The most beautiful footbridges in the worldPictolic
Walking through this picturesque bridges, you can admire the views from these stunning views and breathtaking landscapes. We invite you to a virtual journey!
Peak Walk, Switzerland. This stunning bridge is a suspension bridge with a length of 107 meters long, connects the two peaks of the Swiss Alps — Scex Rouge peak and Glacier 3000 — ... at the height of 3000 meters. (Photo: DENIS BALIBOUSE/Newscom/Reuters).
280 m long bridge in the form of human DNA that can only be seen in Singapore. In the evening the incredible atmosphere of the bridge Helix gives computer-controlled lighting. (Photo By Suhaimi Abdullah/Getty Images).
The rope bridge Carrick-a-rede in Ireland, built by local fishermen, stretches over 30-meter precipice. (Photo by LOCOG/Getty Images).
Trift bridge in Switzerland is the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the Alps. It is located above lake Triftsee, and its length is 170 meters. (Photo: Urs Flueeler/AP Photo).
Bridge Benson in the US. 14-meter-long bridge built over a waterfall Multnomah in Oregon. (Photo By Wolfgang Kaehler/LightRocket/Getty Images).
Bridge Henderson Waves in Singapore. Wavy 275-meter long bridge over Henderson road is equipped with a very beautiful led lights. (Photo: TIM CHONG/Newscom/Reuters).
Suspension bridge, which is called "In the trees", is located in the Valley of the Giants, in Australia. This amazing bridge was built to the visitors of the National Park Walpole-Nornalup in Perth could walk and admire the canopy of giant eucalyptus trees. (Photo: REX Features).
The Millennium bridge in Gateshead, England. The world's first tilting bridge over the river Tyne, which has won many architectural awards. Local residents use it for Hiking and Cycling of Gateshead to Newcastle. (Photo By Stu Forster/Getty Images).
Langkawi sky bridge, Malaysia. Located 700 metres above sea level, curved bridge leads to the top of Gunung Mat Cincang. From the bridge, whose length is 125 meters, extends a breathtaking view of the Andaman sea. (Photo: UIG /Getty Images).
Capilano suspension bridge in Canada. Built in 1889, the bridge is at a height of 70 metres above the Capilano river, and seems to lie on the tops of the trees of the virgin forest. (Photo: Rich Wheater/Aurora Photos/Corbis).
Largest suspension bridge Kokonoe "Yume" in Japan, is currently the longest suspension bridge in the world. Its length is 390 meters, and height — 173. The bridge stretches stunning views of the waterfalls and the surrounding forests Shindonotaki Kyusuikei. (Photo: UIG /Getty Images).
Root bridge Cherrapunji in India. This is the most amazing natural bridge in the world, which was made by the Khasi tribe. The roots of rubber trees surrounding the locals sent so that over time they grew into a strong, natural bridges that can hold 50 people. (Photo: Amos Chapple/Getty Images).
Peace bridge in Georgia. An arched bridge, designed by Italian architect Michel De Lucchi, is located on the Kura river in Tbilisi. The design of the bridge was made in Italy and transported to the construction site of 200 trucks. (Photo: David Sucsy/Getty Images).
The most Anime in South Korea. This arch bridge over the cheonjiyeon waterfall on Jeju island, with 14 statues of the nymphs who play various musical instruments. (Photo: Jupiterimages/Getty Images).
Nesciobrug in the Netherlands. This is the longest Bicycle and pedestrian bridge in Europe. Its length is 780 meters. The bridge passes over the Amsterdam-Rijnkanaal and connects two districts: Amsterdam-Oost and in IJburg. (Photo: Richard Wareham Fotografie/Getty Images).
Stone bridge in Spain. Stone bridge is the only road connecting the island of San Juan de Gaztelugatxe with the mainland. Traveling over the ocean bridge leads to a skit with a small Church. (Photo: Getty Images).
Bridge Women in Argentina. The inspiration for the shape of the bridge, designed by architect Santiago Calatrava, was the movement of couple dancing tango. 160-meter-long bridge is located over the Rio de La Plata in Buenos Aires. (Photo By Diego Giudice/Bloomberg).
Tree Top Canopy Walk Malaysia. A 300-meter bridge is set amidst the treetops of the rainforest on the island of Borneo. It has an observation deck, where you can admire the forest, which... more than 130 million years. (Photo: Andrea Pistolesi/Getty Images).
Royal Gorge Bridge in the United States. Built in 1929, the 385-meter bridge over the Arkansas river in Colorado, is one of the most popular attractions of the region. Royal Gorge Bridge, with a height of 305 metres was the tallest bridge in the world 1929 to 2001. (Photo: David Zalubowski/AP Photo).
Tigbao hanging bridge in the Philippines. The bridge looks like she's about to fall apart, however, is only an appearance. Hanging at a height of 25 meters above the Loboc river, the bridge is made of metal. Bamboo finish is only the outer layer of the design. (Photo: OTHK/Getty Images).
The Rialto bridge in Venice. This is one of the most famous bridges in the world and a very popular tourist attraction. Rialto bridge, which is located right on the Grand canal, was originally made of wood. The present stone structure was built in 1588 — 1591 under the guidance of the architect Antonio da Ponte. (Photo: Manuel Silvestri/Reuters).
Chengyang bridge in China, also known as the Rainy Yongji bridge or bridge was built in 1916 over the Linxi river in the Sanjiang region. It is made of wood and stone, and its height is 65 metres. (Photo: REX Features).
Old bridge in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Built in 1566, arch bridge is a classical example of Ottoman architecture. During the war between Croatia and Bosnia in 1993, the bridge was destroyed. The old bridge was restored only in 2004 year. (Photo: Kelly Chang Travel Photography/Getty Images).
Pont-du-Gard in France. This Roman bridge, which has stood the test of time, listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO. Built in ancient times on the river Gard, a three-level bridge is one of the most famous tourist attractions in France. (Photo: REX Features).