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It's a short walk from the town centre, but the only wooden bridge across the river is definitely... read more

Reviewed July 13, 2018
Reykjavik, Iceland
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Nice piece of engineering. In the middle of the bridge is the border sign. It's nice to walk into... read more

Reviewed November 11, 2017
Paul L
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Vaduz 9490, Liechtenstein
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Reviewed July 13, 2018

It's a short walk from the town centre, but the only wooden bridge across the river is definitely worth a visit, as it's in great surroundings, and quite fun to walk across! There's a signpost half way along so you can have your photo taken...More

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Reviewed July 7, 2018

We made a day trip to Vaduz from Zurich to check off another country. After walking the small town center of Vaduz which took all of 20 minutes, we walked about 15 - 20 minutes to see the bridge. It is pretty cool since you...More

Thank PandaHouston
Reviewed June 26, 2018

When my wife and I knew we were visiting Vaduz in Liechtenstein, and heard about this bridge, we were quite excited about it! One of the first things we did after arriving in Vaduz was to visit the Liechtenstein Center for directions on how to...More

Thank thetravellingmanUk
Reviewed April 25, 2018

Lovely old wooden bridge that acts as a border walkway between Liechtenstein and Switzerland. Lots of cyclists buzzing in and out of it with some popular routes either side of the river. There is a small car park just a few yards away with free...More

1  Thank LondonTravellerUK
Reviewed December 30, 2017

Wow! This is an old bridge in Vaduz, Liechtenstein that crosses a river into Switzerland in the middle of the bridge. You can have one foot in Liechtenstein and the other in Switzerland - and the architecture of this old bridge is beautiful!

1  Thank glenuehlein
Reviewed November 11, 2017 via mobile

Nice piece of engineering. In the middle of the bridge is the border sign. It's nice to walk into another country. it's still in use for cyclists as wel

1  Thank Paul L
Reviewed October 6, 2017

This Wooden Old Rhine Bridge connects the Vaduz (Capital of Liechtenstein) and Sevelen Municipalities in Switzerland. The 135 meters o unpainted construction was completed in 1901. Currently entrance is only permitted to the pedestrians and cyclists offering a path in to Switzerland from Liechtenstein. Better...More

Thank SkyFlight
Reviewed September 26, 2017

This old bridge was definitely the best attraction we have visited in Vaduz. We admired interesting construction, but also amazing views to the mountains and of course Rhine river and its interesting color. We spent about 1 hour walking along the banks, taking pictures, learning...More

Thank EvaF2Eva
Reviewed September 4, 2017

I really wanted to stop and take a closer look at the bridge, but there is ZERO convenient parking on either side of it, not even a pull off somewhat nearby; the closest parking on the Vaduz size is at the soccer stadium about a...More

Thank JCW703
Reviewed August 7, 2017

No parking anywhere! Plus no information about when built. Looks pretty cool and great to be in between the two country but several other bridges that are easier.

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