This is a great old bridge rebuilt after it was bombed in WWII with many of the original rocks. A nice place to hang out on a hot day. The huge river gives a nice cooling effect.
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Within all those awesome archetectural juwels in Verona we did not see Ponte Pietra as a highlight. Yes, its a nice old bridge delivering a nice view over the Etsch river as other bridges offer as well and is in our mind not as awesome...More
An area where many people cross and you can view the ducks and gulls in the river. There are not boats of any kind that we saw in the water.
This is a interesting bridge that is free of cars which is nice. You get some great views from the bridge of the river and buildings of the old city and you can get some good photos. You can access the old roman theatre from...More
While walking through town on our way to the Roman Ruin’s by the river, we passed over the city's original Roman Bridge, called Ponte Pietra. Originally built from Stone by the Romans, the Bridge has been destroyed many times through the ages, today it is...More
more than 2,000 years old. Partly rebuilt by the Austrians (the white marble is the original one - the brick part is more recent), is a piece of art to be admired at the sunset. You may also want to stop by the Trattoria al...More
It`s not like the famous Carol bridge in Prague, but it`s also very old and popular, especially among locals. The river Adige below has also rafting possibilities as one can notice from the bridge.
We visited the Ponte Pietra at night time and walked over it and took this night picture from the bridge opposite. It is well lit by floodlights so you can get a great view. This bridge was built in 100BC making it the oldest bridge...More