Westminster River-Crossing Bridge, also known as Westminster Abbey Bridge, is named after the famous Westminster Cathedral. Opened in 1862, it is the oldest bridge still in use in London. At one end of the bridge is the Parliament Building and Big Ben. You can see the London Eye on the bridge. The bridge with both transportation and sightseeing functions is naturally very busy. Surrounded by landmark buildings, visitors will take pictures with the Parliament Building, Big Ben, the London Eye, the Bridge and the Thames River.
The Thames River in London is a famous and lively bridge. This bridge is named for its location next to Westminster Abbey. It is actually near the Parliament Building. It is the best place to view the London Eye and Big Ben. There are magnificent sculptures at the end of the bridge. We took a sightseeing bus and walked across the bridge many times. This scenic spot is worth visiting in London.
Westminster Bridge is a landmark of London. It is a must-punch card project to take photos in London. Crossing the Thames, it connects Westminster on the West Bank and Lambeth on the East Bank. The British Parliament, Big Ben and London Eye are on both sides of the bridge. Unfortunately, Big Ben is still being repaired. It has been repaired for more than half a year. On the bridge, you can have a view of the Thames River. You can also take a London tour, but it works well at night.
Westminster Bridge is one of the famous bridges on the Thames River. It is situated in front of the Westminster Palace. It is very broad and solemn, full of British Royal style. The bridge is a bicycle-pedestrian bridge. Standing on it, you can see the beautiful scenery of the Thames River. It's also the best place to shoot the Parliament Building and Big Ben. It's worth walking around.
Westminster Bridge, in fact, means West Minster, which is transliterated directly from China. It crosses the Thames River and connects two famous scenic spots, Parliament Building and London Eye. It has a lot of people. It is London's most lost thing bridge. Ha-ha
Just that day I ran a marathon in London. There were more people. Feeling ordinary
One of the many historic bridges in London the Westminster Bridge is a particular favourite of tourists and photo journalists as it is the one spot where you can capture the London Eye and The Palace of Westminster with Big Ben standing on either side of the bridge. There are many bus routes that will take you over this bridge if you wish to travel the city while sightseeing at the same time. The hop off and hop on bus passes many times in a day over this bridge.
Westminster Bridge crosses the River Thames right in front of the Palace of Westminster. It's painted green and upon crossing to the south side of London you have a fantastic view of so many iconic London sights. We ended up wandering across it more than a few times.