The 16 bridges you simply have to cross in Italy

Apr 04, 2017 877

BY: Catherine Edwards

Did you know that Italy is home to the world's longest Tibetan bridge, or the reason why Ponte Vecchio survived the Second World War? Whether you prefer to visit places with a curious history or simply somewhere pretty to Instagram, there's something for you on our list of the 16 Italian bridges you should try to cross at least once in your life.

Ponte Castelvecchio, Verona: Let's start our tour of the most beautiful Italian bridges in fair Verona, where you'll find this spectacular medieval creation. It was built by Cangrande della Scala - a 14th-century nobleman and friend of Dante - as a potential escape route when Italy was split into rival regions.

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