Animals allowed: Si
In the middle of the 14th century the bridge was reconstructed to replace the ancient Roman bridge, whose piers are still visible. It links the old city centre to the picturesque medieval village, a traditional place of washerwomen, gravel diggers and fishermen. This bridge is one of Pavias famous landmark with its tile roof, wanted by Galeazzo II Visconti the day after the capture of the town, and a small 18th century chapel dedicated to St. Giovanni Nepomuceno. The bridge was bombed out during the Second World War and reconstructed in the early 1950s.