Lunch Cruise on the Thames Lunch Cruise on the Thames

Lunch Cruise on the Thames


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London Eye Cruise

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.

What to expect

Imagine you are savoring a delicious meal on a charming boat sailing on the Thames. Imagine that as your taste buds awaken to each new flavor, your eyes marvel at the sight of London's major attractions that you will discover from a different angle from the London river: Tower of London, London Eye, Palace of Westminster, Tate Modern, The Shard (Europe's tallest skyscraper)... Want to turn a dream into reality? Opt for a lunch cruise on the Thames. During your meal, you will experience unforgettable moments, such as when you pass under the London Bridge and see Tower Bridge rise before you.

The waterway is perhaps the best way to explore the English capital. A lunch cruise on the Thames offers you the opportunity to discover the highlights of both old and modern London that appear alternately on the two banks of the river.

You will notably see the Palace of Westminster, a magnificent neo-Gothic building, currently the seat of the British Parliament. Just opposite, the enormous modern-designed Ferris wheel will captivate you; the London Eye, inaugurated on December 31, 1999, to celebrate the transition to the year 2000, has become in a few years one of the great symbols of London. After passing the London Bridge, you will catch sight of a gigantic tower rising into the sky. The Shard, the work of architect Renzo Piano, seems to defy the laws of gravity. Next is the Tower of London which, for centuries, could boast of being the tallest building in the city. It was built on the banks of the Thames to impress visitors and deter invaders who arrived in London by boat. You will then see the construction from the same angle as visitors did centuries ago. Londoners sometimes refer to the Thames as "Old Father Thames." At the end of your lunch cruise, you will understand where this nickname comes from.

Note: The company Bateaux London also offers dinner cruises on the Thames.