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“Another Danube crossing”
Review of Margaret Bridge

Margaret Bridge
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Owner description: Scenic arch bridge (circa 1876) connecting the southern part of Budapest with Margaret Island, the city's popular island park and recreation area.
Reviewed December 16, 2012

This bridge has little in the way of design, unlike the Chain and Petöfi bridges. The Art Deco-style accouterments and curves are fine and dandy, but not nearly as unique as the others around the city. It's worth a visit for the island it connects to.

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Reviewed November 28, 2012

It is a beautiful bridge over the Donau. and we enjoyed the view from it.
We went to Bridge on a hop on and hop of tour which can be highly recomended. The tickets for the tour last 48 hours and the audio information you get is very good and the voice in the audio set is very easy understandable with very clear pronaunciation. The information is also avaiable on - I think 15 other languages

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Reviewed November 11, 2012

The Margaret Bridge is a beautiful bridge in Hungary, and it was recently renewed. U can go there with the tram 4/6 or as we did, with the ship from the north or southern parts of Budapest. It's really worth to try the ships, the view is beautyful. And if you are there, you must visit a Margaret Island, which is the most refreshing green area in the middle of the city.

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Reviewed August 2, 2012

The Margaret Bridge, or Margit hid as the Hungarians calls it, is a beautiful bridge spanning the river on the Ring Street between Buda and Pest. The bridge is open to pedestrians, and the 4/6 Tram, which runs 24/7, also crosses it and makes a stop mid-bridge for visitors to disembark to visit Margaret Island, a popular recreational green space in the middle of the Danube.

The views of both Buda and Pest from the bridge are fabulous, especially at night, when, if you are traveling towards Buda you will see Castle Hill and the Matyas Templom all lit up and glorious, and where, if traveling towards Pest, you will see the Parliament Building lit up just as gloriously. It's a major Budapest landmark and one of Budapest's prettiest bridges, after the Chain Bridge of course, and no one should visit Budapest without crossing the river here, even if it's only on the tram to catch a glimpse of the beautiful view.

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Reviewed June 2, 2012

Margaret Bridge is a good-looking bridge, but not as iconic as the Chain Bridge. It serves a good purpose on delivering people across the Danube, in cars, trams, on foot, or on bicycle. You can access Margaret Island and its recreational opportunities from the exit in the middle of the bridge.

Thank ken r
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