If you want to leave the tube to the stressed-out commuters for a more relaxing way of travelling around London, enjoying the sights on a river cruiser along the Thames. Board your city cruiser and head down the river to Greenwich.
The cruise gives you a real insight into the layers of history that have built up along the river, an amazing mixture of old and new, with great views of the Houses of Parliament, Tate Modern, St Paul's and many more London landmarks.
Any time you want, you can hop off the boat at any one of four piers, explore and then hop back on later. You can then make your way to the London Eye where you may have to queue a bit, but it'll certainly be worth it when you climb aboard your (air-conditioned) capsule. The Eye slowly turns, giving you sensational panoramic views across London from 135 metres up. Whether you're new to the capital or a born and bred Londoner, this is a fantastic way to enjoy the sights from two unique perspectives
Check out the promtional video below and we have added some Key info too
Operates every day of the year except Christmas Day. The London Eye is closed on Christmas Day and for annual maintenance between 10 - 21 January. The London Eye opening times April - September are 10am - 9pm daily and October - March from 10am - 8pm daily.
Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a participating adult. We are pleased to advise that the sightseeing boats and London Eye offer full wheelchair access.
From Westminster Pier, the earliest departure is at 10am with others throughout the day (you are free to hop on or off the cruiser during any of the many stops). Your flight on the London Eye lasts 30 minutes and can be taken anytime during the day.
Numbers On Day:
The river cruiser carries a maximum of 250 passengers.
Spectators: Spectators are welcome to wave you off from the river bank
If your visiting London soon, we highly reccomend The River Thames Sightseeing Cruise and London Eye Tour as one of your leisure activities. Visit the link today for nore details!