If you’re taking a break in the capital, then one of the best things you can do is visit the London Eye.
Standing 135 metres tall, the London Eye offers you one of the best views over the city and a unique look at some of the capital’s most famous landmarks.
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The London Eye
is made up of 32 capsules and a full rotation takes around half an hour, giving you plenty of time to see and photograph some of the highlights.
The View The Palace of Westminster, St Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London can all be seen during a trip around the London Eye, and on a clear day, you might even be able to spot Windsor Castle, which is 40km outside the city.
Dining There’s also an opportunity to book the London Eye for special events. You can reserve an entire pod for up to 25 people, which is great for gatherings of friends and family. There’s also the Dining at 135 experience; a unique opportunity for eight people to enjoy a champagne reception and three-course meal in a private capsule after normal visiting hours.
The London Eye Pier Located at the foot of the wheel, you’ll also find the London Eye pier, where you can catch a 40-minute river cruise led by onboard tour guides who can talk you through the history of the landmarks you’ll pass.
You can visit the London Eye seven days a week, with a range of ticket options to see you get the package you want.
If you are visiting via the London underground the nearest tube station is Waterloo with three more in walking distance. Charing Cross, Embankment and Westminster.
You can also get a boat to the London eye with various services and water taxis which stop at the London Eye Pier.
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