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Pont Adolphe

Luxembourg, the bridges city, the Pont Adolphe is recently completly renoved; The construction of... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Manuela L
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Under renovation

The whole bridge is covered with scaffolding for renovationworks. I couldn't see if it was build up... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2017
Heerhugowaard, The Netherlands
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Due to rehabilitation, it will reopen 2017.
  • Excellent47%
  • Very good39%
  • Average10%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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Luxembourg City, Luxembourg

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Luxembourg, the bridges city, the Pont Adolphe is recently completly renoved; The construction of the bridge was from 1900 to 1903 and domine the valley de la Petrusse in a high of 47 m and all the construction is with hard stones and is a...More

Thank Manuela L
Reviewed 28 April 2017

The whole bridge is covered with scaffolding for renovationworks. I couldn't see if it was build up or breaking down, but at the moment the bridge isn't at its most photogenatic.

Thank Richard-Roadman
Reviewed 20 March 2017

Of course is temporally closed, but that doesn't mean is not mazing still We just took a look at it (all covered) but the location and the surroundings are beautiful. Do take the time to stop and look at this.

Thank Santhagor
Reviewed 30 December 2016

This impressive bridge was built in 1903. It's currently completely covered in tarps for a massive overhaul, but there is a GREAT exhibit on the bridge at the fascinating Museum Drai Eechelen not too far away in Luxembourg City. It's worth going to the overlook...More

2  Thank ClintPage
Reviewed 12 November 2016

Locals don't call this bridge "Pont Adolphe", but "d'Nei Bre'ck", built in 1903, it's an architectoral very nice bridge and relates upper town with the area of the station, an other district; the avenue de la Liberté relates to the station of Luxembourg. Nowaday, and...More

2  Thank Manuela L
Reviewed 5 July 2016

As it is totally covered there is no way of seeing it at all. There was also no Information about how Long it will be covered.

1  Thank andreadg2015
Reviewed 21 April 2015

Constructed in the early 1900's, this stone bridge was named after Grand Duke Adolphe, it spans 85 meters across the Petrusse Valley joining the old part of the city with the Gare district, a great photo opportunity

Thank Terry C
Reviewed 20 August 2014 via mobile

Beautiful bridge,but being repaired by now. Anyway, walking to the city centre for the sorroundings of the bridge gives you the opportunity of seeing beautiful places.

1  Thank Montse M
Reviewed 7 August 2014

I had the chance to visit Pont Adolph or Bridge of Adolph in Luxembourg city. The city is called the green heart of Europe with high density of trees. You can make a great tour in Luxembourg city visiting lot of stuff like this bridge.

Thank Ragui_Bassali
Reviewed 28 July 2014

The bridge is quite high, elegant and it seems classic. From far away, this bridge is quite stunning. However, when I was there, there are renovation process on going, so it "disturbed" the view.

Thank LinoYogya
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