The community has become more and more focused on preserving the natural landscape. That is an essential part of the quality of human life. Every member of society wants to enjoy a high-quality landscape. That is evidenced by the documents adopted in recent years, which set out how to evaluate the interaction between structures and landscape. The European Landscape Convention covers all areas with both natural and human-changed landscape. These paper analyses methods and criteria for the assessment of bridges as a component of the landscape, focusing on the possibilities and experiences of applying multi-criteria methods. Particular attention dedicated to the interaction between the bridge and the environment, the criteria and methods for its assessment, which is one of the stages of the visual (technical and visual) and aesthetic (separate elements and overall design) of the bridges, which includes both landscape and bridge impact assessment. Paper analysis the possible application of criteria and methods for evaluation of existing and new bridges as a part of the landscape.