Hop On Hop Off-Red River Rover
The River Thames is the heart of our great city, so it makes sense to use this as the launch pad for your view of the capital. Enjoy the historic buildings, sights and splendour of this great city from the comfort of a modern, all-weather, wheelchair-friendly, City Cruises RiverLiner? with open upper deck and spacious lower saloon with panoramic windows… More info and tickets >>
London Eye and River Cruise
The London Eye and River Cruise and see London from a different perspective. Enjoy a unique 40 minute circular sightseeing cruise on the River Thames with fascinating live commentary that brings the city to life, presented by specialist guides… More info and tickets >>
As London’s river travel specialists we provide commuters with a hassle free journey to and from work and offer the capital’s many visitors a unique way of sightseeing, operating fast modern boats over the key central stretch of the river… More info and tickets >>
London Eye River Cruises
The official British Airways London Eye River cruises are a popular choice. Services depart and arrive from Jubilee Pier adjacent to the wheel.
Art lovers can travel by ferry from Pimlico’s Tate Britain down river to the South Bank’s trendy Tate Modern. The Tate Boat runs every forty minutes during gallery opening hours and features a stop at the British Airways London Eye. Alight at Jubilee Pier.
Or for something completely different:
Take to the capital’s roads and river astride a World War Two amphibious vehicle (a.k.a. Duck, or DUKW to use the military name).
Our tip is to tell the kids that you’re all going on a ‘boring’ run-off-the-mill city tour and watch their little faces as your aquatic tour bus splashes into the river. Believe us, it works every time.
Once underway, the yellow Duck passes by all the major sights of central London using a mixed route covering both road and river.