Puente de Toledo


Calle Antonio López, 37, Metro Usera, Madrid, Spain


915 69 53 56


The Puente de Toledo (Toledo Bridge) is often considered the prettiest of Madrid's historic bridges. The nine-arch bridge was built of granite in a Baroque style during the 18th century by Pedro de Ribera. Its most outstanding features are the ornate granite shrines: one of Madrid's patron saint, San Isidro, and the other of Santa María de la Cabeza. Only pedestrian traffic is permitted on the bridge.


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