The Thames is a 346-kilometer river starting in Gloucestershire, flowing through the heart of London, and emptying into the North Sea. Nearly 70% of London’s drinking water comes from the River Thames. So, you can safely drink it!
If you want the best weather, then you should take a Thames Cruise in the summer. But keep in mind that this is when London is teeming with tourists. If you want better value for your accommodations in this expensive city, arrive during the winter. It’s quite chilly, but not unbearable. Spring and Fall bring milder weather and fewer tourists.
If you want to sit on the banks near London Bridge, then take the Jubilee or Northern underground line to the London Bridge station. If you fancy a picnic on the Thames near Big Ben, take the Jubilee, Circle, or District underground line to Westminster station.
The best way to experience other top London attractions in your one-day itinerary is by booking a hop on and off Thames River Cruise. You can get off at piers near St. Paul’s Cathedral, Big Ben, the Tate Modern Museum, Shakespeare’s Globe, the Tower of London, and more for a flexible sightseeing experience.
Thames river is situated around 47 km away from the City Center of London.
You can check out the most popular eating options near the river Thames like Blueprint Café and The Bingham to enjoy delectable English cuisine with mesmerizing views.
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