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We crossed this bridge a couple of times by public service bus during our holiday vacation, as we were staying at a hotel on the other side of the river in Vila Nova de Gaia. We also viewed the bridge from many different points on...More
This bridge is concrete (Dom Luis is steel) but it still conveys a lacy pattern visible when traveling across it. Built in the 1960's, assume this to be state of the art design.
Find this bridge down a bit from the Dom Luis bridge.
This is something that is well worth doing when you are in Porto. It's very safe and well run. The guides are really friendly and very good if you're nervous as my wife was, she loved it ! Fantastic photo opportunity up and down the...More
The Arrabida Bridge or “Ponte de Arrabida” is the bridge over the Douro River and who is the second bridge to made possible the connection in between Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia, and so still one of the six bridges who are built in...More
My husband and I decided to walk along the Douro, towards the ocean. From the Ribeiro, it was roughly 2 miles to this bridge. It was a fabulous walk along the river. As we approached, the sun was setting right behind the bridge. What a...More
Its avey nice bridge. Ppl thought that thisbridge would not handle the weight motor vehicles. They had all thejounalists come out and they drove a car across the bridge. They realized that the bridge was safe and strong today cars cross the bridge daily.