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It’s a bridge, and that’s all it is. Not really special or overwhelmingly beautiful. When it was finished it gots a lot of attention because people thought it wasn’t strong enough for the weight of the traffic. But it’s still standing. With Porto Bridge Climb...More
.... and not for the first time do I find such in Porto.
Another possibility in terms of fording the picturesque river Douro.
And yet despite it's overtly concrete construction it remains pleasing on the eye - well worth taking in as part of a...More
Ponte da Arrabida is an impressive bridge. When it was constructed it was the largest concrete arch bridge in the world! Anywhere you look at this bridge from, it is quite huge! Unfortunately we could not walk across the bridge, but we took a good...More
Walked west alongside the river from Vila Nova de Gaia. Read on Google that there were lifts to the top of the bride and pedestrians can walk across. This is out of date. The lifts are no more and the top level of the bridge...More
It is worth looking for the entrance, especially if you climb from the bottom with Avenida Gustavo Eiffel. It is a road bridge with a high-speed route so be careful. The view both ways is amazing. It is worth descending on the other side and...More
We crossed this bridge a couple of times by public service bus during our holiday vacation, as we were staying at a hotel on the other side of the river in Vila Nova de Gaia. We also viewed the bridge from many different points on...More
This bridge is concrete (Dom Luis is steel) but it still conveys a lacy pattern visible when traveling across it. Built in the 1960's, assume this to be state of the art design.
Find this bridge down a bit from the Dom Luis bridge.