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Named after the famous 15th-century explorer, Vasco da Gama, this immense cable-stayed bridge across the Tagus River is eleven miles long, and punctuated with more than seven miles of bridges and viaducts.
We wanted to experience crossing this bridge by motorcycle just for fun. It's well worth making the effort, but some of the Portuguese drivers made if feel pretty scary though. If you cross North to South, then it's free. We took the opportunity to extend...More
My family visited there on June 13 evening. It’s our last visited place of Lisbon tour before leaving to Spain. These bridge was smart and amazing long bridge across the sea. Thanks to our tour guide John to driven up and down over the bridge.
This bridge was the longest bridge in Europe until the Crimean Bridge opened in 2018. However, after looking at both the pictures, I personally think that this bridge is way more beautiful to look at.
We drove across this bridge on our drive to Evora....More
If one wants to salute the human efforts the 19 km long Vasco da Gama bridge in Lisbon is worth visiting. Get down at Oriente Metro station. Alternatively there are many bus routes from the city centre which terminate at Oriente metro station. It is...More