Want to experience something breathtaking and adventurous on your trip to the London city? Then a visit to one of the world's top attractions of the city – 'The London Eye' will enhance the value of your trip.
The London Eye is a place where the world's biggest Ferris Wheel of 135 meters was installed and which is located in the Jubilee Gardens on the South Bank of Thames river.
A spectacular and unforgettable Journey
The Eye is a moving Ferris wheel with large 'pods' in which you travel. It's a slow flight which takes round about 30 minutes to complete a turn where you are able to enjoy the glorious unimpeded views over London.
As the capsule began to rise, we feel like hovering above London in a gurgle. The way the capsules are suspended allows for a full 360-degree panorama of the city's famous buildings and areas when you're at the top of the wheel. The first 3D aerial footage of London and 4D experience are amazing.
One of the lovable things about the eye is that there are private capsules for romantic couples named 'The Cupid Capsule' which is available on rent. It comes with a bottle of Laurent-Perrier champagne making the journey memorable.
Places to visit near The London Eye
There are a lot of things to do near the London Eye. You can start your day with the visit at the London Eye enjoying the journey of the city in the skyline. Then get up close to the most amazing aquatic creatures at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium. The other attractions to visit near are the star-studded studio of Madame Tussaud and the London Dungeon.
Right across the bridge from the London Eye are the Houses of Parliament, the Jewel Tower, The Westminster Abbey and the Cabinet War Rooms.
The London Eye is really worth the time and money and one of the best things to do in London.
• Don't forget your camera and have the clicks near the footprints and in the cabinet.
• It is advisable to pre-book your tickets on the weekends so that you can save a lot of your time standing in the long queue.