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There is a tower at one end and the view back to the Mezquita is worth the brief walk across.
In October the river is curiously weak but the bridge looks ready for the torrents of winter.
This walk is all part of gaining feel...More
We walked across the bridge at night when it, along with the other historical monuments in the city, are lit up. It was a delightful walk and we took some stunning pictures with all the building awash in a golden color.
This bridge is very beautiful and evocative. Beautifully lit and restored, yet still feels authentic.A Sunday late afternoon the locals were out for a stroll not just we visitors. A man played the accordion as the sunset across the river and two ladies laid wreaths...More
The bridge has changed a lot since the original Roman structure but the view from it makes one grateful to the builders. The river itself is worth a view, but looking up to the city and the different architectural styles that have graced the city...More
This is a roman bridge that was ruined by barbarian rulers, and was rebuilt after the Muslim rulers rebuilt and regenerated the city. This bridge gives a great view of the Mezquita and the old city from above the Guadalaquivir river.
It's nice to see the cathedral from the otherside of the river by crossing this bridge.
There is nothing much on the opposite end of the church, basically you will be walking across and then back. However, on a sunny day, it's nice to sit...More