US First Lady Michelle Obama and her daughter Sasha spent Saturday morning at the historic Spanish city of Ronda. Ronda is one of the oldest cities of Spain with prehistoric origins and holds many Roman archaeological sites. During the tour, the Obama family stopped at the Roman Baths, the Cathedral and had lunch at a local restaurant next to one of the oldest bullfighting rings in the country. It was their fourth day of a five-day holiday to the country. On Thursday, the first lady and her daughter visited the Alhambra in the city of Granada. They arrived at Malaga airport on Wednesday and stayed at the luxury resort Villa Padierna, which is ranked among the top 30 in the world. During the visit, the Obama family is also expected to attend a gala charity ball at the hotel on Saturday before flying to Palma de Mallorca to meet the Spanish royal family.