Eagles’ Bridge is a bridge in the city of Sofia, Bulgaria. It was built over the Perlovska River in 1891 to the designs of architect Vaclav Prosek. The bridge gets its name from the four statues of eagles which are situated on the bridge, said to be the bridges protectors and patrons. The bridge provides an important link road in the city across the Perlovska River.
You can get there by taking the M1 or M2 metro lines to ‘Levski Stadium’, which is a short walk away.
Opening Times and Admission
The bridge is free to use at any hour of any day.