Puente De Isabel Ii, Seville

About Puente De Isabel Ii, Seville

Puente De Isabel Ii, Seville - Address

Address: 41010 Seville, Sevilla, Spain

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Connecting the Triana neighbourhood to Central Seville, this historical iron bridge sees a lot of traffic. It was built in 1852 during the reign of Isabella II of Spain and was famous for being the first solid bridge across this river. The previous bridge was a floating bridge made of boats. It is now considered a National Historical Landmark. The pretty arches of the bridge make it an excellent photography subject, especially at sunrise and sunset. But there is not much else to do here.

How To reach Puente De Isabel Ii by Public Transport

  • Bus 43 stop San Jorge (Altozano).
  • Bus 40, 41, 43, C5 stop Reyes Catolicos (Pastor y Landero).
  • Tram T1 stop Plaza Nueva.
  • Subway L1 stop Puerta de Jerez.

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Puente De Isabel Ii, Seville Reviews - Write a Review

  • The most forgettable bridge of my life. I honestly don't understand why this is a tourist attraction. It's just a boring plain old bridge. Definitely skip this while in Seville.

  • Great bridge. A few people have been locking up padlocks on the handrails with their names inscribed. Super cute.

  • Charming area of Old Sevilla. It was 1 of my favorite areas during our visit. Very nice market too. Right at the base of the bridge. Charming and lovely atmosphere.

  • Beautiful place to take a picnic, draw and go for a nice walk along the water

  • Salad was not great looked like something from the supermarket. All the rest (salmorejo, beans) was excellent

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