Swietokrzyski Bridge and Warsaw City Centre
The Świętokrzyski Bridge is a 479-meter long cable-stayed bridge over the Vistula river in Warsaw, linking the district Powiśle and Praga Północ. It’s the first suspended cable bridge in the capital of Poland, named after the Świętokrzyska street in the vicinity. With its beautiful shape and views, the Bridge is one of the most striking spots in Warsaw. It’s accessible to everyone by foot, by car, or by bike, and people can easily snap a good photo of the Vistula river on the bridge. A stroll across the bridge also offers panoramic views of the Old Town. One can see the majestic Royal Castle, colorful tenement houses, Saint Florian’s cathedral with bronze spires as well as two other bridges across the river from there. By night, the bridge is illuminated by colorful light and becomes a shining landmark of the city. The Świętokrzyski Bridge is a great place to take a good picture of this green and vibrant city, don’t miss out on this romantic spot.