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Parkovy Pedestrian Bridge

Across the Dnieper River, between Naberezhne Highway and Trukhaniv Island, Kiev, Ukraine
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Parkovy Pedestrian Bridge is one of the symbols of the city of Kyiv, and a favourite photo spot. Its distinctive silhouette is especially well seen from the observatory site near Volodymyr the Great monument. This is a light construction 400 metres in length that connects Kyiv city centre at the Right Bank with the recreational area and beaches of Trukhaniv Island. It was projected Ukrproektstalkonstruktsia Project Institute in cooperation with the world famous Paton Institute, and opened in 1957. By design, this is the welded bridge built using the automatic welding. Its length is 426.4 m, the width of the pedestrian zone is 7m. The bridge consists of the three central spans of hanging structure and two coastal areas of beam construction.Today, this is the only bridge constructed specifically for the pedestrian traffic over the Dnipro river; no vehicles allowed on it. Various extreme sports are practiced at the bridge, including the Bungee jumping.
  • Excellent56%
  • Very good38%
  • Average5%
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22 Nov 2017
“Just a bridge”
13 Sep 2017
“Connecting city with the beach”
Across the Dnieper River, between Naberezhne Highway and Trukhaniv Island, Kiev, Ukraine
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Reviewed 22 November 2017

It's just a bridge. Nothing special. Connects the earth and the island. By the way, You can meet some celebrities walking past you. Try it ; )

Thank Alex J
Reviewed 13 September 2017

I love the bridge because its the easiest way how to get to Trukhaniv Island. you will have amazing view from any point of the bridge. It was renovated recently so you can fully enjoy walking or biking there

Thank Svitlana O
Reviewed 4 August 2017

great views, people base jump off the bridge in summertime. usually breezy, nice to walk across and back again

Thank earthtrekers123
Reviewed 28 May 2017

If you are overwhelmed of daily routine , walking through this bridge to the island will be a remedy . I had a visit in autumn & killed almost 3 hours there & when i came back to my hotel i had a wonderful feeling...More

Thank mohsen p
Reviewed 22 June 2016

Cross the Dniepr without getting wet. The "Pedestrian Bridge" will take you from St. Vladimir's Hill over to Trukhaniv Island. Beaches (nude and traditional), plenty of forest, bike-riding, exploring. A great place for a picnic. And if the traditional modes of transport don't grab you,...More

2  Thank Iljapriide
Reviewed 20 June 2016 via mobile

It's a lovely place really 😄 If you ever visit Kiev please make sure that you pass by this bridge and maybe do a little jumping too 😝😉

Thank namatai c
Reviewed 18 May 2016

The view is great from the bridge. The bridge itself is in poor condition, and can be dangerous for childeren at the side (gaps between the railing). It's worth to give it a visit when you are nearby.

1  Thank rmathijssen
Reviewed 25 March 2016

The bridge between Vladimir`s hill and the Truhanov island where walks a lot of tourists and citizens of the city

Thank Влад С
Reviewed 16 December 2015

This bridge connects right-bank Kyiv with Trukhaniv Island, which has a few sand beaches, cafes and woodlands for walking or cycling. However, the only reason anyone needs to know about this is the fact that a scary zip-line runs along the bridge and over the...More

Thank ostry68
Reviewed 11 December 2015

Great view, wonderful feelings, the wind goes through your hear... If you are in Kiev you MUST VISIT this bridge.

Thank Iuliia N
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