See attractions, such as the London Eye, on a Thames River Cruise

A great way to sightsee in London, England, and view many of its attractions, is on a Thames River Cruise.

See famous landmarks such as The London Eye (pictured) and Lambeth Palace, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, which is currently being renovated, London Bridge, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London, the Globe Theatre and National Theatre, London Docklands and Canary Wharf, HMS Belfast and the Cutty Sark, Festival Hall and Somerset House, the Tate Modern and Oxo Tower.

Some City Cruises come with commentary so you’ll get to hear a bit about the history of each landmark. Others allow you to hop on and hop off to explore your favourite sights, visit museums, art galleries and cultural centres or picnic in a park.

You can take a river cruise during the day or at night, have lunch, afternoon tea or dinner, watch a show or watch the sun go down on the city. And if you want a thrill you can even take a high speed river boat and see the riverbank sights in less than hour.

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