Magnificent view, freezing cold due to wind. Prepare a good coat and a camera to enjoy the view! Good for older children and not suitable for kids that require stroller.
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This was one of the most special attraction during our visit to Madrid. We took a bus tour to Toledo and enjoyed it tremendously. There is so much to see - we had a guided tour of the cathedral - just fascinating to see all...More
I was not planning to see this wonderfully built bridge-like structure. But I found it and like it while I was looking for the Manzanarez River. The river itself is shallow and a few meters below the ground level. So it had been disappoint if...More
This bridge has a rather nice setting and you can get some good photos of all that surrounds it. However, there is nothing special surrounding it and as it's outside of the city centre I wouldn't waste your time.
I did not study the history of the bridge and we came across it while strolling the the park. But it is one of the most beautiful and well preserved structure I've seen. The construction is really nice during the day and I expect it...More
After five visits to Madrid, this was my first time visiting the bridge. It is nice old bridge about a quarter mile from the Puerta de Toledo. It isn't unlike many other bridges throughout Spain, but if you're on that the of the city it's...More
Cute bridge, walking only, amazing old style architecture. Easy to get to by metro, as anything in Madrid by the way, walking to around 30 min from the plaza mayor. The river was dry, so it missed a lot some movement under the bridge, maybe...More
When I was a child I used to cross this bridge every day since it was on my way to the school, I even remember when cars crossed it by.i don´t understand why this bridge is not a lot more popular. i stumbled across it...More
IK recall 60 years ago they build a new one to ease the traffic on the old one ... It collapsed within a year of its construction! ... Old timers knew how to build lasting bridges than today's many fashionable architects do. We still have...More