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Eliza wrote a review Aug 2020
Munich, Germany51 contributions4 helpful votes
A beautiful car-free bridge adorned with statues of people in various balancing acts upon the cables. Perfect for a night stroll after dinner in Krasimerz!
Date of experience: July 2020
pawel_hbg wrote a review Jun 2020
Sopot, Poland6,807 contributions622 helpful votes
This bridge above Vistula river is joining one of the most interesting districts of Krakow- Kazimierz and Podgórze.
Date of experience: June 2020
Wandering Scotsman wrote a review Feb 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom84 contributions66 helpful votes
It's a beautiful bridge into the Ghetto area, some interesting statues adorn the top of the bridge and along the walkway is covered in padlock's placed by young and old lovers alike.. a romantic place to visit if you're in Krakow with your partner, I'd recommend visiting it at night time when its beautifully lit up.…
Date of experience: February 2020
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Tom J wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom1,375 contributions803 helpful votes
The Father Bernatek Footbridge is probably one of the most interesting footbridges you can see. Located at the south of the old town Krakow and connecting to the Jewish Ghetto (Podgorze) area it is widely used by tourists and locals alike. The think that sets this bridge apart from any other is the "floating" acrobatic statues it has. Effortlessly balanced on wire these statues appear to be performing right in front of your eyes and move with the wind. A beautiful installation that really does capture your attention. The bridge also has thousands of "love locks" that line each side. Whilst not an original feature seeing the varying age, sizes and styles of these can be somewhat interesting also.…
Date of experience: January 2020
nikkiwestgate wrote a review Jan 2020
Havant, United Kingdom17 contributions16 helpful votes
This is a beautiful footbridge over the Vistula river. Padlocks of varying ages line the sides. Suspended sculptures of gymnasts artistically float above. A must for visitors to see.
Date of experience: December 2019