The Principado de Andorra Bridge crosses the Manzanares river in the Madrid Río Park. A footbridge that joins other historic bridges as a way to link neighbourhoods and districts. The Andorra bridge is one of 17 bridges that were part of the Madrid Río Park urban development plan to improve the mobility of pedestrians and cyclists and the connections with the banks of the river and the nearby neighbourhoods of the Arganzuela and Latina districts.
This footbridge is made in iron and it has a wooden floor that evokes the railway pontoons of the 19th century. It is formed by three arms that add up to a total length of 100 metres, connecting the Salón de Pinos of Madrid Río Park. It has two viewpoints and at night it has a monumental lighting installation.
Its image, in the form of a letter Y has been associated with the shape of the Pyrenean country, which has two valleys that converge into one. It was given its name in response to a tribute paid to the capital by the authorities of Andorra when they gave the name “Madrid Bridge” to a footbridge in Andorra la Vella.
Fill out and process the form for an Announced action (in spanish only) or a Permit for occupation of the public thoroughfare (in spanish only). For more information on these permits and how to process them, please consult the webpage “How to film in Madrid?”.
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