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Bridges of Paris are special and it is always a good idea to do a few river walks to find rivers you like. Recently I decided to walk the Seine island between Grenelle and Bir-Hakeim. It was a glorious day and we started from Pone...More
The bridge itself is nice enough, but the location is what makes it special. Many pictures of the Eiffel Tower are taken from this bridge, which should come as no surprise. There are great views to be had here, and it is far from the...More
This bridge is really unique. Road on lower floor and metro line on the upper floor.
You can reach here from either Passy or Bir Hakeim Metro stations. If you are walking from Eiffel Tower to Statue of Liberty, you will come across this bridge...More
This double-decked bridge crosses the Seine and Swan Island and was named to commemorate the victory over Rommel in the Libyan Desert. Upon Swan Island is a stone buttress, home to the sculpture “The Renaissance France” and topped by a stone arch, upon which are...More
The view of the Eiffel tower from the bridge is beautiful. From there walk along the island in the Seine all the way to the statue of liberty. You have benches to sit if you want. A running lane (quite popular in the weekend) and...More
It's a nice looking bridge with interesting structure and architecture. It is a great place for those who want to do nice photoshoots as well as get a nice view of the Eiffel Tower across the river. For those who have seen the movie Inception...More
Well worth the trek to photograph the Eiffel Tower framed by the arch in the middle of the bridge. I had read about this location in so many photography blogs that I was afraid it would be crowded but it was not congested at all....More
The Le Pont de Bir-Hakeim bridge crosses the Seine River and connects the city's 15th and 16th arrondissements. The unique bridge has two levels: the lower one for cars and pedestrians, and the upper level for Line 6 of the Paris Metro. The 777-feet steel...More