Looking straight ahead and without heels! : 516 Arouca
The longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the world is located 175 meters above the Paiva River in northern Portugal. In the Arouca Geopark.
It measures 516 meters and its construction has been full of anecdotes; like carrying the first rope that united them from one end to the other.
Visitable from May 3, 2021. It cannot be crossed by pets or children under 6 years of age. It is recommended not to wear heels since the floor is formed by perforated metal planks.
Until now the longest suspension bridge was the Charles Bridge in Switzerland. That connects Grächen and Zermat with its 494 meters in length. Opened on July 29, 2017