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Margaret Bridge, Budapest

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Reach Margaret Island, the popular recreation area and park in Budapest, via Margaret Bridge. The three-way bridge is the second oldest in the city, and connects the two sides of the city, Buda and Pest, with the island. Have your camera ready, as the bridge provides clear views of Parliament and the Chain Bridge. To avoid aggravating the locals, walk on the southern side of the bridge, as the northern one is full of people walking, running, and cycling to the island. To visit Margaret Bridge on your holiday in Budapest, and find out what else Budapest has to offer, use our Budapest tour planner.
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  • Nice bridge for the view it offers on the Parliament. This isn't mount taste however it is pretty awesome especially by its T-shaped structure that allows to access the Margaret Island in the middle.
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  • One of the magnificent bridges connecting Pest and Buda, this has a slight bend, in the middle. The center is located on the southern tip of the Margit Island. Buses, cars, trams by hundreds cross it ...  more »
  • Were in Budapest in winter with son 8 years. Decided to take a stroll on the Margaret Island (a great place for walking not only in summer but also in winter). Walked through the Margaret Bridge, which climbed by Parliament. Returning, decided to move to the other side, but this proved problematic: big traffic, trams driving very close, traffic lights work in uncomfortable for pedestrian mode. But our efforts were rewarded with a beautiful photo on the background of the Hungarian Parliament and the Crown.
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