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All reviews beautiful bridge puerto madero pedestrian bridge beautiful at night lit up at night modern architecture dancing tango both sides port area sunny day nice area walk around engineering ships stroll city landmark
We were in Buenos Aires last night and our hosts took us to this beautiful bridge. The walk was peaceful and the bridge was a great place for photos. Also nearby is an old (100yrs +) ship that had been turned into a nautical museum....More
We wandered down here and were deeply impressed by the views of the canals, old ships, surrounding architecture and, because it was a sunny weekend - the tango show put on nearby. A lovely walk and a nice area to explore
Beautiful bridge crossing from one side of Puerto Madero to the other.
Full of restaurantes and pubs, and ideal place to walk around.
The walking bridge is easy to walk and beautiful.
In a sunny day, specially on weekends, a must go place in Buenos...More
Just walkable distance from the city center and our hotel kenton palace,the city as such is wonderful with so many parks and several heritage buildings,a very nice place to walk around and spend some time
The locality of Puerto Madero is relatively new in Buenos Aires and is quite posh with pubs and condominiums and corporate offices. But this erstwhile port area used to be the backwaters for ships to come in when this neighbourhood was used as a major...More
Built to allow a greater free flow of people and to be an attraction of Puerto Madero and Buenos Aires. The bridge as a length of 170-metres. Architecturally it has simplistic beauty. Looks most beautiful when li up at night.
I enjoyed wandering along the bridge, stopping often to enjoy the contrasting views of the area and the variety of people crossing. There were a group of musicians, a man waking five dogs, smartly-dressed businesspeople and tourists speaking a variety of languages.