Thames River Cruises and tours
The River Thames has for centuries been a symbol of London, with its many famous associated landmarks such as the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, the H...
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The River Thames has for centuries been a symbol of London, with its many famous associated landmarks such as the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, the Houses of Parliament and the Big Ben, St. Paul's Cathedral, the Shard, the National Theatre and South Bank, City Hall. The 2,000-year-old river is one of the longest rivers in the United Kingdom, flowing through the Thames Valley and other important cities such as Oxford and Windsor, to name but a few. The Thames harbor represents much of London's history and has for many centuries been a source of inspiration for playwrights, artists, musicians and writers.
The Thames can be admired from the famous Millennium Bridge in London, of course, the only pedestrian bridge across the Thames but the best way to truly discover London and enjoy the Thames is by cruising it. London will reveal itself to you by offering very different aspects of its personality, may you join a cruise at lunch, in the afternoon with the traditional tea and scones or at sundown before enjoying an evening between bridges and illuminated landmarks.