"Elizabeth Bridge" Erszébet Hid - Elizabeth Bridge Tip by Djinn76


Named after the queen killed in 1898 This is indeed called Erzebet Hid in Hungarian.
The original bridge had been built at the end of the 19th century and untill 1926, it was then the Europe's largest single-arched bridge.
Blown up during WW2, another bridge has been open in 1964.

On the Buda side, you'll find two wonderful open-air places to go out during the night: the Rudas Romket and the Rakert.

Directions: Erszebet bridge

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  • Updated Feb 21, 2004
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