In a city as historic as Ronda, most tourists shuffle between landmarks while following a guide or with their nose pressed into a travel book or phone app. But also take time to stroll along the cobblestones flanked by whitewashed buildings. Enjoy the flowers dangling from second-story balconies. Talk to some Rondeños. Sense the history, such as when the troops of Marquis of Cadiz raced through this street (Calle Espíritu Santo) during the siege of Ronda in 1484. Explore boutique shops. Afterwards, order a lunch of Andalusia cuisine like gazpacho with a glass of sherry. These are the special rewards of travel.