Pontile di Greenwich (Cutty Sark)

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Thames River Sightseeing

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.

I passeggeri possono imbarcarsi a Westminster Pier, Embankment Pier, Festival Pier, Bankside Pier, Tower Bridge Quay o Greenwich e approfittare di una vasta gamma di opzioni di biglietteria. I biglietti singoli sono adatti per i viaggiatori giornalieri o per i passeggeri che viaggiano dentro o fuori Londra e i biglietti di andata e ritorno consentono ai passeggeri di sbarcare ed esplorare prima di unirsi a una crociera di ritorno più tardi lo stesso giorno. Un River Pass di 2 giorni è l'opzione perfetta per chiunque visiti Londra per più giorni. Un River Pass consente viaggi illimitati sui nostri servizi a soli £19,50 per adulto, un River Pass per famiglie costa solo £39,00 (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).

Perché scegliere Thames River Sightseeing

  • Imbarcazioni turistiche moderne e tradizionali con ponti scoperti, saloni riscaldati e servizi igienici.
  • Partenze regolari: Attualmente ogni 40 minuti.
  • I bar caffetteria a bordo sono aperti il ​​sabato e la domenica e servono bevande calde, bibite analcoliche, bevande alcoliche e snack leggeri. Alcune partenze tra il lunedì e il venerdì potrebbero avere anche un rinfresco disponibile. (Per saperne di più)
  • Crociere panoramiche tra Westminster Pier, Embankment Pier, Festival Pier, Bankside Pier, Tower Bridge Quay (Molo di Santa Caterina) & Greenwich Pier passando più di 44 punti di riferimento di Londra.
  • Audioguida Wi-Fi disponibile in inglese, spagnolo, francese, italiano, tedesco e mandarino. (Dispositivo intelligente e cuffie non sono forniti, Leggi di più)

 

Thames River Sightseeing Rotta

Attualmente operiamo 7 giorni su 7 con scalo a Westminster Pier, Embankment Pier, Festival Pier, Bankside Pier, Tower Bridge Quay e Greenwich Pier. Purtroppo quest'anno non siamo in grado di offrire le nostre crociere alla barriera del Tamigi.

Moli sulle nostre rotte
Molo di Westminster (Camere del Parlamento)
Pontile di Embankment (Charing Cross, Villiers Street e Strand)
Pontile di Festival (Royal Festival Hall e South Bank Centre)
Pontile di Bankside (Globe Theatre e Tate Modern)
Tower Bridge Quay (Molo di Santa Caterina)
Pontile di Greenwich (Cutty Sark)

Evening Cruises from Greenwich Pier

2-Hour Evening Cruises for just £10.00 Per Adult

We have been operating our 2-Hour Sunday Evening Cruise for over 30 years, it’s London’s oldest evening cruise & departs from Greenwich Pier (by the Cutty Sark) every Sunday from May until September. Our evening cruises operate from 19:00 – 21:00 during May, June, July & August & 18:30 – 20:30 in September. The cruise travels upriver from the Royal Borough of Greenwich, passing Docklands & underneath Tower Bridge before cruising through the City of London & City of Westminster. We travel as far as time & tide allow before turning & cruising back to Greenwich.

About Greenwich Pier

Greenwich Pier is located on the South shore of the River Thames in Maritime Greenwich, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The pier sits between the famous tea clipper Cutty Sark & Sir Christopher Wren’s Riverside Masterpiece, the Old Royal Naval College. Today the Royal Borough of Greenwich is an eclectic mix of historical & modern buildings. Greenwich town centre is home to a collection of museums, pubs, restaurants, markets & shops.

A few of Greenwich’s historic buildings include the Queens House (designed by Inigo Jones & the first classical building in England) to the Royal Observatory (Sir Christopher Wren) or St. Alfege Church (Nicolas Hawksmoor).

Private Charters from Greenwich Pier

Le nostre versatili barche da festa sono una scelta popolare per eventi aziendali e privati ​​sul Tamigi. Grandi ponti scoperti, saloni riscaldati e bar con licenza completa sono solo alcuni dei servizi che si possono trovare a bordo.

Siamo in grado di fornire una vasta gamma di opzioni di ristorazione e ristorazione, perfettamente abbinate alla nostra ampia carta dei vini. Le nostre opzioni di intrattenimento e decorazioni possono anche rendere il tuo evento davvero unico.

Near Greenwich Pier

Cutty Sark, Royal Borough of GreenwichCutty Sark, Royal Borough of Greenwich

About 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.

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  • Self-guided tours with an audio guide available through Smartify.
  • View the largest collection of Merchant Navy Figureheads in the world.
  • Enjoy views from Cutty Sark’s deck overlooking Greenwich, the River Thames & the London skyline.
  • Refreshments available in the Cutty Sark café.
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Old Royal Naval College, Royal Borough of GreenwichOld Royal Naval College, Royal Borough of Greenwich

About the Old Royal Naval College

The Old Royal Naval College is Sir Christopher Wren’s riverside masterpiece, built in the 17th Century as the Royal Hospital for Seamen on the site of the Tudor Palace of Placentia. The Old Royal Naval College boasts beautiful surroundings & some of the most magnificent interiors in London. The Painted Hall in King William Court is home to the largest painted ceiling in Europe, a Baroque masterpiece by Sir James Thornhill depicting over 300 years of English aristocracy & British Naval Power. The Chapel of St Peter & St Paul in Queen Mary Court has a beautiful interior designed by James ‘Athenian’ Stewart. Visitors to the Old Royal Naval College can enjoy tours of the Painted Hall & the grounds & visit the cafe & gift shop located in King William Court.

