The world’s longest bridge has opened in the Czech Republic

(CNN) – Walking from mountain to mountain is not for the weak.

But pleasure -seekers – and business lovers – are flocking to the Dolní Morava holiday resort in the northeastern Czech Republic to climb the world’s longest holiday bridge.
Under construction for the past two years, the 721-meter-long-span (2,365 feet), called Sky Bridge 721, was opened on 13 May. , awful a little, see.

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Sky Bridge 721, the world's longest pedestrian bridge, is open to enthusiasts.

Sky Bridge 721, the world’s longest pedestrian bridge, is open to enthusiasts.

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Austrian blogger Victoria Fellner visited Sky Bridge 721 earlier this week as an event, sharing photos on her Instagram account.
Fellner told CNN Travel that taking his first step on the bridge gave him a “queasy feeling.”

But this initial fear diminished his respect for the whole country.

“I was afraid the release bridge would shake a lot, but it wasn’t a bad thing,” Fellner said. “The view is so good you can see the forest under the trellis! Luckily I’m not afraid of heights.”

Sky Bridge 721, which is powered by wires, hangs 95 meters above the valley floor and is between 1,110 and 1,116 meters above sea level. The bridge can be accessed by cable car and traveling on the other side is a one -way process. Exiting the walkway on the other side, visitors can walk along a paved forest path lined with signs depicting Czech history. There’s a real phone game.

The road was said to be the new world where the longest bridge had been extended.

The road was said to be the new world where the longest bridge had been extended.

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The 1.2 -meter -wide Sky Bridge is open to children of all ages and heights, but is not suitable for people with wheelchairs and wheelchairs.

Visitors should read Sky Bridge 721 tickets ahead of time on the Dolní Morava website, with prices for tickets starting at 350 Czech Koruna (around $ 14.60).
Dolní Morava, on the Czech -Polish border, is a resort nestled in ski slopes, an alpine roller coaster considered to be the second longest in Europe, a restaurant on a mountain and with an interesting attraction called the Sky Walk – a curved building with. a wooden walkway that slides 1,116 feet above sea level.

Sky Bridge 721 is about a 2.5 -hour drive from the Czech capital Prague.

Top photo by Lukas Kabon / Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

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