A nice bridge. Lots of landmarks in sight from it. Also a good place to start exploring the city of Budapest
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Not far from our hotel. The second bridge of Budapest. Quite impressive, we crossed this to reach Gellert Hill, Liberty Statue, Citadel and St Gerrard Statue. It is a typical bridge to cross the Danube to get to the Buda side, with a lot of...More
During the second world war all the bridges crossing the River Danube were destroyed and all repaired post war and Elsabeth Bridge is one such bridge. Not as famous or pretty as the amazing Chain Bridge or Liberty Bridge it's well worth checking out and...More
On our first day in Budapest we walked a lot and I was a little confused about the order of the bridges - Liberty, Elizabeth, Chain and Margaret is the order (facing the river) from the main market... We walked from Liberty and the market...More
When compared to the liberty bridge, or th echain bridge, this crossing is fairly unspectacular. A sleek modern structure like there are many around europe and, indeed, the world.
You are less likely to walk over this bridge than you would be to walk over the Chain Bridge to the north or the Szabadsag Bridge to the south. We stayed at the Marriott Executive Aptarments and was happy to see the bridge all lit...More