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 and get the most from your holiday in Budapest, create itinerary details personal to you using our Budapest sightseeing planner.
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  • This is quite a beautiful bridge, named after a 13th century Hungarian princess, it spans over six hundred metres across the Danube from Buda to Pest connecting in Margaret Island. There are four traf...  more »
  • Budy Liberty Bridge and Margaret bridge back-enjoy all our walks. A wonderful promenade, from both Buda and pest. View of the Parliament, from which it is impossible to tear your eyes. Margaret Bridge is unusual in that it consists of two parts that connect the Island Park, Margate, where, incidentally, you can also spend your time with pleasure, mini zoo and admire the view of a dancing fountain. The bridge itself is a fabulous building, and although he is the second oldest bridge in Budapest, through the restoration, he looks good.
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  • This bridge has a connection to an island in the middle and when I went there ans connected to the bridge I felt it shaking! So amazing!  more »
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  • Lovely bridge as you walk to Margaret Island, one of my favorites in the city. A simple walk, and you will like it too.
  • More modern bridge by which passes the tram and cars, another work of art in another design than that of the apparently oldest chain bridge
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  • Very nice, very good views from here.
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  • Works great connects Buda unification while views
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  • The entrance to the Margaret Island and the sets, not the last, beautiful pop Vista.
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