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While walking the promenade, we spotted this beautiful bridge. It's quite the sight when all the lights are lit. There's an exterior staircase one can climb to the top, but I'm not sure why anybody would... it's just scary and exposed!
TThis bridge is spectacular and well worth seeing. Its next to the wine museum. I walked across and also crossed it by bus a few times.It appears to have a viewing gallery but you may have to walk up hundred of stairs
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It was a perfect day; the weather could not have been better, and then this gorgeous white tower bridge appeared! We've seen it in both the up and lowered positions but did not witness it transitioning. It takes awhile so this is something requiring access...More
The bridge is attractive enough, but it takes on a whole new persona when the cruise ships need to pass. The bridge was closed for a few hours one Thursday. It was advertised on signs along the approach road, and at the appointed hour, was...More
Two really easy ways to view this beauty. Hop on the B Line tram and get off at the Cité du Vin or catch the bat3 from Stalingrad or Quinconces. The bat3 will cruise under the bridge on its way to Lormont Bas. The tram...More
The bridge itself is astonishing, the widest lift bridge in Europe. What made it a not to be missed phenomenon was the lift at night to let an ocean cruiser through and the coincidental demonstration of about 100 computer controlled drones performing a light show...More