River Thames Evening Cruise
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- 2 hr
Wind up your day in the best possible way on a sunset River Thames boat cruise! Lasting two hours, this London sightseeing cruise passes all the top London attractions that frame the Thames between Westminster and Greenwich. As the sun sets on this bustling city, relax with sparkling wine and canapés, and catch must-see sights like the Shard, Big Ben and the London Eye. Valentine's Day - February 14, 2023 This Valentine's Day embark on a delightful Champagne Evening Cruise along the Thames, as you’re greeted with a glass of champagne. You will be greeted with a single red rose and a glass of champagne on this elegant evening sailing along the River Thames. London’s romantic nighttime glow is the ideal backdrop so make sure to step out onto the atmospheric open upper deck to take in the ambiance of the glittering skyline.
Operated by: City Cruises
board at Tower Pier, please arrive 20 minutes before your departure time
Duration: 20 minutes
Pass By: Tower of London
Board at Tower Pier which is a stones throw away from the Tower of London.
Pass By: HMS Belfast
Sail past the permanently moored former battleship, which is now a floating Royal Naval Museum.
Pass By: The Shard
As you cruise along the River Thames you will be in perfect position to see London's highest viewing platform
Pass By: Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
Sail past Shakespeares Globe Theatre. The Elizabethan playhouse located on the south bank of the River Thames.
Pass By: Big Ben
Like the Houses of Parliament, you will be able to see Big Ben as you head towards Westminster.
Pass By: Houses of Parliament
As you head towards Westminster, The Houses of Parliament will be on your right. Head to the upper deck and snap a picture.
Pass By: Tower Bridge
Pass under Tower Bridge and head to the upper deck to see the bridge in all of its glory
Pass By: Canary Wharf
Canary Wharf will appear on your left as you head down to towards Greenwich
Pass By: London Eye
Head to the upper deck and get the perfect picture opportunity of the Coca- Cola London Eye