Thames river Cruise

See the Palace of Westminster, St Paul's Cathedral, Tate Modern and the London Eye as you cruise under London's landmark bridges. There is no better way to experience London than from the River Thames. This is one of the world's greatest waterways, threading its way through one of the world's greatest cities. Your river cruise takes you effortlessly past London's most important sights, both ancient and ultra-modern.

The Tower of London has for centuries stood as a mighty symbol of London's great power, standing guard over the Thames as you cruise by. The Tower stands cheek by jowl with The City, a global financial centre, its skyscrapers including the Gherkin, so named for its distinctive shape. The Shard, one of Europe's tallest buildings, is an equally powerful symbol of London's global standing today, housing a swanky hotel, million dollar apartments and top-end office space.

London Bridge once bustled with houses and traders. Today red buses rush past overhead as you pass underneath. Tate Modern was once a riverside power station, now a powerhouse of contemporary art that's free for all to visit. Opposite, the elegant dome of St Paul's Cathedral survived the bombs of the blitz of the Second World War. Luxury warehouse apartments now occupy buildings that were central to London's trade. Whatever river cruise you choose, this journey transports you through many hundreds of years of history and shows London at its vibrant best. An unmissable experience.

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Our Thames River Cruises

from £11.75 Let the River Thames do your sightseeing for you on a London Eye river cruise. Experience St Paul's Cathedral, The Tower of London, Tate Modern and The Shard, London's tallest skyscraper, from a unique perspective as you cruise under London's bridges.

London Eye Cruise

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£17.50 Explore the River Thames at your own pace with a Hop On Hop Off Thames River Cruise and take time to travel the river and experience the sights how and when you choose.

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