The Tibetan bridge of Canillo is located in the Vall del Riu (Andorra), a natural area of great beauty at an altitude of 1,875 meters through which a small river flows. This 600 kilometer long walkway with spectacular views connects two mountainous parts and crosses the valley.
Discover the Tibetan bridge with views of the Vall del Riu
The Tibetan bridge of Canillo is one of the longest bridges in the world, with 603 meters in length, a few meters behind the suspension bridge of the Czech Republic, of 712 meters.
The one-meter-wide bridge is only suitable for pedestrians and has a capacity for 600 people, which allows people to pass in both directions, since the route is designed to go and return along the same route.
The bridge is open to the public from June to November and the entrance fee is €12. The combined ticket for the Roc del Quer viewpoint costs €14.50.
The bridge can only be accessed with the official bus, which is included with the price of admission and leaves from the center of Canillo. Upon reaching the junction with the Armiana road, the bridge is approximately one kilometer away, which can only be done on foot.