No doubt, a Thames river cruise is one of the best ways to explore London while cruising through the heart of the city and so many of its most famous attractions. Witness the wonderful sights and splendor of this outstanding city from the ultimate comfort of the city cruises with open upper decks and roomy lower salons with panoramic windows.
You will float along the some of the most impressive and ancient buildings of London; such as:
Houses of Parliament
The Tower of London
HMS Belfast battle-cruiser
The Thames River is the longest river throughout London; it stretches up to 215 miles long.
You will able to see the kayakers and rowers using the river for their water sports activities.
The word ‘Thames’ is derived from the Latin word Tamesis.
The Thames River comprises over 80 islands.
If you are looking to one of the most historic landmarks in London, Westminster Pier is the best option to explore Tate Britain, Houses of Parliament, Cabinet War Rooms, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and Churchill Museum. It’s just a short walk from the Thames into the city of hustle and bustle.
Based at the Southbank area of London, you can indulge yourself in the ‘Cultural Heart’ of the city. You will come across the famous esplanade, past street performers and pop-up eateries to the most popular landmarks like The British Film Institute, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Royal Festival Hall, National Theatre and The British Film Institute. If you will go further, then find Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and the Tate Modern.
Being one of the most popular stops, the Tower Bridge will offer you a chance to explore Tower of London and Tower Bridge, the most famous landmarks. Staying close to the financial city and historic centre of London, you will see the HMS Belfast, the Great Fire Memorial by Christopher Wren and Design Museum within ease access.
Being away from the busy Central London, it is very much enjoyable feeling to experience the palatial grounds and Greenwich Park as well as wide arrays of shops has to offer everything. The newly designed Cutty Sark which is wide open to explore and learn about the nautical past of this place.