The 25th April Bridge, also known as the 25 de Abril Bridge, is a suspension bridge that spans the Tagus River in Lisbon.
It is one of the longest suspension bridges in Europe, with a main span of 1,013 meters. The bridge was completed in 1966 and is named after the day of the Carnation Revolution, which marked the end of the Estado Novo regime in Portugal. The bridge offers spectacular views of the city, the river, and the Atlantic Ocean.
Visitors can take a walk or bike ride across the bridge to appreciate the views, or take a guided tour to learn more about its history and construction. The bridge is also a popular spot for photography and is a must-see attraction for any visitor to Lisbon. The bridge connects the city of Lisbon to the municipality of Almada, it is a great location to enjoy the sunset over the river.
The bridge is open 24 hours a day, and there is no admission fee to cross it.