Szechenyi Chain Bridge

budapest, hungary


Szechenyi Chain Bridge

budapest, hungary

Famous for: Bridges, Architecture, Iconic Sites
Szechenyi Chain Bridge is a famous drawbridge or suspension bridge over River Danube extending between Buda and Pest. This chain bridge is an iconic landmark in Budapest and holds a great economical, social and cultural significance in Berlin.
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Szechenyi Chain Bridge is one of the popular landmarks of Budapest. It is a suspension bridge over River Danube between Buda and Pest. Its construction was proposed by Count István Széchenyi, and thus bridge is named after him.

Attractions Near the Chain Bridge

Castle Bazaar & Royal Gardens: houses buildings, gardens, an underground event centre, cafes and restaurants

Clark Adam Square: Square at the Buda end of the Chain Bridge. The funicular departs up to Castle District from the square

Szechenyi Square: Has Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace

Shoes on the Danube: 60 pairs of cast iron shoes as a memorial to Hungarian Jews shot into the daube in 1944-45

Danube Promenade: Lined with cafés and luxury hotels 


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Széchenyi Lánchíd Budapest Hungary
City center: Váci Street
Nearest airport: Budapest Airport

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