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The "wondrous" aspect of this bridge that spans the Elbe is its construction. It is one of the first steel suspension bridges in the world requiring no supporting piers in the water.
Schillerplatz, 01326 Dresden, Saxony, Germany
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Reviewed 30 September 2018 via mobile

From this bridge there are great views up and down the river. Great walks and bike rides can start or end here. Resteraunts and cafes abound, bus and trams get you here, and both the Schwebebahn and Standseilbahn are very close. Some beautiful architecture for...More

Thank platypus150
Reviewed 2 July 2018

Nice but not inspiring nor awesome. A bit overblown as a destination. Nice to see from afar and a once over to drive.

Thank ewottermann
Reviewed 24 April 2018

The Bridge is an exciting piece of history that almost everyone seems to know. How teh pain turned blue. It's cute and great the everyone treasures it so!

Thank Paula J
Reviewed 8 February 2018

Dresdeners love it because it has made commuting life easier but for tourists, it is really Just a Bridge.

Thank John W
Reviewed 28 January 2018

Even though it’s not a must place to visit,,since it’s an old bridge,built in 18th centuries worth a visit.Easy to go if you hop in to one of those tourist buses that’s plying Dresden saxony.Near the bridge there is also a téléférique like thing,which you...More

Thank AshiqAbdeen
Reviewed 27 December 2017

On a recent trip to Dresden I stayed at the Blue Wonder Hotel which was named after this bridge and is about 800 metres away. That being the case I just had to come and see it. The weekend before I had been to Bristol...More

Thank Royhasbeenthere
Reviewed 20 December 2017

You can go to this place by every City Tour Bus. There is a hop on station on Körnerplatz. Best way to jump out and use the Standaeilbahn or Schwebeban, all of them are traditional and historic interesting. Near by is the Loschwitz Church and...More

Thank hannos708
Reviewed 10 November 2017

We went over the bridge many times to go to the tram and to go to Saxon Switzerland, to be fair we did not read about the history.

Thank cmbreuer2016
Reviewed 16 October 2017

Don't get to excited. Its just a bridge. It is beautiful but its not Prague like views on one side or the other.

Thank JoePitz
Reviewed 13 October 2017

We saw this from the steam boat, with commentary from the guide. I'm not sure it's worth a special trip out to see it.

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