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The Pont Alexandre III is a deck arch bridge that spans the Seine in Paris. It connects the Champs-Élysées quarter with those of the Invalides and Eiffel Tower. The bridge is widely regarded as the most ornate, extravagant bridge in the city. It is classified as a French Monument historique since 1975.
a month ago
The bridge offers really nice panoramic views of the city of Paris along the Seine and is a really nice walk to experience. It’s open all the time and is really beautiful during any time of the day, especially during sunrise or sunset when the sun reflects against the view of the city or at night when the city is all lit up. Its proximity to all the main attractions of the city of Paris, makes it a prime location for those spending time in the city. Though it’s nice for a leisurely walk, at times, especially when the weather gets nicer and warmer, there may be more people along the walkway, since there are both walkers and cyclers that cross the bridge, so it may not be that favorable to some for a walk during that time. Also, the bridge can get cold during the winter as well as in the beginning of spring. Overall, bridge is stunning, and is a great opportunity for photos!
6 days ago
It is a good spot for tourist taking pic. Safe and cozy place. It's historical bridge and brings us to feel living in the past..
2 months ago
My favourite bridge in Paris with its ornate gilded figurines, its beautiful old-world street lights and it has a great view of the Eiffel tower. Crossing the Seine to the left bank one sees the dome of Les Invalides directly ahead. A very spectacular night time vision.
18 days ago
Super awesome! This is mentioned as one of the most ornate bridges in France and it is. Tons of people are always taking pictures and rightfully so. This is also by Grand Palais and Les Invalides. It is very well decorated and a very famous spot to take pictures.
a month ago
This bridge can be better if enjoyed in Summer, it is well lit during most of the hours since it resides in the centrum of Paris, and attracts millions of visitors for being so close to the museums as well.