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  • 5 mentions in How can my family make the most of our trip to London?

    • Andrew P.

      Andrew P. said, "...river boat tour - there is a large speedboat that takes in the sites with the expected thrill of speed. The London Eye needs booking in advance...." See More

    • Maria O.

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      Maria O. said, "...something for everybody in the city - all the popular attractions: Tower Of London, National Gallery, The British Museum, Tate Modern, London Eye, Covent Garden, Buckingham Palace, Oxford St, Regent St, and Bond St, for shopping. Or take in one of..." See More

    • Ragan S.

      Ragan S. said, " National Gallery and they really enjoyed that! After all the walking it was a nice change! They also loved the London Eye! Me...not so much!(London eye and Parliament building) (Me on London eye doing my happy place chant) just one..." See More

    • Laurel W.

      Laurel W. said, "...close to each other; the Natural History Museum and Victoria & Albert Museum are across the street from each other; the London Eye is near the House Of Parliament and Big Ben...." See More

    • Spencer S.

      Spencer S. said, "...Check out a child appropriate play and got to the Tower Of London, they will have a blast! The London Eye is also a neat experience...." See More

  • 5 mentions in What are the top 5 sights I can't miss in London?

    • Sunil N.

      Sunil N. said, "...My suggestion would be the London Eye at dusk as you get to see (weather permitting !) many landmarks and the bonus of the same all lit up. Online booking saves money and hassle as it gets you ahead of the huge..." See More

    • Jacey & Scott M.

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      Jacey & Scott M. said, "...if you are there during the time they offer tours of Buckingham Palace you have to go. It is wild! The London Eye gives you the absolute best view of London, I know it is a cliche, but you can't get that..." See More

    • Laura W.

      Laura W. said, "...The The British Museum of course, Notting Hill, Kensington, Knightsbridge, Hyde Park, a walk along the Thames from the London Eye to the Tower Bridge, Soho, and all the little squares and semi-private gardens all around the city...." See More

    • Lindsay H.

      Lindsay H. said, "...London to visit, you cannot miss seeing the Covent Garden, Greenwich Market, Borough Market, Westminster Abbey and although super touristy, the London Eye is beautiful! Premier Inn London County Hall Hotel, Comfort Inn Buckingham Palace Road, The Bloomsbury Hotel..." See More

    • Bonnie U.

      Bonnie U. said, "...Market is an amazing and beautiful market. Abbey Road if you're a Beatles fan. National Portrait Gallery is an amazing museum. London Eye is classic. The Orangery Restaurant for tea...." See More

  • 3 mentions in On 2-3 days business trip. Things to do/see and street shopping suggestions

    • Laurel W.

      Laurel W. said, "...You are right near the National Gallery and National Portrait Galleryif you like art. You are also not far from the London Eye if you just walk across the river...." See More

    • Simon B.

      Simon B. said, "...Jubilee Bridges to enjoy iconic views - The City and St Pauls one way and The Houses of Parliament and The London Eye the other. Above all, enjoy!..." See More

    • Callum G.

      Callum G. said, "...there's loads to see or do anywhere! Things to do - There's the Tower Of London and the London dungeons, the London Eye, Natural History Museum, Tons of theatre productions (my sister is currently starring in CATS the musical which is..." See More

  • 3 mentions in Where to visit for out first time out of the country?

    • Ragan S.

      Ragan S. said, " wandered into a gorgeous parade celebrating the anniversary of the British Marines and we saw the Queen! They loved the London Eye, well worth the fees. depending on the ages of your kids, the best advice I can give is..." See More

    • chuck l.

      chuck l. said, "...Need to know more about you, traveling as family, what do you like. How much time. When are you going. London Eye is the ferris wheel is a bit pricey but allows you to get a great view of London from above...." See More

    • Peter R.

      Peter R. said, "...Also go to the House Of Parliament and see Big Ben. Not far from there is the London Eye. A big ferris wheel right oh the Thames. Prices are a bit expensive, but maybe you can find some deals online or..." See More

  • 3 mentions in 4 days in London - Local insights on attractions and restaurants?

    • Valerie S.

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      Valerie S. said, "...British Museum and have lunch in Holborn or Russell Square -- maybe try a pub lunch at The Lady Ottoline!Do the London Eye as the sun goes down, to see the city by both daylight and twilight. Day 3 Visit Camden High..." See More

    • Ahmed S.

