Margaret Bridge (Margaret Island)

The beautiful Margaret Island in the Danube River, which is located between Buda and Pest, offers a calm hideaway within the city. Pedestrian promenades wind their way through parkland, through the remnants of a Dominican convent that dates back to the 13th century, past an art nouveau water tower, and past a musical fountain and a small zoo. In addition, there are walking trails, thermal spas, and swimming pools available. The arrival of summer heralds the arrival of temporary eateries and bars, as well as live performances.

In Budapest, Hungary, the Margaret Bridge, also known as Margit hd, is a three-way bridge that spans the Danube, connects Buda and Pest on opposite sides of the river, and connects Margaret Island to the banks. It is the public bridge in Budapest that is both the second-northernmost and the second-oldest.

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