A must in London: The London Eye - London

The London EyeAlso called the “Millennium Ferris wheel”, the number one attraction of London was built to celebrate the arrival of 2000. Located in front of Westminster, it is one of the highest ferris wheels in Europe.

It is strongly suggested to board one of the thirty-two buckets on a day when the sky is clear, cloudless. Thus, during the thirty minutes of the ride, you will have the opportunity to cast an eye over the Parliament and the Royal Palace. Maybe you will have the chance to see Windsor Castle, while at the highest point of the London Eye, it is possible to see around on a 40 mile radius!

There are different Admission tickets to the London Eye, with champagne, under the stars … Tickets are of course available on the website of the London Eye, which also allows you to save 10% on the price.

To get there
Adresse: Minster Court, Westminster Bridge Road, on the south bank of the Thames, opposite the Parliament.
Nearby subway stations are Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross and Westminster. The nearest is Waterloo just a 5 minutes walk.
The London Eye is open daily from 10AM to 8PM. During summer you can make a ride until 9 or even 9:30 PM.