming for a look to see it. The photo I took of it is from the lowest bridge on Calle Molino de Alarcón. It's a bit away from the crowds, so it's worth wondering down here for the peace and quiet if nothing else. The bridge pre-dates it's older and more famous counterpart.
Written 8 September 2019
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Hansen5
Queen Creek, AZ103 contributions
Super cool
Jun 2019 • Couples
Down by the Roman baths, this is a neat stop, one of so many great spots to take pictures in Ronda. Go to Ronda, you will not regret it.
Written 7 July 2019
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D38lawn
Stoke-on-Trent, UK432 contributions
Old bridge
Jun 2019 • Couples
Worth finding this, as it provides a different view of the area. Looks well built and probably too clean, like they've had the same blaster on it!
Written 17 June 2019
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Andaluz Alemán
7 contributions
Old moorish bridge from the 11th century just next to the arabian baths, perfectly preserved!
Jun 2019 • Solo
The overall surroundings of this bridge probably lie the perspective on the bridge one step higher directly next to it in the Tajo Canyon. This was the original and only bridge which led in the city and behind the city walls. That is why you still find the well preserved arabian baths just next to it! And a little chapel where the old mosk could be found directly behind where the old city gate once stood! The bridge is in nice condition and still cars pass over it. This way leads you underneath the moorish city walls of Ronda and you get a feeling how nature and architecture add up to a more complete picture of a city which ruled over big parts of the magnificient landscape around. Don't miss it! The first and oldest of the three bridges of Ronda, not roman though!
Written 15 June 2019
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packcal
1,200 contributions
Scenic bridge well worth a stop
Apr 2019 • Couples
Scenic bridge well worth a stop and is a very good photo opportunity, especially on the down-river side of the bridge.
Written 21 April 2019
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susiekk2016
London, UK125 contributions
The oldest of the three bridges
Mar 2019 • Couples
I suppose really you should start from this oldest bridge and work your way up the series but I think everyone arrives at the top and so sees the new bridge, the old bridge and finally the Roman/Moorish bridge last. Doesn’t matter, the views up from this bridge are wonderful.
Written 21 March 2019
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