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Romantic Round and live: A sensory journey through Spain Antiguatravelsadaptado

Birds flying dreams under your feet, dreams of water and rock music with centuries of history, dreams of a love story.
Accommodation in the hotel Montelirio. House palace S. XVIII located on the block of Ronda. Boutique.

Escapada a Ronda de 4 days / 3 nights from: 247€, coincidiendo con el evento de Ronda Romántica del 14 to the 17 de Mayo de 2015. ¿Te lo vas a perder?
Day 1. In the morning. Visit the Museum Real Maestranza. Leaflet in Braille for blind and with disabled access.
Bullfighting Museum, Real Maestranza de Ronda, beneath the lines of the Plaza de Toros, offers visitors a chronological journey around the fundamental aspects of the national holiday, Ronda, the relationship with the cavalry and, ultimately, with the institution itself, promoter of the bullfighting tradition.
In February 2006 was added to the whole collection of the Royal Harness of the House of Orléans, belonging to King Louis Philippe of France and his son, el duque de Montpensier. And, more recently, a unique collection of Antique Firearms for hunting and bereavement, ranging from the sixteenth to the nineteenth.
This panorama of uses and customs of chivalry is completed with the gallery dedicated to the Royal Cavalry, reviewing its origins, related to the Orders of Chivalry; heraldic and identity, as noble corporation that has been maintained over time; and its relationship with the city of Ronda.
Horseback riding around the Plaza de Toros ( optional )
In the evening. Blind tasting.

Day 2. In the morning. Visit the Museum of Lara. With disabled access.
Lara Museum is the first private museum space of Spain where the world of Communication, Art, Archaeology, Science and Popular Arts, combine to offer a wide and varied journey about our past. You can see the following rooms:
Watches (s. XVIII)
Arms(s. XVII)
Scientific Instruments
Cellar (s. XVIII)
Collection of Navajas and Trabuco
History of Cinema and Photography

In the evening. Visit accessible to the Arab baths.
This thermal enclosure Muslim era is the best preserved of the Iberian Peninsula. It is located in the Old Islamic Arrabal City, now called Barrio de San Miguel in the Outskirts of what was once the Muslim Medina de Ronda.
They were built by the Arroyo de las Culebras, perfect for water supply, which is moved through a waterwheel, perfectly preserved at present.
The chronology of Arab baths in Ronda goes back to the XIII-XIV centuries AD, These structured in three key areas, following the Roman model: cold bath rooms, Warm temperate. Until today has come virtually entirely hydraulics thereof.
The central hall is the largest and consists of three bodies, separated by four pairs of horseshoe arches on columns of brick and stone, holding barrel vaults (hemispherical) with beautiful star-shaped skylights closed with crystals.
The building is surrounded by a wall of blind arches, forming the aqueduct, and has a tower in the background with a box of wheel. Similarly boilers retains area where the water was heated, and remains of the tanneries, Main activity at the site once used as bathrooms was abandoned after the Christian conquest of the city.
Day 3. In the morning. Active Tourism Day. Archery and hiking.

In the evening. Walk round the Tagus at sunset. Enjoy the senses.
Tapas in typical bars.
Day 4. Free morning to shop.
Our price includes:
Bed and breakfast. Hotel accessible 4 stars.
All visits mentioned in the program.
Compulsory insurance.
Our price does not include:
Lunches and dinners: It is possible to hire extra charge
Transport: It is possible to hire extra charge.

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