Thames Cruise Thames River Cruise | Attractions in London
The River Thames gallops its way into the heart of London and there is history around every bend.
A cruise on the Thames is one of the wonderful ways through which you can look and experience this great and magical city. A cruise on the Thames River Cruise in a tourist boat with panoramic windows sailing along the meandering Thames River, in the heart of London and from here you can see buildings with architecture and building style from historical periods alongside the spectacular views of London and famous tourist sites you will not want to miss.
During the cruise you will see 14th century villages, magnificent houses of movie stars, the famous Windsor Palace and flocks of swans swimming for their enjoyment in the water.
You will see and experience the sights and splendor of this great city from the relaxed comfort of a modern, chair-friendly air conditioner,
City Cross Riverliner ™ with open deck, and spacious lower porch with panoramic windows. During your cruise you will have a live interpretation from an experienced crew that gives you lots of insights that you will not find in any instruction books.
Sailing on the Thames is considered one of the most sought after and popular attractions in London, so there is a large supply of options to choose from. Such as: cruise packages on the Thames that include lunch, dinner, a cruise that includes afternoon tea, a cruise including a meal and a performance and more. When what they all have in common is the sailing route.
Whether you decide to choose a cruise that includes a sumptuous chef's meal or a cruise on a tourist boat with panoramic windows,
The sailing route along the London Thames runs through fixed points such as: Parliament House, Westminster Palace,
The Big Ben Clock, The Eye of London (London Eye), The Tower of London Bridge, Her Majesty's Belfast Warship, Shakespeare's Globe Theater,
Grinch, Windsor Castle and more. When some of the cruise packages go through all of them and some only some of them.
Boating route options in the Thames
Westminster Pier: Houses of Parliament
Westmaster Avi Waterloo Fair: London Eye, London Aquarium
Pierre Tower: London Tower, Bridge Tower
Greenwich Pier: Greenwich, Maritime Museum, Katy Sark
Each Riverliners are equipped with two bars and offer light snacks, snacks and drinks. Cruises often depart from Westminster Pier,
Waterloo (London Eye) Pierre, Pierre Tower and Greenwich Pier every day of the year except Christmas (December 25).
You must arrive at least 15 minutes before departure time.
Hard-to-predict passenger numbers every day can vary at the expense of public holidays, weather events and events,
Etc. City Cruises can not guarantee that you will receive the cruise tour you have booked - please make sure you arrive on time.
All boats have seats and are completely heated.
All boats offer open spaces with great views. Many have open decks offering elevated views.
No bicycles are allowed on board.
Guides with audio are available free of charge in 8 languages: Italian, French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, English and Japanese.
Disabled Access: All piers and revelliner are wheelchair accessible.
To get an entry you must present a printed copy of your voucher.
You can purchase a basket of a variety of attractions at a discount.
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