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Liberty Bridge (Szabadsag hid)

Vamhaz Korut, Budapest, Hungary
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

It's worth taking a look at this bridge when you visit the central market. There are also a number of tram stops near by. There is a lot of detail on this pretty bridge, so take your camera. I think it is one of the...More

Thank Di B
Reviewed June 21, 2017

budapest has a lot of brisges: liberty bridge is one of these and it links pest and buda. from the central market in pest you can walk across this brisge to reach the gellert hotel and the citadella.

Thank giadaedavide
Reviewed June 21, 2017

If you are in the area, worth a walk across the bridge. Feel the rumble of the trams as they cross. Admire the uniquire structure of the bridge. Beware of cycle traffic that shares the same roadbed with pedestrians. Unique views of the Buda side...More

Thank MacBritishColumbia
Reviewed June 21, 2017

Just like the other bridges on the Danube, it is worth taking a picture of with the city in the background and the river underneath.

Thank arkahalder23
Reviewed June 20, 2017

especially when lit at night. It is one of the seven in Budapest and Liberty is also exceptional in its engineering.

Thank 28hannah2017
Reviewed June 19, 2017

We leaved on the Gellert hotel so our nabour in a way was the bridge. Nice too look on from different places like my room at hotel. Or stay at the bridge or Citadella as some examples. The weekend when we was there it was...More

Thank Baross
Reviewed June 19, 2017

The Liberty Bridge has a such a flare, which is very rare. In this summer, it will be open to the public during the week-ends, serving only as a pedestrian bridge. You have to walk through from Pest to Buda to enjoy the amazing view...More

Thank OZS969
Reviewed June 18, 2017

We walked to the market from our hotel and it is a very beautiful bridge.The Freedom Bridge, also often called Liberty Bridge, was the third permanent bridge built in Budapest over the river Danube. The green painted iron bridge is one of the city's most...More

Thank Felleng
Reviewed June 18, 2017 via mobile

I won't pretend to know of any of the historical significance of this bridge. However, I will attest to its beautiful pale green color, which is even more beautiful at night. The bridge is right next to the grand market on the Pest side, so...More

Thank travelingteacher808
Reviewed June 16, 2017 via mobile

Take a bus or walk over the bridge and admire the lovely view of both Buda and Pest sides of the river.

Thank Elke M
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Response from Marta R | Reviewed this property |
There was some kind of tram construction work going on in early july so the bridge was closed to traffic. Anyway there are always side routes for pedestrians. The bridge is quite small, I would say 5m if you don't want to... More
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