A Quiet Walk On The Alameda Bridge

21 February 2013By 4 Comments

Walking from the hotel to the city centre in Valencia was quite long but it wasn’t so crowded that night so we took our time to look around. We passed through Alameda Bridge and we admired its arch while walking on the bridge.

Alameda Bridge in Valencia, Spain

It’s something on this bridge that made me curious – what was under it?! There’s a stair on the side so I went down. Quite dark to see the entire place though I saw one riding a bicycle and passed under the bridge.

The Alameda Bridge

Simple. Interesting. Fascinating.

Alameda Bridge, Valencia

Designed by Santiago Calatrava, the Alameda Bridge was built in 1991 and completed in 1995. He also designed the Turning Torso in Sweden.

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These are photos from our winter roadtrip on 27 December 2012 – 06 January 2013
Destination: Valencia, Spain

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  1. SEO says:

    Very cool bridge I have always liked architecture and bridges.

  2. Such a beautiful place and it’s good to see someone riding a bicycle rather than sniffing glue right?

  3. dlysen says:

    Nice view, I am wondering if someday I can walk there with my friends. Matagal narin ako hindi nakadalaw sa blog mo. Thanks
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