Golden Jubilee Bridge crosses the River Thames near the London Eye, from the Victoria Embankment Garden to the Jubilee Gardens. This bridge has one of the best views of London on the Thames - to the right Parliament with Big Ben in the foreground, to left the London Eye. Of course this should not be missed!
London's Blackfriars Bridge crosses the Thames river at the street that bears the same name. It's quite close to the Tate Modern. It is a railway bridge whose design is not quite as dramatic as of that of the Millennium Bridge, and does not have the fame of the London Bridge, but it's views of St. Paul's Cathedral in the background make this place one of the most recognisable places in the English capital.
Battersea Bridge is one of many that cross the River Thames. To the south is the area of Battersea, with the huge power station, and to the north is Chelsea. Opened in 1770, the bridge has had some problems during its long history. In 2005 it was seriously damaged after being hit by a boat, and it was closed for several months. In front of it is a much more modern bridge which stands in contrast to its classic style. The nearest tube stations are West Brompton and Fulham Broadway, and at night, you'll find plenty of little bars around the area, making it a nice place to stop for a drink.
As newcomers to London we decided to go to the London Eye and as we were relatively close we crossed Waterloo Bridge. We chose this bridge as it was near to our hotel but it was an excellent viewpoint. On the right, Parliament and Big Ben facing the London Eye. On the left, the modern buildings of the financial district and the South Bank contrasting with St Paul's dome.