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We had a wonderful day using this tour boat. Easy to do and so relaxing. Price good too. Great way to get around.
We travelled on the Thames from Westminster to Greenwich and back again. What an absolute delight! The dry-humoured guide struck the perfect blend of combining information, humour and silence in his monologue. We saw an incredible number of venues from the river perspective. This is an experience that I will recommend highly to anyone visiting London and, in fact, will repeat the next time I am in London.
We had a amazing time during daytime and evening time.
This was a delightful way to see some of the city sights and get on and off at some stops. Do yourself a favor and plan to get off at Greenwich - I wish we could have spent more time there before catching the last scheduled boat of the day. Our comical guide left us with the quote we used most often throughout our trip!! We still laugh when we say it!
The staff were friendly and helpful. This is a great way to get around.
The on board commentary was both informative and entertaining, and well-timed to coincide with the sites. We got off at Greenwich and explored the town, which was a picture postcard. The return trip was equally enjoyable - excellent value for the money. Will recommend to others.
What a fantastic way to see London, up and down, and on and off. I recommend this to anyone wanting to travel on the Thames. What a great trip! Well worth it.
Very well organised. Speaker was very informative and every effort was made to look after customers
Relaxing trip and very informative way to get to Greenwich. Took us a while to turn voucher into tickets so make sure you have the right voucher and not just an email. Would recommend the trip.
A relaxing way to see the city. The best way to get to Greenwich.
We had a very nice time on the river cruise. Certainly worth the ticket price, however a ticket office is needed at the London Eye pier!
We did not take full advantage of this but we had a great experience. Turns out the tickets is good for 24 hours so since we started at about 4:00 PM on one day, we were able to use it the morning of the second day. It did all that we needed, and the view's were very good.
Enjoyable hop-on hop-off river cruise. Plenty of upper deck seats along with clean onboard bathrooms. The cruise was provided with a live guide pointing out point of interests along the river. Very well done and the hop-off points were conveniently located.
Easy to use the boat service. Commentary on the boats was variable though. One boat was quite clear and others, the audio system was poor. Timing of the boats was not entirely clear as one boat was taken off its route without explanation and we needed to wait for the next one. It was not long but did alter our timing more than we planned for
This was a great activity to do with my grandparents who aren't really up for walking from one sight to the next. Relaxing and they run regularly with great commentary on the way.
Lovely tour. A bit pricey for the length of the trip before changing boats. And the line was a bit of a hassle. However, it was water and views and commentary on a beautiful River on a sunny gorgeous day... quite lovely.
The hop-on-hop-off was a good way to see London. There should be much more detail on the coupon that is to be redeemed for tickets with regard to location and name of agency that we were to contact at the specific pier. The information was certainly lacking.
Well, this tour was our first day, and it rained rather steadily. We took the cruise to Greenwich and wound up touring the Cutty Sark. Would love to have walked around the town some more; however the rain damped our desires. Toured the remainder of the stops on foot in the following days. Take this cruise on a nice day!
Extremely good trip. Took my 83 year old dad for his birthday treat and he loved it. Just one suggestion - regarding not having any commentary between London Bridge and Greenwich, you could include something about the history of the wharfs that are all now apartments, how they all used to docks, etc and that the small domes on either side at Greenwich are the start and end of a footbridge under the river (that the workers all used to use).