Millennium Bridge to London Eye [Walking Tour Map]

This London walking tour will be Millennium Bridge to London Eye. We start from Peter’s Hill London (originally known as St. Peter’s Steps). They form a pedestrian walkway leading up to the Thames from St. Paul’s Cathedral. After that we cross the Millennium bridge. It links Bankside with the City of London. In addition the bridge is officially known as the London Millennium Footbridge. It is formed as a steel suspension bridge for pedestrians crossing the River Thames in London. The bridge reveals the City of London skyline. Then we walk on the South Bank to London Eye via the Thames path.

On a nice sunny day, this is the perfect walk. It combines historical places and buildings. For instance, St. Paul’s Cathedral and Peter’s Hill. You can also enjoy more modern side of London. This you can recognize by the carefully planned South Bank. Benches, coffee shops, ice-cream trucks and restaurants. The perfect place to admire the beauty of the river Thames.

Certainly the London Eye is also a great example for modern London. The Ferris Wheel is popular among tourists and is one of the most visited attractions in the city.

Highlights in the video
Peter’s Hill London
St. Paul’s Cathedral
Millennium bridge
River Thames
City of London Skyline view
South Bank
London Eye

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