Ronda – 2,5 hours
Three bridges: 1 – Puente Romano“Roman Bridge”,( also known as the Puente Arabe “Arabic Bridge” as the foundation is Roman and was later rebuilt above in the Arabic Period ); 2-Puente Viejo“Old Bridge”,( also known as the Puente San Miguel); and 3-Puente Nuevo“New Bridge”, span the canyon. The term nuevo is something of a misnomer, as the building of this bridge commenced in 1751 and took until 1793 to complete. The Puente Nuevo is the tallest of the bridges, towering 120 m (390 ft) above the canyon floor, and all three serve as some of the city’s most impressive features. The former town hall, which stands next to the Puente Nuevo, is the site of a parador and has a view of the Tajo canyon.