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Enjoy London attractions from a Bateaux London Restaurant Cruise
Published: Monday 28th of January 2013
Tourists looking for a truly special way to see some of the most famous London attractions should opt for a Bateaux London Restaurant Cruise.
People on board are treated to a delicious meal as they glide past a whole host of iconic sights, including the Houses of Parliament, Tower Bridge, the London Eye and Tate Modern.
The Parisian-style all-glass vessels depart offer a three-course lunch menu, or a four course a la carte dinner menu, which is accompanied by a delicious welcome cocktail and live entertainment.
Those opting for the cruise at night will be particularly delighted with the backdrop of London attractions, which at that time will be lit up by twinkling lights to breathtaking effect. It lasts two and a half hours and the resident on board band provide great entertainment.
People who want a more informal river cruise could opt for a Thames river cruise, which enables sightseeing in a comfortable setting.
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Posted by Georgina Black
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