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Una visita a Londra non è completa senza una crociera sul Tamigi. Thames River Sightseeing offre servizi regolari da sei moli sul fiume Tamigi tra cui Westminster Pier, Embankment Pier, Tower Bridge Quay (Molo di Santa Caterina) e molo di Greenwich. Thames River Sightseeing opera 361 giorni all'anno con una flotta di navi per tutte le stagioni con ampi ponti aperti perfetti per i mesi estivi e saloni riscaldati con finestre panoramiche per i mesi più freddi. Le navi vanno dalle più tradizionali navi passeggeri del Tamigi (London Rose) a navi più moderne costruite appositamente per il fiume Tamigi (Thomas Doggett). Una crociera tra Westminster e Tower Bridge Quay dura solo 30-40 minuti e passa per numerosi monumenti di Londra, incluso il Nuovo Palazzo di Westminster (Camere del Parlamento), the London Eye, the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, the Shard, London Bridge & Tower Bridge.
Passengers can embark at Westminster Pier, Embankment Pier, Festival Pier, Bankside Pier, Tower Bridge Quay or Greenwich & take advantage of a range of ticketing options. Single tickets are suited for day trippers or passengers travelling in or out of London & return tickets allow passengers to disembark & explore before joining a return sailing later the same day. A 2 Day River Pass is the perfect option for anyone visiting London over multiple days. A River Pass allows unlimited travel on our services for just £21.00 per adult, a family River Pass is just £42.00 (per 2 Adulti + 3 Bambini).
Thames River Sightseeing offre anche eccellenti tariffe e sconti per gruppi, perfetti per famiglie, compagnie turistiche o operatori turistici. Servizi igienici e un'audioguida multilingue sono disponibili su tutte le partenze. L'audioguida multilingue è un commento informativo disponibile tramite il nostro Wi-Fi di bordo in inglese, francese, tedesco, italiano, spagnolo o mandarino (Dispositivo intelligente e cuffie non sono forniti, Leggi di più).
We are currently operating 7-days a week calling at Westminster Pier, Embankment Pier, Festival Pier, Bankside Pier, Tower Bridge Quay & Greenwich Pier.
Include: 15th February 2020- 23rd February 2020 February Half Term 2019 There’s plenty to do along the River Thames during the February Half Term. Knight School returns to the Tower of London, the crews of Cutty Sark (played by actors) & HMS Belfast (HMS Belfast’s actual crew!) will be on-board telling stories of the historic vessels pasts. What’s on during February Half Term? 1. Climb Aboard Cutty Sark Cutty Sark Visit the last remaining tea clipper, Cutty Sark. Originally built at Dumbarton, Scotland in 1869 she spent her working life transporting cargo including tea from China and wool from Australia. She has now been fully restored and is an award winning visitor attraction. Cutty Sark, Royal Borough of Greenwich Cutty Sark, Royal Borough of Greenwich Visit the famous Tea Clipper Cutty Sark & meet the crew who sailed her. Discover stories from her sailings & learn about life on-board the fastest tea clipper of her time. During February Half Term Royal Museums Greenwich are also hosting a number of Engineering & Art themed workshops for families. Activities include winch building & craft making. 1 Min / 358 Feet from Greenwich Pier 18th-23rd February, 11:30-13:30 & 14:00-16:00 Visit Website 2. Explore
Winter Events Beyond the Deepening Shadow: The Tower Remembers* Beyond The Deepening Shadow is a display of thousands of flames in the Tower of London Moat. This artistic tribute was designed by Tom Piper with sound artist Mira Calix & will run for 8 nights from the 4th November 2018 until the 11th November 2018. The commemoration will unfold during the four hour display, starting with a procession led by the Yeoman Warders of the Tower of London. The Yeoman Warders are distinguished service men & women & will ceremonially light the first flame before a team of volunteers light the rest of the installation. 4th-11th November 2018 – 17:00-21:00 *This photo is the property of Bex Walton on Flickr & is licensed by Creative Commons & has been resized. *This photo is the property of Bex Walton on Flickr, is licensed by Creative Commons & has been resized. Visit Website Tower Skate 23rd November 2018-6th January 2019 Tower of London Visit Website Skate at Somerset House The ice rink returns to Somerset House on the 14th November & will be open day & night. Skate Lates will feature music nights throughout the festive season & the Fortnum’s Lodge is the perfect
There’s plenty to do on & around the River Thames during half term. Thames River Services operate cruises between Westminster, St Katharine Pier (for Tower of London) & Greenwich linking some of London’s top destinations & attractions. Below we’ve listed five ideas & events for the August Half Term from sightseeing cruises on the River Thames to family experiences at the National Maritime Museum & Tower of London. If your looking for an exciting evening in Greenwich then an Unlocked Tour or Halloween Tour at the Old Royal Naval College is not to be missed. Half Term Top 5 1. Take a cruise through the Thames Flood Barrier This week is our last week of cruises to the Thames Flood Barrier. Five barrier boats depart Westminster Pier, St. Katharine Pier & Greenwich Pier everyday. The final sailing of the season is on Sunday 28th October. After departing Greenwich Pier the cruise travels downriver past the Old Royal Naval College, the O2, under the Emirates Airline Cable Car & through the Thames Barrier before turning & cruising back to Greenwich. Westminster Pier: 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, 13:30, 14:30 St. Katharine Pier: 10:50, 11:50, 12:50, 13:50, 14:50 Greenwich Pier: 11:30, 12:30, 13:30, 14:30,