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  • Take a self guided tour of the Old Royal Naval College Grounds.
  • Visit the Painted Hall & marvel at the largest painted ceiling in Europe.
  • Take a guided tour of the grounds & the Painted Hall.
  • Visit the Old Royal Naval College Chapel designed by James ‘Athenian’ Stuart.
  • Explore the Ripley Tunnel & visit the Victorian Skittle Alley & bowl using practice cannon balls.
  • Buy souvenirs & gifts at the Painted Hall Shop or the Greenwich Visitor Centre shop.
  • Refreshments available in the Painted Hall Café in the beautifully restored undercroft.
  • Visit The Old Brewery, a Young’s Gastropub located within the Old Royal Naval College grounds.
  • Regular markets, events & exhibitions around the site.
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Greenwich Market, Royal Borough of GreenwichGreenwich Market, Royal Borough of Greenwich

About Greenwich Market

There have been markets in Greenwich since the 14th century. The current market dates from 1700 when the Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital were assigned a royal charter. Greenwich market offers a wide range of antiques, arts, crafts, fashion, jewellery & market food.

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  • Browse arts & crafts, antiques & souvenirs at the various market stalls.
  • Try street food from around the world at the Greenwich Market food area.
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National Maritime Museum, Royal Borough of Greenwich

About the National Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum is the largest museum in the world dedicated to maritime and naval history. Opened in 1937 by King George VI the museum is home to over 2 million items including art, charts, maps, memorabilia & artefacts.

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  • Explore the museums galleries & discover stories of the sea & maritime history.
  • Refreshments available in Parkside Café & the Great Map Café.
  • Purchase gifts & souvenirs in the National Maritime Museum Shop.
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Greenwich Park, Royal Borough of Greenwich

About Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park is the oldest of the Royal Parks & has strong ties to the Tudor & Stuart monarchs. In the 15th century Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester (brother to Henry V) was granted 200 acres of land & permission to construct a stone tower which later become known as Duke Humphrey’s Tower.

After the Duke’s death the land passed to the Crown & his riverside manor house was remodelled by Henry VII into what became the Tudor Palace of Placentia. The Tudor palace was the birthplace of Henry VIII, Mary I & Elizabeth the I & was a favourite residence of the Tudor monarchs due to its close proximity to the river & ample hunting ground. Henry VIII introduced deer to Greenwich Park & their decedents remain to this day.

The Stuart period saw great changes to the park with the demolition of the Palace of Placentia, the construction of the Queens House, Royal Hospital for Seamen (Now the Old Royal Naval College) & the Royal Observatory Greenwich. The Tudor hunting grounds & pleasure gardens made way for a more formal landscape designed by André Le Notre, gardener to Louis XIV of France.

Today Greenwich Park spans 183 acres & forms one of London’s most magnificent landscapes. Greenwich Hill offers views of the Queens House, Old Royal Naval College, the River Thames & Docklands.

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  • Climb Greenwich Hill & stand across the Historic Prime Meridian.
  • Climb Greenwich Hill & marvel at the view across Greenwich, Docklands & London.
  • The Greenwich Park Playground is the perfect place for families to enjoy the park.
  • Refreshments available in the Pavilion Café & the White House Café.
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The Queens House, Royal Borough of Greenwich

About the Queens House

The Queens House was the first classical building in England, built by Inigo Jones for Queen Anne of Denmark, wife of King James I. Now over 400 years old the house has been extensively refurbished and is home to an internationally renowned art collection.

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The Fan Museum, Royal Borough of Greenwich

About the Fan Museum

The fan museum was the first of its kind and is situated in a pair of restored Grade II listed town houses dating from 1721. It is the only museum in the UK dedicated to the history of fans and is home to numerous exhibits & the orangery which serves afternoon tea in a picturesque setting.

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The Royal Observatory Greenwich, Royal Borough of Greenwich

About the Royal Observatory Greenwich

The Royal Observatory Greenwich was founded in 1675 by King Charles II. The Observatory sits on the hill in Greenwich Park and is the location of the Historic Prime Meridian (Greenwich Meantime). The Royal Observatory is also home to the Greenwich Time Ball which has marked 13:00 Greenwich Meantime everyday since 1833.

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Rangers House, Royal Borough of Greenwich

About Rangers House & the Werhner Collection

Rangers House was built c. 1700 by Vice-Admiral Francis Hosier. The house has been home to a number of residents over the years including the Rangers of Greenwich Park between 1816 & 1896. Rangers house is now home to the Werhner Collection, over 700 items assembled by the diamond magnate Julius Werhner.

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 Posizione del molo di Greenwich

**I collegamenti di trasporto si basano sui dati di Transport for London, controlla sempre il loro sito web (tfl.gov.uk) quando pianifichi il tuo viaggio.

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Operiamo crociere diurne da 6 moli sul Tamigi e charter privati ​​da oltre 20 moli. Fare clic sul collegamento sottostante per visualizzare tutti i moli.

**I collegamenti di trasporto si basano sui dati di Transport for London, controlla sempre il loro sito web (tfl.gov.uk) quando pianifichi il tuo viaggio.

I tempi di percorrenza e le distanze sono tempi medi basati sui dati di Google Maps.