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This Roman bridge is more of historical significance than historical architecture significance nowadays as its continual upgrades have left it looking quite new build and shiny. So don’t come expecting something akin to the pontes of Florence or the bridges of the mediaeval Rhein towns,...More
Much restored and picturesque historical relic, worth seeing. The bridge is traffic-free so offers a pleasant stroll, affording lovely views over the river and looking back towards the Mezquita-Cathedral. We went in the day and nighttime, but didn’t encounter any musicians (though it was quite...More
Early Roman bridge which has been rebuilt through the ages. Full of history and well worth the visit to get the views of the river and the old town. Try downstream to get a good picture and continue on to the old Islamic waterwheel particularly...More
A very pleasant walk on the bridge to visit a museum on the other side and to attend a musical program in the evening, including Flamenco dance.
The architecture of the bridge is amazing, considering the time when it was built. It has been well...More