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Nicely construction

Nicely constructed bridge. Primarily used to go to other side of river which has a big public park... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Bridge to Spa Island

Walk from the city centre to Kupelny ostrov via Kolonadovy most. It could be in a better condition... read more

Reviewed 29 April 2018
Lenka S
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The Colonnade Bridge is a bridge over the Vah river in Piestany and it connects the town to the Spa Island. It is the longest covered bridge in Slovakia and a preeminent Functionalist construction with many precious art objects.
Pieshtany, Piestany 921 01, Slovakia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Nicely constructed bridge. Primarily used to go to other side of river which has a big public park along with world famous natural mud spa institutes.

Thank ecquando
Reviewed 4 May 2018

When you walk north from the west bank of the bridge you will pass both the city park and the Dom Umenia (cultural center). Across from Dom Umenia is a pedestrian bridge that takes you to an island that extends for many kilometers between the...More

Thank DCChalupa
Reviewed 29 April 2018 via mobile

Walk from the city centre to Kupelny ostrov via Kolonadovy most. It could be in a better condition but still impressive and must visit. Do not miss the crutch-breaker statue at the bridge footstep, an original symbol of Piestany Spa

Thank Lenka S
Reviewed 3 April 2018

When communism ruled Slovakia and the former other republics, the Spa island here in Piestany was a place to visit for its healing properties, and the free healthcare/massages and treatments that were given to the Slovaks by the ruling communists. I guess this bridge was...More

Thank MobiusTraveller
Reviewed 19 March 2018

This bridge has an interesting local history, ask the locals to tell you, it has a few little shops and swans on the river that always like to be fed. Look out for the old lady who sells popcorn , it's delicious, she usually stands...More

Thank 5a1
Reviewed 6 November 2017

I have to say that when you visit Piestany, you should really go to see the bridge. There are two glass vitrages which have been saved before the explosion took place in 1945. The vitrages were cut off in the middle of the night by...More

Thank paokaki
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

I liked the music and atmosphere at this bridge and it also leads to thermal water center. You can see the river Vah with swamps and ducks trully beautiful.

Thank MilosStepita
Reviewed 18 July 2017

This bridge over river Váh connects the town to the Spa Island.This bridge has interesting design reminding us of good old times with people walking around the spa enjoying relax. At the western side of this bridge there is the most known symbol of Piešťany,...More

Thank Salenka_blog
Reviewed 18 July 2017 via mobile

This beautiful old bridge is stunning! Linking spa island with the town centre of Piestany it reminds me of a British seaside town pier. Well worth a stroll across.

Thank Janice D
Reviewed 8 May 2017 via mobile

My wife, her family, and I walked along the bridge and took in the sights on our way to the Parkland on the spa Island. It offers nice views down on the Riverwalk along with a couple shops. There are constantly ducks and swans down...More

Thank Chas M
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