Széchenyi Chain Bridge

Budapest, Hungary
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Suspension bridge over the Danube River, connecting the two parts of the city. It was built by the British architect W.T. Clark in 1849. After World War II, the bridge was rebuilt with donations from citizens. The length of the structure is 380 meters, width - 14.8 meters. A spectacular view of Budapest opens from the bridge, here you can take many successful photographs. In the evenings, elegant lights turn on.
Széchenyi Chain Bridge
Széchenyi Chain Bridge
Széchenyi Chain Bridge
Address:Budapest, Széchenyi Lánchíd


When I think about Budapest, one of the things which comes to mind is Chain Bridge. It's the beauty of Budapest city. One of the most amazing bridge in Budapest at Danube river. Unique structure and Unique history. Full of tourists day time especiall.. Read more »


The bridge itself is one of the most wonderful and beautiful in whole Europe. It is not long to walk, about 5 minutes. From one of the side you can picture gracious long tunnel and from the other side it is 2 tram. Its route Laura among the most wond.. Read more »


An iconic bridge in Budapest. Perfect for photography lovers. When you think back about your trip to this city, the Chain Bridge quickly comes in mind. It doesn't matter the viewpoint to the bridge. It is perfect from everywhere.


nice old large bridge in Budapest and in my opinion the best one there. It used by car but also from pedestrians at the sides of the bridge.At the begining and at the end there are lions statues.It's a nice place to take photos of the Danube and of c.. Read more »


Beautiful old style bridge, originally built in 1849 and rebuilt in 1949, using chains at the ends of the bridge to anchor the structure. (Suspension bridge) Great place to cross the Duna since it has tourist attractions on both sides of it. Gorgeou.. Read more »


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