To revisit our summer plans for those of you that have completed your relocation. We’ve discussed the London Pass, and its ability to save on the many attractions it includes from our London Pass series. Well let’s look at the number one attraction of all the attractions included, look no further, its the river Thames boat cruise. The river Thames sightseeing cruise is likely the most compact deal of the London Pass inclusion ticket. It certainly is worth the trip and a really great way to see this beautiful city.
Even for those of us living here, the Thames River boat cruise passes by some of our most beloved landmarks, such as the tower of London, Canary Wharf, Tower Bridge, the Cutty Sark, Shakespeare’s Globe, Tate Modern, and the retired battle-cruiser – HMS Belfast. The Thames river cruise also includes free passes to St. Paul’s cathedral, The Millennium Footbridge, Westminster Abbey, and the symbol of this city itself, Big Ben; recognized worldwide as an iconic symbol of London itself.
The Thames river cruise is an absolute must on your sightseeing tour. Any day of your pass you can ride free on the river boat and see all the sights you want to hit while living here. The boats are two deck cruisers, with open air seating on the top deck, and indoor covered seating on the main deck, which has such great views, a true camera worthy trip!
You can pick up the Thames river cruise at Westminster Pier beginning every day except Christmas, at 10:00. Boats also depart from the London Eye Pier, Tower Hill Pier and Greenwich Pier. Other things you should put on your after relocation to London list near the boat cruise are:
Enjoy the Thames river boat cruise and get to see each of the famous landmarks from the waters of the River Thames. As you pass by the splendor taking it all in, all it has to offer, it’s rich, deep history and its remarkable buildings that have stood the test of time, remember, living here is fulfilling your dreams.