Vascoda Gama Bridge was built as the longest bridge in Portugal and Europe, including viaducts. It is also the ninth longest bridge in the world. The bridge flew over the Teju Estuary to connect Lisbon with the South bank. Named after the famous navigator Dagama. Before April 25, the traffic pressure of the Dagama Bridge was too high. After the completion of the Dagama Bridge, the traffic jam between the two banks was effectively alleviated. Take Bus 708 at ParqueNa &5; esNorte Station to reach the northwest end of the bridge.
By car, it was cloudy and the sky was a little grey. There's a beautiful hotel next to it. It can be in HIGH TEA. The top level is SPA. The bridge is a bit like Macau, but many times longer than Macau. Here you can make a cable car, one way and round trip. We chose a one-way trip and didn't have to go to the next place by the way. It's about a few minutes, so friends who want to take pictures should hurry up. You can see the bridge and the ocean Pavilion on it. It's beautiful. Fashion Travel Blogger @kymico_chan
The Walsh Gooda Gamma Bridge is a very long sea-crossing bridge. It is the longest bridge in Europe at present. The bridge is like a long dragon over the sea. It is very magnificent. The height of the bridge is not high and the slope is not steep. It feels comfortable driving on it.
What a long bridge, like a giant dragon like water, the bridge is hidden in the sea, no end at all!