Teljes hosszúság: 380 m Átadás ideje: 1849. november 20. / 1949. november 20.
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Landmark 19th-century suspension bridge, designed by William Tierney Clark & illuminated at night.
If you are in Budapest, you have to at least see the famous Széchenyi Chain Bridge once. It's walkable, and this is recommended. From the Pest side (the side you are on in the flat), you can walk over, watch the Danube (Duna) flow a bit, and then make your way to the funicular for a trip up to the…
Széchenyi Chain Bridge" - is the world-famous landmark of Budapest and Hungary. Chain Bridge was the first permanent bridge between Buda and Pest and also the first one across the Danube. It was built between 1839 and 1849, in the period when Budapest started to evolve from a dusty Central-European…
The Chain Bridge was the first permanent stone-bridge connecting Pest and Buda, and only the second permanent crossing on the whole length of the river Danube. It is one of the symbolic buildings of Budapest, the most widely known bridge of the Hungarian capital.
The Famous Chain Bridge. If you are interested in the castle of Buda its a must to walk through our historical bridge.
You can walk across the nicest and most famous bridge and get to the Buda side. It's especially beautiful during the evenings well lit.
Arguably the most striking of all the bridges in Budapest, twin-towered Széchenyi Chain Bridge, which is named in honour of its initiator, István Széchenyi, is particularly beautiful when lit up at night. The city's oldest span was actually built by Scotsman Adam Clark, who enjoys one of the few…
The first bridge between Buda and Pest was built by Count István Széchenyi in 1839-49
The Széchenyi Chain Bridge (Hungarian: Széchenyi lánchíd, Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈseːt͡ʃeːɲi ˈlaːnt͡shiːd]) is a chain bridge that spans the River Danube between Buda and Pest, the western and eastern sides of Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Designed by English engineer William Tierney Clark…
The luscious Chain Bridge's lions and arches are a reassuring experience in itself, I think, they are real tourist attractions. Interestingly: there is no tongue in their mouths. Everyone should have a selfie with them!