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Margaret Bridge

Budapest, Hungary
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Scenic arch bridge (circa 1876) connecting the southern part of Budapest with Margaret Island, the city's popular island park and recreation area.
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Reviewed yesterday

From this bridge you can enjoy the views of the monuments at the shores of Danube river, especially at night when they are all lit up. Also there is a cycling path which is very advantagous, if you are using the public bikesharing.

Thank Petra Č
Reviewed yesterday

After we left Margaret Island we walked through the bridge back to the city. The view from the bridge is amazing.

Thank Danielle D
Reviewed 2 days ago

Our hotel was close to this bridge on Buda side, so we crossed it several times. It's great to cross it during the day and descend to terrific Margaret island on Danube. But, at night, it was unbelievably beautiful to cross it when its all...More

Thank B1714D
Reviewed 6 days ago

Drove across the bridge ov.er the Danube. connecting the Buda and Pest sides of the now united Budapest. The Bridge is named for beloved St. Margaret (Margirit in Hungarian). During WWII, all the bridges across the Danube were destroyed by Nazi bombs. After the war,...More

Thank DrKatieRN
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were staying very close to this bridge while we were in Budapest, and over the week I came to really like it. At night a walk across gives stunning views of all the ancient, glowing monuments of the city. If you go onto the...More

Thank NickPaddy16
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

While taking a boat trip up the Danube and passing under the Margaret Bridge you can see the statues. The intricacy of the statue work is unbelievable.

Thank George S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Not the most impressive bridge in Budapest, but sure is a must if you wish to cross over to Margaret Island. Nothing speacial adise this, maybe the nice view over to the Parliament and the Danube of course.

Thank Liad H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Margaret Bridge connects Buda to Pest with access to Margaret island also. A large bridge with trams crossing regularly makes it feel busy all day long. The bridge also provides some brilliant views so be sure to allow for some time to stop and...More

Thank Tom J
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It's a nice bridge. I believe it was rebuilt after the Second World War as that's what the tour guide stated. It's nice. Right by the island.

Thank LostALot22
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

You could see and walk to Margaret Island from the bridge. It ,along side the other seven bridges were blown up in the WW2 and rebuilt . Fabulous views.

Thank debsmillen66
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3 April 2016|
Response from Istvan S | Reviewed this property |
I read about it. These are original French sculptures, because the plan of building made by Ernest Gouin. The man is not Hercules, but he is a mythological figure, and the woman is a general mythologial figure, she has no... More