London is such a great place to visit, and here are so many different ways to see the sights of London. I’ve seen plenty of the sights and main attractions on land, but I have yet to experience a London river cruise. A completely different way to explore the city and see what it has to offer.
Experiencing all the attractions and sights London has to offer can be expensive, however I have sourced some ways to help you save money on a London river cruise.
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Lunch cruise on the Thames
Experience a Thames river boat cruise as you njoy the sights of the Houses of Parliament, and the Tower of London to name a few. Float down the Thames enjoying your two course lunch experience
You will be on the water for almost two hours as part of your Thames river boat cruise, docking from Tower Pier
Cost: £49 for two
Afternoon Tea on the Thames
I love a good afternoon tea. Enjoying an afternoon tea on the Thames is something a little bit different isn’t it. You can enjoy a traditional afternoon tea from 3.30pm on the river Thames docking from Tower Pier.
Cost: £49 for two
Jazz cruise with three course dinner
You could really push the boat out on this Thames jazz river cruise if you’re looking for something a little bit different to experience from a London river cruise. On offer is a three course meal to the sound of a jazz quartet.
You will receive a glass of sparkling wine on arrival as you board the boat at Westminster Pier.
Cost: £99 for two
London Eye tickets with river cruise combo
One London attraction I keep meaning to do is the London Eye. We haven’t quite managed to get around to this as of yet, but it’s on the list.
I quite fancy a London Eye river cruise as I think this would be a great way to see the London Eye from a different perspective.This offer for tickets for the London Eye as well as a river cruise is a bargain.
You can enjoy the hop on and hop off river cruise along the Thames giving you the flexibility to enjoy a whole day out in London.
Cost: £59 for two
Family Thames Rover ticket
An unbelievable bargain for families is the Rover ticket which entitles two adults and up to three children to board the City cruises hop on, hop off Thames cruise. For just £22 the ticket is valid for three days.
You can board the boat at one of four different piers which include Tower pier, Greenwich pier, London Eye pier and Westminster pier.
This is such a good idea for school holidays when you want to treat the kids to something a little different.
Some fantastic ideas for a London river cruise, and plenty of opportunity to save money along the way at the same time.
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