The Margaret Bridge in Budapest is very beautiful. Compared with the Chain Bridge, it looks like a slender woman, more compact and delicate. There are also yellow trams passing by on this bridge, which can be photographed at close range, but the speed is not slow, pay attention to safety, and you can see the Parliament Building.
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Our cruise ship docked on the banks of the Danube and walked along the Danube, not hard to find, there are quite a few bridges linking Buda and Pest. The city is still very convenient for transportation and the bridges are beautifully built.
The Margaret Bridge is divided into two parts, at an angle of 165 degrees, with a small bridge extending between them to Margaret Island. The rising Poyang, the bridge is covered with warm gold. The highest realm of life should be not to be happy with things or not to be sad. However, I will be happy to see the beautiful scenery.
The second permanent bridge above the Danube (built in 1872-1876), connects not only the two sides of the city, but also the gate of the Margaret Island.
I used to walk this bridge almost every day during my summer job, crossing from Buda to Pest and back again. Aside from the castle district, there may not be a better view of Parliament at night than the one from Margit bridge. The trams clank by, the Danube reflects the city's lights, and people on the boats slinking beneath the bridge wave to everyone looking out over the water. It may be one of the more simple structures in the city, but the view is stunning.
Not as nice as the other main bridges along the river but it gets you to beautiful Margaret island!
The bridge is very big, and there are statues on both sides of the piers. At night, it crosses the river like a wide avenue.