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Undoubtedly a great place to come for pictures of Big Ben, London Eye and down the river, but you need to remain on guard as there is a high number of "street performers/gambling games" set up on the bridge and normally where you find those,...More
Its over thirty years ago when i worked in Oxford Street,after work i used to watch the illegal cockney card tricksters fleecing the public until they were moved along. This tradition is unfortunately alive and well but now with Eastern Europeans fleecing the public on...More
The best route across the river if London Eye was your first stop. Excellent views of Big Ben (when it’s been restored), the Houses of Parliament and of course the river itself.
Not as photogenic as some of the other bridges, but ideal access to...More
Guys , there are a couple of teams of scammers on the bridge using a mat , 3 cups and a ball asking you to guess which cup the ball is under. They have eastern European accents and work in teams including a bogus other...More
Great place to spend your time with friends and family. Good places to move around and nice view of historic monuments and entertainment places like London Eye. Access to south bank makes a pleasant walking.
I love being around Westminster. The seat of the oldest and best Parliamentary Democracy in the world.
I always visit Westminster Bridge when I’m in the area and spend a few minutes looking down the Thames and at the Houses of Parliament.
The scammers on the bridge have ruined the bridge. They line it with gangs trying to con people out of money. It felt dirty and unsafe.
They should put signs up in all languages telling them not to give these people money.