      Ahmed S. said, "...Attractions: All the cliche (great for couples): - London Eye London Eye (giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames - Buckingham PalaceBuckingham palace, Westminster Abbey, London Tower & The London Dungeon - Madame Tussauds London Madame Tussaud's wax..." See More

    • Krista N.

      Krista N. said, "...into! Of course you should see the major things -- Buckingham Palace, Changing of the Guards, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, the London Eye -- but if you are looking for other options, also check out the following... Spitalfields -- fun market close..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best city views of London?

    • Tim C.

      Tim C. said, "...for free at the Cafe National Portrait Gallery; a must do for great view of the Houses of Parliament and London London Eye; the cafe on 3rd floor of the Southbank Centre with views over the River Thames and Hampstead Heath..." See More

    • Sandra S.

      Sandra S. said, "...Best views is from London Eye and Saint Paul's Cathedral..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Which 2 cities should I go to for my 8 day honeymoon trip?

    • Judy C.

      Judy C. said, "...Europe you will love exploring London museums. So much fun going by the places, seeing the London sites (do ride the London Eye) and using the public transportation. For food in London, go for the international cuisine since the British food..." See More

    • Laura C.

      Laura C. said, " the Royal Festival Hall for a drink and take in the view, or you could carry on down to the London Eye. The Victoria & Albert Museum is also one of my Favourites with the Science Museum next door. Outside..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Children in London

    • Crystal L.

      Crystal L. said, "...have no trouble finding things to keep the children (and yourself) entertained while in London. Here are just a few suggestions: London Eye London Transport MuseumScience MuseumSee a show in West End, such as Lion King or MatildaSt James' ParkBattersea Park Children's..." See More

    • Lynn F.

      Lynn F. said, "...Hop-on/Hop-off Bus to get the lay of the land; London Eye, Tower Of London, the Beefeaters' tour (they are amusing); Harry Potter Tour (go to Tourist Information Offices for info); London Zoo, Madame Tussauds London, Trafalgar Square, (the church, St Martin-in-the-Fields..." See More

  • 2 mentions in 9 Hour Layover in London

    • Jessi P.

      Jessi P. said, " down to Westminster Bridge for views of the Elizabeth Tower (which houses Big Ben), the House Of Commons, and the London Eye. From there, you can wander east along the Southbank, stopping at galleries or great little restaurants as they..." See More

    • Jake R.

      Jake R. said, "...A great place to spend some time in London is by walking up South Bank. Start at the London Eye. Get the underground to Embankment or Waterloo Station and walk over to the London Eye. Then walk down the South Bank..." See More

  • 2 mentions in 9 hour layover in London! What can the 4 of us do in this time?

    • Kristi D.

      Kristi D. said, "...platform change to get on the District line towards Barking or Upminster. There you can see the House of Parliament, the London Eye and Westminster Abbey. If you want to try fish and chips or a full English breakfast, within walking distance..." See More

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, "...but, if you want to get a sense for how big the city is and a great view, maybe try the London Eye. Depending on which day you're there you can head up to Borough Market for lunch. Some of the..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Help us plan a week in London in May/June

    • colleen n.

      colleen n. said, "..." Churchill War Rooms (Churchill Museum & Cabinet War Rooms) " is an amazing choice. Well worth the entry fee. The London Eye is expensive and rather boring - a long que & 45 min - 1 hour stuck in a very..." See More

    • Nat W.

      Nat W. said, "...start South Bank Centre and walk along the river where you will see the House Of Parliament , Big Ben , London Eye and there is sometimes a food market near the National Theatre and a cute little arty area with small..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What to do and where to go in England (london) ?

    • Philip D.

      Philip D. said, "...Park(great view), The Regent's ParkHampstead Heath (Great View) Cruise down the Thames on a Clipper boat 6 pound(ish) past Big Ben, London Eye, Tower Bridge, Tower Bridge Rd, The Grenade, etc FREE Museums - National History, Victoria & Albert, Science Museum,..." See More

    • Khaled A.

      Khaled A. said, "...within a few steps away from each other surrounding you in a square-like area with a park in the middle. the London Eye or The London Dungeon are always fun to go to. Musicals are a big thing there too! and avoid..." See More

  • 2 mentions in 2 week itinerary for London, Spain, and Germany?

