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This bridge took 7 years to build and was commissioned by a prince who couldn't cross the river between Buda and Pest due to it having been frozen over. The bridge connects the two sides centrally - on one side you are moments away from...More
The very 1st bridge communicating both sides of town. It feels special when you walk on it, enjoying the view of both sides of town, and the Danube in the middle. And it's enjoyable on broad daylight or at night. You can't go wrong.
This is perhaps the most iconic bridge across the River Danube, and perhaps the longest. It is a lovely walk with fantastic views of both Buda and Pest as well as several of the other bridges. We were lucky enough to see a kingfisher on...More
The bridges, especially the Chain Bridge, are a must when visiting Budapest. Walk across one and come back across another go back over another on the next day. Easy walkways, great views of the Danube and picturesque.
This was the first bridge connecting Buda to Pest. It was highly recommended in all the guides we read and anyway we had to walk through it to reach Pest since we stayed in Buda. The view you have from the bridge (day and night)...More
I walk across this bridge 4 times a week as part of my daily commute and have done so for years. Over the past 8 years, it's become a tourist attraction - perhaps as more visitors trek from Pest to Buda to visit the castle....More