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Built around 1100AD this was an important river crossing on the pilgrimage route from France to Rome. Now traffic free it is worth a few photos from the nearby carpark on the roadside about 10 miles N of Lucca.
We caught the bus from Lucca, which only took around 35 minutes.
The bridge is very impressive and you do wonder how it has managed to remain in place with such a thin main span.
The background scenery on all sides is stunning, making every...More
All the guide books mention the bridge, although whether it was a dog or pig that crossed first seems to be in dispute! There is some free parking right next to it, although I imagine it would fill quickly in high season and there isn’t...More
You can pull up at the side of the road just before this bridge as there are parking spaces. The bridge and surroundings are stunning and make a great photo or backdrop for a photo. The bridge is quite steep to climb (I think one...More
Amazing bridge, we parked at one end. walked over, took some photos, walked back. Amazing to stand on that structure and take in the skill with which it was built. No real facts behind who built it but the legend is a fun story. Well...More