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Raphael Granado published an article
12:00am 10/06/2021

The Six Bridges Walking Tour Guide

You are at Waterloo Bridge; the view is excellent, and perhaps wondering what now? The Six Bridges tour will show you some of the historical monuments nearby, the best places to take photos for Instagram, TikTok, Facebook (if people still use that these days) and many more.

Visiting London is always excellent, and you will have plent...

Raphael Granado published a page
4:19pm 15/05/2021
The Six Bridges Walk: A Tour With A Difference

The Six Bridges Walk: A Tour With A Difference

Revealed on this page:

The biggest challenges for tourists visiting London: getting an authentic London experience
Why people miss out on 75% of the things London can offer: the reasons why people miss out on all the great hidden gems of London.
Your ticket to the Six Bridges Experience: A guided two-hour tour on...

Raphael Granado published a page
2:38pm 03/05/2021
The Millennium Bridge

The Millennium Bridge

The London Millennium footbridge is for pedestrians and initially opened in June 2000. It got off to an inauspicious start; it is a suspension bridge that connects The City of London with Bankside. It is also nicknamed the "Wobbly Bridge" by locals, as after it opened, the pedestrians crossing experienced the bridge 'wobbling'. After two years of m...

Raphael Granado published an article
12:00am 03/05/2021

The Six Bridges Walk

Hiking often takes the form of a vigorously long walk in the countryside, through beautiful forests, rolling hills and green fields. Conversely, hiking and central London are two mutually exclusive terms, but there is no reason why they should be. London is full of magnificent places to visit, historical artefacts and unique bridges connecting sout...

Raphael Granado published a page
4:14pm 02/05/2021
Waterloo Bridge

Waterloo Bridge

Waterloo Bridge crosses the River Thames and connects the South Bank with Victoria Embankment. The name of the bridge commemorates the win of the British Army and their allies over Napoleon Bonaparte at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. The bridge is also known to have amazing views, where to the west, the tourist would be able to see the London eye...

Raphael Granado published a page
4:07pm 02/05/2021
Blackfriars Bridge

Blackfriars Bridge

Blackfriars Railway Bridge crosses the River Thames; this is the second bridge that has been named the Blackfriars bridge. The original bridge opened in 1864, designed by Joseph Cubitt. Due to the formation of the Southern railway, the use of the original Blackfriars bridge became useless, and the structure could not support modern trains. Therefor...

Raphael Granado published a page
2:41pm 02/05/2021
Southwark Bridge

Southwark Bridge

Southwark Bridge crosses the River Thames and has the least traffic of the Thames bridges. The original bridge was built in 1819, designed by John Rennie, the Elder, who pioneered the use of structural cast iron. The original bridge was nicknamed the "The Iron Bridge" as it was made of cast irons. The owners went bankrupt, and the Bridge House Esta...

Raphael Granado published a page
10:26am 02/05/2021
London Bridge

London Bridge

London Bridge is sometimes confused with the Tower Bridge; the bridge crosses the River Thames and is a few minutes walk from the Southwark Cathedral and connects Southwark and The City of London. There have been multiple bridges in the past that have been named London Bridge; the original was a timber bridge built by the Roman's when they founded...

Raphael Granado published a page
9:22am 02/05/2021
Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

The historic Tower Bridge is a suspension bridge that crosses the River Thames; it is a 5-minute walk from the infamous Tower of London—designed by Sir Horace Jones, built between 1886 and 1894. The Prince and Princess of Wales officially opened the Tower Bridge on the 30th of June 1894. The length of the bridge is 240m, and each tower is 65m high....

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