All year long
The Pont de Pierre was the first bridge to be built in Bordeaux, connecting the banks in a way other than by boat. Its inauguration took place in 1822. For a long time it would remain the only "pedestrian" link between the two parts of the city.
With the modern day now upon it and the tramway making its way across, the stone bridge, built of stone and brick and with the unique feature of its interior voids, is no longer the only bridge in Bordeaux; far from it. But its elegance ensures it still has a special place in the heart of the inhabitants of this city in the Gironde.
The interior of the bridge can be visited once a year to celebrate the European Heritage Days. The Pont de Pierre has been listed as a historic monument since December 2002.
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