The Pedestrian Bridge is the only pedestrian bridge across the Dnieper in Kyiv, connecting the Trukhaniv Island and the embankment near the Monument to the Magdeburg Rights. This is a 429-metre long suspended bridge built in 1956–1957. A point of 26 metres above the water offers wonderful views of Podil, the Dnieper, the bank with a number of monuments, and stunning sunsets.
In 2015, the 7-metre lane of the bridge was divided into pedestrian and bicycle sections, and it became part of the capital’s first bicycle route. In 2017, the bridge was reconstructed by laying a special coating and installing reinforced railings. In good weather, one can enjoy rope jumping here. The bridge is a favourite place among Kyivites for walks and meetings.