London by Night from the London Eye
Hi guys, it is some days that we are thinking of sharing with you some adventures of our trip to London. So today we want to talk about our experience at the London Eye.
The London Eye (or Millennium Wheel) is a Ferris wheel – typical symbol of the city – located in the south area of the River Thames. The structure opened at the end of 1999 and today it has become one of the most important attraction of London. With its 135 m height and 120 m diameter, it is the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe.
Quick guide to the London Eye
Tickets: you can buy the tickets directly there or you can book them here
Opening hours: the Ferris wheel’s opening time is variable according to the period of the year. You can check it here
How to reach it: the closest tube stations are Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross, and Westminster.
We decided to go to the London Eye in the evening, so that we were able to have a look at the entire city with the night-lights. After the experience, we realized that we actually chose the best time! Have a look at our gallery!