Puente de Alcántara, Toledo
The two-arch bridge over the Tagus river was built by the Romans in 104-106 ad.
The Alcantara gate ( Puerto de Alcantara) is the entrance to the bridge from the city side.
Alcantara bridge offers a wonderful view of the Tagus river canyon, the mill and the Ronda de Juanelo bridge.
Alcantara gate on the bridge side.
In modern Toledo, the Alcantara bridge serves as a bridge of lovers - here they hang locks of fidelity.