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Parkovy Pedestrian Bridge is one of the symbols of the city of Kyiv, and a favourite photo spot. Its distinctive silhouette is especially well seen from the observatory site near Volodymyr the Great monument. This is a light construction 400 metres...more
Across the Dnieper River, between Naberezhne Highway and Trukhaniv Island, Kiev, Ukraine
Just a delightful way to spend some time: walk (or bike) across the bridge and then meander around the island park. Trails, beach, lots of benches and places to buy food as well. Really a delightful break from the bustle of Kiev. You can also...More
This bridge is located near Shevchenko park and a number of sites so it is worth making time to see it up close if you are not in a rush. It is a great walk and is nestled beside the beach - which can get...More
On any day or evening, in all seasons, you can slowly stroll across this bridge, to walk and relax in a huge natural forested area, with small foot paths everywhere.
Also the island is surrounded by sandy beaches where you can relax and gaze at...More
The bridge looks new and stable. Only pedestrian and cyclists can cross it, which makes the walk pleasant and safe. On hot days there is a nice breeze from the river. I heard that at night it is a nice place for romantic walks. There...More
Looking down on the bridge from the park gives a really good view of if. A zigzag path leads steeply down to it. As it is a pedestrian bridge it is lovely to walk across it with good views of the river and the Sandy...More
you should realy walk on this bridge, if you visit kyiv. The view is realy nice. you are on the Dinyeper and one side is forest, other side is beach and island. Also you can catch some activity on the bridge as jumping or cycling,...More
Last summer, the bridge surface was renovated.
There are now nice red cycle tracks in the centre and green asphalt pedestrian paths on both sides. It doesn't matter. On sunny Summer weekends, the bridge is so full of people going to and fro across the...More