Jump into one of the cabins of the famous London Eye and enjoy a relaxed 30-minute ride rising to over 135 meters above the ground. Then head on to explore the English capital from the vantage point of the River Thames aboard one of its multi-stop boats.
Climb aboard London’s famous giant wheel and enjoy a magnificent panorama of the city. With 32 cabins and a rotation speed of just under 1 km/h, the London Eye is the ideal way to see the capital in all its detail. One complete revolution of the wheel takes half an hour and will take you to a dizzying height of 135 meters above the ground.
Then head for the banks of the River Thames to embark on a multi-stop cruise. Navigating the river is one of the easiest and most practical ways of getting close to some of the capital's most beautiful monuments.
Your ticket, valid for 24 hours, will allow you to board a boat with an outside deck, toilet facilities, and a bar. In addition, most boats are wheelchair accessible.
The cruise makes four different stops:
- Westminster Pier, located right next to the palace and abbey of the same name.
- Tower Pier, providing quick access to the Tower of London and Tower Bridge.
- The London Eye Pier, which offers privileged access to the London Eye big wheel, London Dungeon, and the aquarium.
- Greenwich Pier, located a stone's throw away from the historic Cutty Sark ship, Greenwich Park and the Royal Observatory.
Present your voucher at Westminster Pier, Tower Pier or Greenwich Pier in order to pick up your ticket.
Entry to the London Eye is free for children under the age of 3. They must, however, be in possession of a ticket to access the attraction.
All sales are final and, unfortunately, no refunds can be given.