- 1 Is there a train from Malaga to Ronda?
- 2 How do I get to Ronda?
- 3 How do I get from Malaga airport to Ronda?
- 4 Does Ronda have a train station?
- 5 Is Ronda worth visiting?
- 6 How many days do you need in Malaga?
- 7 Is the road to Ronda dangerous?
- 8 Is there a train from Seville to Ronda?
- 9 How far is Ronda from Malaga airport?
Is there a train from Malaga to Ronda?
Although there is only one daily direct train from Malaga to Ronda—which takes two hours—there are a number of other transfers and connections that run through this Andalusian city where you can get off and explore before continuing on your trip through Spain.
How do I get to Ronda?
The route recommended by Google Maps (see below) is to drive down the coast on the motorway (N-340) to Marbella, though two options exist, the free Autovia (A-7) or the toll Autopista (AP-7). A few kilometres past Marbella take the San Pedro de Alcantara exit, at which point you follow the signs for Ronda (A-376).
How do I get from Malaga airport to Ronda?
To get to Ronda from the Malaga airport or from the western Costa del Sol you have to take Malaga direction, as if going to the city centre. Take the right lane and pay attention to the signposting, as you must take the A-357 towards Cártama until you see an exit indicating direction Ronda.
Does Ronda have a train station?
The Ronda train station is open from 07.00 to 22.00 hrs and has ticket office is open until 21.00. The Railway station is close to the bus station and is a 10 minute walk from the centre of Ronda town.
Is Ronda worth visiting?
Ronda itself is a beautiful white washed village on the edge of the mountains. Anyway, if you can find a way to do it shorter, it is definitely worth the trip, very easy to walk all around the village as it is not that big, so a couple of hours would still give you a good experience.
How many days do you need in Malaga?
So, if you want to visit Málaga as a quick city break, then two to three days in the city could be the ideal amount of time. Two days will allow you to see all the main tourist sites and hit a couple of museums and a third day is ideal for a day trip or beach day.
Is the road to Ronda dangerous?
There are 50 accidents a year on average on the main road between the western Costa del Sol and the Serranía de Ronda. Official figures show that it is one of the most dangerous in the province in terms of numbers of accidents.
Is there a train from Seville to Ronda?
No, there is no direct train from Seville to Ronda. However, there are services departing from Sevilla-Santa Justa and arriving at Ronda via Cordoba-Central. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 3h 31m.
How far is Ronda from Malaga airport?
The distance between Malaga Airport (AGP) and Ronda is 61 km. The road distance is 110.4 km.