Ronda railway station
Ronda station is located at top of the town, near the bus station.
Madrid - Algeciras
There are two Altira express return trains a day to Madrid Atocha stopping at Antequera Santa Ana, Cordoba Central, Puertollano, Cuidad Real and two in the other direction to San Roque and Algeciras. There are also three return medium-distance stopping trains a day for stations to Algeciras in one direction, and Bobadilla to Granada in the other.
Malaga to Ronda
There is one direct train a day departing from Malaga Maria Zambrano at 09.40 hrs taking the 1866 line through El Chorro and arriving at Ronda at 11.42 hrs.
The are also connecting trains departing from Malaga Maria Zambrano on the AVE high speed train at 15.48 and 17.00 hrs and after changing trains at Antequera Santa Ana arriving at Ronda at 18.57 and 19.53 hrs. (Info correct Aug 2019) Buy Tickets Online
Ronda to Malaga
There is one direct train a day departing Ronda at 16.10 hrs, taking the 1866 live through El Chorro arriving at Malaga Maria Zambrano at 18.53 hrs.
The are also a connecting trains departing from Ronda at 07.53, 13.15, 17.14 hrs and after changing trains at Antequera Santa Ana and taking the AVE high speed train arriving at Malaga Maria Zambrano at 10.23, 16.05, 20.25 hrs respectively. (Info correct Aug 2019) Buy Tickets Online
Timetables and Tickets
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The Ronda train station is open from 07.00 to 22.00 hrs and has ticket office is open until 21.00. There is a waiting room and toilets.
The Railway station is close to the bus station and is a 10 minute walk from the centre of Ronda town.
The original 1892 station building houses the waiting room and ticket office The single-storey pitched-roof white building with Andalucian yellow trim around doors and windows is in good repair. You can see the original 19th-century Linley & Co of Birmingham improved Platform Lamp iron Wall Brackets. The wood-fringed, canopy supported on wrought iron pillars spanning the adjacent platform, lends the station an 'anglo' or some would say colonial Indian look.
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