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London attractions: Go for a glide-by on a Thames River Cruise
Published: Tuesday 30th of April 2013
What could be better than hopping on board to enjoy a friendly, and knowledgeable service, with the wind blowing through your hair, while you learn about the history behind this historic city.
Highlights of the cruise include the site of the Cutty Sark, the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, the Tate Modern, and many more.
The Thames River Cruise is something of an all-in-one attraction simply because guests are able to enjoy the sights and sounds of London and see its many different facets all in one journey.
It is ideal for anybody who wants to take in all of London in one, relaxing swoop. The guide is also on hand to help you to decide where else you want to go, while also giving a rundown of the history behind some of the city's awe-inspiring sights.
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