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Pont de Pierre

Bordeaux, France
+33 5 56 00 66 00
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161 - 170 of 197 reviews

Reviewed April 18, 2014

A great walk secially on a sunny day . The construction of the bridge is also something to marvel. We were staying near the railway station and the walk was a long one but it enabled us to take in the flavors and the scenery...More

1  Thank kakati_a
Reviewed April 7, 2014

It makes for a lovely walk after dinner - we went on foot one way up to where the lion is, and then took a tram back to our hotel which was near St Katherine's street. Makes for some really nice pictures in night time,...More

1  Thank Charchit A
Reviewed March 17, 2014

If you cross the bridge you can take beautiful pictures of the old city. Take a bike or enjoy the walk, and then enjoy a nice beer on the other side :)

2  Thank jekoland
Reviewed January 9, 2014

So we had not ventured across the river and decided to take the tram over to see Bordeaux from across the river. Explored the Right Bank for a few hours and decided to walk back. Really a different perspective than the tram. A bit of...More

Thank mitch w
Reviewed January 4, 2014

Perhaps prettier at night. An amazing architectural work and lovely site to see in Bordeaux. It´s pretty long, but offers great views of the city.

1  Thank lpkspain
Reviewed December 10, 2013

Crossing the bridge is really nice. You can take the tram A to the next station after the bridge, look at the big Lion scupture, and then walk back towards the city center, and get a great view on the quais and old buildings. You...More

1  Thank Lola_2008France
Reviewed October 18, 2013

This is an impressive bridge over the Garonne, whose construction was ordered by Napoleon I ("First Empire") but which was built slightly later. The views from the bridge are breathtaking, and the bridge itself a great example of the Napoleonic architecture which is evident all...More

1  Thank stevo750
Reviewed October 15, 2013

A must for all visitors to Bordeaux! Cross this beautiful bridge during the day and in the evening. For avid walkers start at Pont de Pierre & walk along the river (on either side) to the new bridge "Le Pont Jacques Chaban Delmas" returning on...More

1  Thank Wakacje184
Reviewed October 13, 2013

Pretty Napoleonic bridge connecting the Bourse area with Place Stalingrad. Best use is to park under the bridge on the side opposite Bordeaux near Stalingrad and walk across to the city, saving fighting the traffic that can clog up the Quay. Some good restaurants on...More

Thank LesH211
Reviewed September 30, 2013

The river front at Bordeaux is wonderful for a long walk. For us, the final good bit was crossing the bridge,and pausing in the middle to admire the spectacular view - it's truly magnificant. On a boat trip on the Garonne, which incidentally is worth...More

1  Thank Chris C
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