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We rode across this bridge every day on the bus and walked it and I had no idea it was significant until after we had left the city (Luxembourg City has a lot of stone bridges). So my only advice is to realize it's significant...More
The Pont Adolphe bridges the gorge made by the Petreus River, when at full force, it cut through the sandstone cliffs.
Now it is the Upper (Haute) area of the City.
The Lower area - leading to the Grund, is a botanical wonderland of formal...More
It seems the reviews for the 2 main bridges in Luxembourg are getting a little mixed. Just to help make a very clear difference, this bridge, Pont Adolphe does not have train tracks, the other "main attraction" bridge is Viaduc (Passerelle) which does have train...More
Pont Adolphe is easy to reach within Luxembourg city, so why not swing by? It's a perfect spot from which to enjoy Luxembourg's signature topography. Be sure to bundle up if the forecast is chilly, though — the wind can bring an extra nip with...More
Euroclear's Security depository is on one side of the bridge and Cedel's (now Clearstream) is on the Luxembourg side. Back in the day when financial securities were physically exchanged between the two an Armoured Car used to drive across this very bridge daily to exchange...More
If an artist or a poet has to write about this bridge then lot of things can be said but for us it is a bridge which represents city rich heritage which has withstood the time. Its elegance not only comes from the stle of...More
This is a bridge in the middle of the town that gives you the views that feature on postcards from Luxembourg. There is the lower city you see and the emblem building of BCEE, as well as a view over the old upper town.