The Pedestrian Bridge has already become a real symbol of Uzhgorod. Earlier, during the 17th–19th centuries, the bridge was wooden and in 1898 the first iron bridge was built.

Take your time and stop for a few minutes on the pedestrian bridge to appreciate the Old and New parts of the town and the longest alley of linden trees in Europe.

There’s also a new tradition among the city’s youth that’s associated with the pedestrian bridge, consisting of blacksmith’s works of art, hearts of different shapes and padlocks which symbolize the love and trust of newlyweds.