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This is a precious jewel to the hearts of the Hungarians. It is great fun to walk across or ride the trolley (Villamos, in Hungarian). Great photo ops are available, just beware of bikes - this is the middle of town, and many are trying...More
We stopped in Budapest at the beginning of our road trip around Europe and the place that we were staying at was right by the Liberty Bridge, literally 5 minutes walking. We had a lot of time to check this bridge out and see the...More
This old bridge over the Danube deserves to be walked on a nice day. The pedestrian sidewalks are wide and there are lookout points built into railing where you can look up/down the river. The streetcars run in both directions on this bridge as well...More
The Liberty Bridge is the shortest of the bridges in Budapest which was built during millennium celebrations in 1896. It’s a cantilevered with suspension mid span bridge. The last rivet was in fact hammered by the then Emperor Josef Franz himself.
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It would have been a great walk across the bridge with great views of the river and the city on a nice day. Unfortunately, we walked across on a nasty, windy, drizzly day which only encouraged us to rush across the beautiful bridge.
The bridge itself is not that beautiful but it's really useful. It leads you from the Central Market Hall to the Hotel Gellért and the Gellért Hill (or other way around). It's pedestrian friendly (also with strollers) and offers nice vista to the downtown and...More