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Margaret Bridge

Budapest, Hungary
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Scenic arch bridge (circa 1876) connecting the southern part of Budapest with Margaret Island, the city's popular island park and recreation area.
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Reviewed 2 days ago

My husband and I walked Margaret bridge and found the views of the river and Parliament Buildings to be amazing. The bridge is a great place to stop and get a photo.

Thank lindakthomas
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is quite a beautiful bridge, named after a 13th century Hungarian princess, it spans over six hundred metres across the Danube from Buda to Pest connecting in Margaret Island. There are four traffic lanes and pedestrians/cycle paths on either side, the #4 and #6...More

Thank kpiddy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This bridge has a connection to an island in the middle and when I went there ans connected to the bridge I felt it shaking! So amazing!

Thank André A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I agree with the other reviewers that the view from Margaret Bridge towards the Parliament is fabulous. We have seen the view a couple times when crossing the bridge in a tram. We also got off a tram in one trip to explore a bit...More

Thank Hamesha I
Reviewed 22 June 2017

Since we were lodging in Pest near the Margaret Bridge, we were able to make several strolls across at various times of day. One evening, as we walked toward Buda, my partner stopped suddenly and said, "Now THAT'S Budapest!" The view of the Parliament Building,...More

1  Thank LAURIE S
Reviewed 21 June 2017

A pretty nice place to have a great view of the city and especially to take some pictures and enjoy the breeze by the riverside.

Thank arkahalder23
Reviewed 16 June 2017

The bridge which connects Pest and Buda to the Margaret Island. It's a great long bridge, just like the other ones.

Thank hegyibrigitta94
Reviewed 16 June 2017

There are seven bridges, one can not do all of them but this one we liked most. Most beautiful view over both Buda and Pest.

Thank BrigBurg
Reviewed 12 June 2017

Every bridge in Budapest is gorgeous and safe to walk across. They are even more stunning at night (taking a river cruise) because they are all lit up! Margaret Bridge is near a shopping area and metro. Or you can take the cable car that...More

Thank Elizabeth K
Reviewed 9 June 2017 via mobile

Spanning the Danube joining the Pest and the Buda districts but with Margaret Island in the middle. This bridge takes trams, buses and other vehicles as well as pedestrians and pedal cyclists. Beautifully lit in the evening. The 4/6 trams stop half way along the...More

1  Thank BorntocruiseUK
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I read about it. These are original French sculptures, because the plan of building made by Ernest Gouin. The man is not Hercules, but he is a mythological figure, and the woman is a general mythologial figure, she has no... More
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