Suspension Bridge, Sao Vicente

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All built in wood and supported by steel cable, Suspension Bridge's largest span is 180 m (590 ft). Overlooking the sea and connecting the island to the mainland, the white bridge was built in 1914 and is an example Brazilian clever engineering. Use Inspirock's suggestions to plan your Sao Vicente trip and find the best activities and attractions for your vacation.
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  • I live in Praia Grande and step over this bridge for two reasons: security, as for other paths for the risk of assault and the beautiful view that the ride gives us.
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  • Not worth the journey. Political work to spend money in very poor taste. Not recommend but is one who facilitates access to praia grande.
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  • The traditional suspension bridge is reformed, kept lit. Because it is such an important place in St. Vincent deserved the attention that was given.
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Where to stay in Sao Vicente

The main urban area of Sao Vincente is primarily residential, with only a few accommodations dotted throughout. Pousadas (guesthouses) and hostels offer budget rooms in the main residential areas, although many sit quite far from the city's main attractions. Many holidaymakers instead choose to stay is in the neighborhood of Gonzaguinha during their Sao Vicente vacation. The beachside area is a home to a good collection of accommodations, including the city's main hotels, which line the waterfront and boulevards. A handful of pousadas and hostels sit on the side streets.
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