Emirates Air Line
Enjoy great views and a unique ride across the Thames on the Emirates Air Line cable car.
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This is a cable car that goes over the river thames. From the flat you can take the DLR train to reach here, which is really good as it gives you a different view of London. Great views!
The first cable car over the river Thames, with spectacular views on London
Glide above the Thames in the Emirates Air Line cable car and enjoy great views of London. Using the cable car is an easy way to get from the Greenwich Peninsula to the Royal Docks. The cable car trip takes approximately 10 minutes. However, during peak times (7am to 9am Monday to Friday) the…
See London differently from Emirates Air Line. Buy a combined ticket for Emirates Air Line, Thames Clippers and London. Transport Museum and enjoy a varied day of fun in London. Fly over the Thames and glide down it with a combined Emirates Air Line and Thames Clippers ticket. The Emirates Air Line…
Really great way to see views of London, just get the DLR from Stratford to Royal Victoria and use your contactless card to board the emirates air line over the Thames to North Greenwich
Well worth a visit! Take the DLR to Royal Victoria and cross the river on the cable car! Take the river boat from Greenwich back to the Tower of London!
This is another fantastic way to enjoy the view of London from the sky for the 02 destination where there are different types of world well known restaurants.
The Emurate cable cars are is a must jump on.. It is a very lovely way of having a good view of the River Thames from the East to the South. Economic way of travelling and very vibrant.
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