    • Molly S.

      Molly S. said, "...when you include changes). Check out budget airlines Ryanair and Easyjet. In London, it really depends on your particular interests. The London Eye is a great experience, and it's great to see sights like Big Ben, the House Of Parliament, and Buckingham..." See More

    • Juan Pablo U.

      Juan Pablo U. said, " week there and the other week between Madrid and Germany. >> In London, I recommend you to visit, obviously, the London Eye. If you like arts, you two most go to Saatchi Gallery. Don't miss to have a look at..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best itinerary for 3 days in London and 4 days in Paris

    • Ragan S.

      Ragan S. said, " most anywhere, and the best part you get to SEE the city while transfering from one place to another! The London Eye was probably the most memorable for the kids, partly because mom sat on the benche with her head bent..." See More

    • Tanya R.

      Tanya R. said, "...legs a rest was taking a river tour on the Thames River Boats and an evening activity was going on the London Eye. Buy these tickets online if you can. The London Pass I found was a good buy. The hop..." See More

  • 2 mentions in I've got 24hrs, can anyone map it out for the wife and I?

    • Allison B.

      Allison B. said, "...try to get reduced price tickets at the TKTS booth in Leicester Square Must sees should include Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, London Eye, Westminster Abbey, or just a walk down the River Thames..." See More

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, "...see if it's happening the day you're visiting. If you want a bird's eye view of the city of London, try London Eye or the observation deck The Shard. If you're looking to use the Tube a lot, make sure you buy..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are unique things to do for a romantic evening in London?

    • Valerie S.

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      Valerie S. said, "...romantic no matter what you do :) The super tourist in me says to do the private champagne experience on the London Eye where you get your own pod and have bubbly during your hour long ride (do it as the sun..." See More

  • 1 mention in One night in London in December

    • Kristi D.

      Kristi D. said, "...but the price will be high (I used Priceline). I think walking around the tourist sights at night is nice, the London Eye is lit up, the Houses of Parliament are lit up, there's a Christmas market at South Bank, St Pauls..." See More

  • 1 mention in Travel from hotel on Bath Road to London Centre

    • Simon B.

      Simon B. said, "...Palace, down the The Mall to Trafalgar Square, Whitehall, Parliament Square, Westminster Abbey and more. Walk over Westminster bridge to The London Eye, then back over the Thames towards Strand, Covent Garden Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus If you have time..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must sees/dos for first timer in England in early October

    • Paula J.

      Paula J. said, "...London is such a great city! Be sure to walk the river, ride the London Eye and see Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus. The theaters are great as is Covent Gardens. Ticket booth for half priced theater tickets is at Leister Square...." See More

  • 1 mention in Where to stay in London?

    • Damian M.

      Damian M. said, "...places I recommend are near Piccadilly Circus Travel Information Centre. St James's Park Buckingham Palace Big Ben Green Park Bridge St London Eye M&M's World Chinatown Hard Rock Cafe London Good luck! Damian...." See More

  • 1 mention in Four days, two friends, ideas?

    • Emily M.

      Emily M. said, "...all! Some of the highlights include Tower Of London, Natural History Museum, Buckingham Palace, The British Museum, National Gallery, Tate Modern, London Eye, The London Dungeon, Madame Tussauds London, Harrods, Shakespeare's Globe, Saint Paul's Cathedral and on and on!! For shopping..." See More

  • 1 mention in Itinerary Check

    • Renate F.

      Renate F. said, "...listen to the tour guide. You'll see many major sites such as Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Parliament Square, Westminster Abbey, the London Eye, the The Shard, St Pauls, the Tower Bridge, and Tower Of London and will get a good feel..." See More

  • 1 mention in Top ten must see places in Germany, France and UK

    • colleen n.

      colleen n. said, "...more fun. This can be done during the day, at sunset or in the evening. This is far superior to the London Eye that most tourists do...." See More

  • 1 mention in Where should we stay with kids in London?

    • Rachel L.

