Culebra Bridge (Puente de la Culebra) is an architectural work of the eighteenth century, located in Madrid, Spain. It was built in the park la Casa de Campo over the stream Meaques and tributaries of Manzanares and Jarama rivers. The bridge is located in an area known as El Zarzón, in the south-west of the park. It was built in 1782 at the request of King Charles III.
Originally called the "narrow bridge", now known under the name derived from its wavy form, resembling a snake crawling. The author is an architect Francesco Sabatini.