Pedro e Inês Bridge is a pedestrian and cycle path bridge over the Mondego River. It was opened in 2006 under the Pólis Program and cost 4.9 million euros.
It is a work designed by engineer António Adão da Fonseca and architect Cecil Balmond.
The bridge has five unequal spans overcome by fallen metal arches, the largest with 110 meters. The total length is 274.5 meters, with the deck having a mixed steel-reinforced concrete section. The walkway is made of wood and is four meters wide, creating a square eight meters wide in the middle; the guards are made of laminated glass in four colors: yellow, blue, green and pink. It has a height of 5 meters.