The Liberty bridge or Freedom bridge spans the Danube and is one of four which connects the city center.Build in the late 19th Century and opened by Franz Joseph, it is perhaps the most aesthetically pleasing of the Budapest bridges.
The bridge carries great volumes of traffic daily and there are plans to convert it solely to foot traffic. The Germans damaged the structure retreating from the city in WW2 and it was repaired along with the other Danunbe crossings.
From the Buda side, cross the Danube and a short way on the right you will come to the City Food Markets. This is a good place to stop for lunch or to buy some souvenirs. Hang on to your hat when crossing as there is sometimes a good breeze blowing.
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