Budapest is divided into two parts Buda ( on the left) and Pest ( on
the right ) by Danube.
In front Elizabeth Bridge. This suspension bridge bears the name of Elizabeth of Wittelsbach, the wife of Franz-Josef, Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary, namely Sissy.
Farther the Chain Bridge, the city's oldest bridge, is also called Széchenyi Bridge, after the person who commissioned its construction.
Farthest the Margaret Bridge is the work of French engineer Ernest Goulin, who with the Batignoles Construction firm was chosen from the other foreign candidates to carry out the project. The work began in 1872 and was finished in 1876.
This unusual bridge is made of two arms that meet above the island at a 150* angle.
Over the river Danube