Sittingbourne, United Kingdom
[trivago traveller, 18/04/2013] The London Eye gives fantastic views over London and is amazingly high when you reach the very top. The cars are large and spacious with plenty of room to move around in. Have been a couple of times and took some fantastic photos. First time I went as early morning and there was not much cue unfortonatly the second time that I went the que was massive and took over an hour to get on The Eye.
[RedRoss, 28/01/2013] Visiting London and not riding on the London Eye is like having an ice cream that you will not eat :)
I waited a long time to get on the Eye, but it was worth every bit of it. The London Eye is open till late in the evening in case you need to visit it after work, or have a sudden moment of romance coming to you late in the day. You can get there by the Tube, by bus, by train, and even by boat. Good luck finding a parking space if you decide to use your car. You can even get a private capuse for the special moments in life you have.
Tickets are a bit pricy, but it is worth every penny of it. I
[Mihaela87, 06/05/2012] It is a must see for everyone.This is the most popular tourist atraction in London.The wheel is 135 metres tall.The London eye is fairly centrel in London and can be easly reached by public transport.The wheel moves very slowly and you can see all around.Everithing was amazing and I never forget this place.
[Mikesh, 03/11/2011] It is a must see for any tourists. The view is spectacular from the top. We had heard about the line and had gone by 11. It still took some time but we were on the ride soon. On the top you get the view of the entire city. Once we were done we saw the huge lines and were happy we had gone early.
[gregstx, 29/03/2011] not to be missed when you're visiting london
[TJT87, 02/03/2011] It was a great experience... From the London Eye you have a great view on the South Bank of the River Thames... You can see the Palace of Westminster, the Big Ben and the Waterloo station. Especially, for families it is a nice thing to do in London. A ride takes around 30-40 Minutes, so you have enough time to enjoy the brilliant scenery of London. In addition, London Eye tickets include a free 4D show in the new 4D cinema, which is also located in the London Eye complex... Dont forget you camera and enjoy!
Glasgow, United Kingdom
[Blueberry, 07/01/2011] I went there in mid December, because I thought that there will be less people than usual - it was cold and unpleasant to be outside. However, I found myself stuck in a very long waiting queue for about hour and a half. Anyway, after all the waiting we managed to get on the wheel and I was amazed. It moves quite slowly, so you have enough time to look around. The capsules are large enough, so you do not feel squeezed and out of breath. Even though I am a bit scared of heights, I felt safe in there. There is also a bench, so if you feel insecure you can sit there and still enjoy the ride. The w
Derby, United Kingdom
[auraobie, 01/06/2010] London, the city of paradoxes continues to impress as you continue towards the South Bank... from the old grandeur of the Houses of Parliament, you are suddenly greeted with the Post Modern beauty of the London Eye. This, another postcard symbol of London in modern years, represents the modernity of this historic city, providing a bemusing juxtaposition with the old city represented by Westminster, and yet again despite its strangeness and seeming unsuitability, fits perfectly with one's admiration of London. This aptly named piece of engineering really does represent the eye of the city, fitt
[vanyavelchevapearlbeams, 03/08/2009] British Airways London Eye, спонсорирано от British Airways, е разположено в самия център на Лондон. Това огромно, несравнимо с което и да е друго и великолепно виенско колело осигурява на гостите на Лондон птичи поглед над мегаполиса. Конструирано е по такъв начин, че всеки качил се на него любител на пътешествията да може да се наслади напълно на въздушната обиколка и редуващите се лондонски забележителности.
Препоръчвам на всички, запътили се към Лондон, да не пропуснат да се качат на Окото на Лондон, защото преживяването наистина си заслужава-въпреки че цените са сравнително високи-над
Lydden, United Kingdom
, 17/02/2008] Although I only live a 90 minute drive from London, I dont visit this City as often as I could do. The London Eye has been sponsored by British Airways since 1996 but it wasnt until last year that I actually got the chance to take a ‘flight on the London Eye.
The London Eye took six years to be built and is often referred to as The Millennium Wheel because it was built to mark a new millennium. The London Eye is fairly central in the City of London and can be easily reached by public transport as both Westminster and Waterloo stations are only a 5 minute walk away. The London Eye looks j
Temple Ewell, Dover, Kent, United Kingdom
, 07/12/2007] The British Airways London Eye is the tallest structure in London and looks just like a large Ferris Wheel. It is called the British Airways London Eye because British Airways have sponsored this attraction since 1996.
The London Eye is situated pretty much in the middle of London on the South Bank of the River Thames. The London Eye is actually about a 3 minute walk from Westminster tube station and Waterloo main station so I would say this attraction is extremely easy to get to whatever your mode of transport.
There are several ways in which to get tic
Livingston, United Kingdom
If you're not familiar with this attraction, let me explain right now that we're not talking about a visit to the the Museum of Anatomy, or even a specialist opticians, but a giant, revolving wheel handily adorned with viewing capsules, each of which can accommodate up to 25 people.
OK, that's what it is, here's where it is......
The London Eye is sits on the South Bank of the River Thames, almost directly opposite Big Ben and between Hungerford Bridge and Westminster Bridge.
Waterloo Tube Station and Westminster Tube Station are the closest, around five minutes walking foll