Bike Touring Highlight
In the meantime, the suspension bridge has been reopened for vehicles, but they can only be used in one direction - out of town.
The cycle path in the direction of Obernzell was laid as a separate lane on the road, and a generous traffic light crossing was created for cyclists in the direction of Römerplatz.
June 9, 2019
The Luitpoldbrücke (colloquially often just called "suspension bridge") is a 208 m long suspension bridge in Passau, which connects the tip of the old town with the Angerstraße below the Oberhaus fortress shortly before the Ilz joins the Danube. The structure has spanned the Danube at river kilometer 2225.750 since 1910 with a span of 126 m.  On the south side, the suspension cables are routed over a pylon and anchored in the ground with anchor blocks, on the north side they are anchored in a rock wall below the Oberhaus fortress.
June 18, 2021
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