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Budapest has several bridges that cross the Danube River. This one is not as interesting as the Chain Bridge or the Liberty Bridge. It is more modern, as it was built in the 1960's to replace a bridge destroyed in WWII, and is quite plain....More
The Elisabeth Bridge is another bridge that connects Buda and Pest to form modern day Budapest. It also offers convenient access to Gellért Hill. Nice views of the river from the bridge but, like the Chain Bridge, it can be crowded at times.
Thought the bridge is not as great looking as say the Chain bridge but for us it was particularly useful since it was the closest to where we were staying. We crossed the bridge on foot at least four or five times walking towards the...More
My one abiding memory from my previous and only visit to Budapest back in December 1986 was crossing the various iconic bridges straddling The Danube in chilly weather.
Yesterday was an entirely different matter when my wife and I walked across Elisabeth Bridge in perfect...More