I spent lots of time here. I hope you will like some of the many photos I took both day and evening. Enjoy!
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We are in London, at least twice per year, and one of the highlights of most trips, is a walk along the Thames – or perhaps even a boat ride on the River. On this trip, I had a few days solo, while my wife...More
The Thames is London's river! It crosses the city and provides some really spectacular views over the surrounding areas and beyond. You can't miss it if you walk around in the city. It's worth stopping for a while and just absorbing what's on offer.
Most of London’s iconic views and buildings are close to the River. Get up high to view them from a sky bar, the Shard, the Eye or other viewpoints. Or alternatively walk the banks or take a river cruise. There is so much to see...More
Thames river is fantastic especially if you selected to get cruise tour of it. Cruise tour was really excellent with tour guide explaining everthything. You would cross all Thames river bridges and a huge no. Of monuments and attractions. It is worth to try it.
Set between Maidenhead and Eton this amazing hydraulic river which runs alongside the Thames to prevent flooding has a great 7m walking/cycling track and a wildlife reserve for birds. If you make it to Windsor or Eton look this up for a superb walk or...More
Well, the Thames river is the utmost tourist attraction in London. All the tourist spot in Central London is around the Thames.
It may not be the brightest of colours, but you can navigate the footpath anywhere along the river and some great places there are too.
Well worth doing on a London visit Got on at Westminster dock, informative commentary about buildings and history, got off st Greenwich had a look around went back again- perfect Was freezing cold but managed to sit outside for a while with great views of...More
Loved to walk around and sit besides the River for hours.. You can enjoy river cruise there (will get a view of all major attractions at once)..