The Plaza Espana has been restored to its former glory by removing the old cobbled stones and replacing them with a harder wearing granite. It's a sun trap and a great place to just eat, drink or simply soak up the atmosphere. The Plaza was made famous by the writer Ernest Hemingway in his novel For whom the bell tolls where fascist sympathisers, were thrown into the surrounding gorge by a mob. On one side of the Plaza is the Parador De Ronda hotel, formally the town hall. In the centre is a statue of Antonio De Los Rios a 19th century politician. For more information on the Plaza Espana in Ronda including a short video and an interactive google map for directions from your current position see below.
Take a moment to watch this short video looking at the Plaza del Toros in Ronda
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Accommodation in Ronda
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Getting to Ronda
By Car Join the A7 towards Marbella exit junction 172 onto the A397 and that road goes to Ronda. Use the guide below for parking in Ronda.
By Bus From Malaga, Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Marbella and San Pedro click here
By Train To get to Ronda by train go to Maria Zambrano Malaga station and change there for Ronda.
Plaza Espana, 29400, Ronda, Malaga, Spain
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