      Rachel L. said, " a Londoner) and yet you're out of the exhausting and expensive central tourist traps. Go to: the London Zoo, the London Eye on Southbank, Hamleys toy shop on Regent Street, the Science Museum, the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London in Watford..." See More

  • 1 mention in Help with an itinerary for 20 days in Europe

    • Valerie S.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at

      Valerie S. said, " for London: Tower Bridge and the Tower Of London - touristy and cheesy but necessary if you've never seen them. London Eye and Southbank Centre/Southbank near House Of Parliament.Camden Town and the canals - great shopping and culture. Must see in/notes..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best places to explore in London, Paris, Amsterdam, and Switzerland?

    • Laurance R.

      Laurance R. said, "...The several parks, London Eye, Trafalgar Square, Hamleys (toy shop), many museums that appeal to a variety of people, ages, and are free...." See More

  • 1 mention in New Years Eve/birthday celebration in London or Paris?

    • Valerie S.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at

      Valerie S. said, "...beautiful time of year to see Oxford St done up for the holidays and watch the New Years fireworks at the London Eye and House Of Parliament.See? Stunning! Of course, Paris has beautiful fireworks as well at the Eiffel Tower, but having..." See More

  • 1 mention in Is New Years in London pleasant?

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, "...a spot along the Thames to view the fireworks would be a great thing. Be warned though, any vantage point around London Eye Big Ben and House Of Parliament would be very crowded, as is Trafalgar Square - another NYE hotspot...." See More

  • 1 mention in Fun things to do in London

    • Valerie S.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at

      Valerie S. said, "...cut down on the cost of doing the 'must-see' sights. Also, I don't think anyone has suggested it yet, but the London Eye is a MUST do. The secret to success on the eye is to go at sundown--time it so that..." See More

  • 1 mention in Restaurants/Nightlife/Cultural Landmarks in London this summer

    • Valerie S.

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      Valerie S. said, "...the Rosetta Stone. If you're a bit alternative, check out the Hunterian Museum. In terms of cultural landmarks, may I recommend London Eye (best done at sunset), and Monument to the Great Fire of London (a bit of a climb, but worth..." See More

  • 1 mention in What month/week everything is blooming in London?

    • Kevin C.

      Kevin C. said, "...and all the beautiful countryside. If you do stay around London, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Gardens is beautiful! Don't miss the London Eye, and Tower Of London . There are also some great parks in London. Wicked in London is fabulous!..." See More

  • 1 mention in Harry Potter Tours in London

    • Valerie S.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at

      Valerie S. said, "...of history of the area that way. If you're looking for film locations and it's your first trip to London, the London Eye gives you the iconic shots of the Thames you see in Order of the Phoenix. Finally, there's a fair..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best place to take family with two teens/boys and one 22 year old/girl?

    • Lyn C.

      Lyn C. said, "...The London Eye is fun. Greenwich, and all the other normal sight-seeing places in London. Covent Garden, Borough Market. Tower Of London is especially fun. Number Sixteen is my favorite hotel in London but pricey...." See More

  • 1 mention in What tourist traps around the world are worth the visit?

    • Lindsey B.

      Lindsey B. said, "...Westminster Abbey in London. Also the London Eye it's worth the lines to see London from that vantage point, get your tickets online to save a bit of the headache! Also, Harrods!!! Upstate New York; Cooperstown, if you're into baseball hit up..." See More

  • 1 mention in 4 days in London 4 days in Venice

    • Polly B.

      Polly B. said, "...the West End for a play in the evening.DAY 3 visit Shakespeare's Globe before walking along the South Bank to the London Eye. Go shopping at Harrods or have tea in the afternoon.DAY 4 visit Saint Paul's Cathedral, Tower Of London..." See More

  • 1 mention in London on the Cheap

    • Nathanaël M.

      Nathanaël M. said, "...enjoyed my stays even more than when I spent my time in waiting lines for "must sees" like Tower Of London, London Eye, ... What I prefer is walking (a lot) as I discover London under different views every time I..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must visit in 3 days

    • Jade F.

      Jade F. said, "...Of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, or Saint Paul's Cathedral, they are all well worth it. We really enjoyed the view from the London Eye but wished we had gone a bit closer to dusk in order to see the skyline light up...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best cities in England to visit by train from London?

    • Lindsey B.

      Lindsey B. said, "...of people are very fascinated by it). Tourist traps in London that are totally worth it: Covent Garden, Westminster Abbey, the London Eye, and Harrods!!..." See More

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