Our Top 5 London Landmarks for NYE

Ring in the New Year with a view of some the most famous London landmarks! From the our decks of our NYE boat on the Thames, you can see Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, The London Eye and more. Here are our top five picks for New Year’s Eve. Happy ringing in 2022!

Did you know that from our boat you can see some of London’s most famous landmarks? If you’re looking for a special way to ring in 2022, we’ve got five picks for you. Here are our favorites:

5) Canary Wharf

If you’re looking for a London landmark to snap a selfie in front of, Canary Wharf is the place to be. This business district is home to some of the city’s most iconic buildings, including One Canada Square (the second tallest building in the UK) and HSBC Tower.

 One of the best ways to get a selfie is on a boat, but we might be a bit biased with this.

Canary Wharf London Landmark
The Shard London

4) The Shard


The Shard is Europe’s tallest building and it’s no wonder why people are so fascinated by it. It’s an architectural masterpiece that offers stunning views of London from its dizzying height. Whether you’re a visitor to the city or a local, The Shard should be at the top of your list of things to see. Soaring high above everything else.

As you walk down the streets of London, you can’t help but notice the towering Shard. It’s easily the tallest building in all of Europe. 1,016 feet high, The Shard is definitely a sight to behold!

3) Tower Bridge


London is a city of iconic views. Whether it’s from the top of a skyscraper or on a river boat sailing under one of its many bridges, there are plenty of breathtaking photo opportunities to be had. Of all London’s bridges, Tower Bridge is perhaps the most famous – and offers the best view from the water.

If you’re visiting London and want to get up close and personal with this architectural masterpiece, here’s how to do it by boat!

Big Ben London

2) Big Ben and Houses of Parliament 

If you’ve ever been to the capital, one of the most iconic London landmarks you’ll see is the Elizabeth Tower, more commonly known as Big Ben. Towering over the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, Big Ben is a must-see for any tourist visiting the city. While its ticking clock may be famous, there’s a lot more to Big Ben than just that! 

These iconic landmarks are some of the most famous in the world, and draw tourists from all over. It is a must see for anyone visiting London.

1) The London Eye

The London Eye is one of the most iconic structures in the world, and for good reason. It offers some of the best views of the city, making it a popular tourist spot. 

But what about New Year’s Eve? Now we can tell you the best way to ring in the new year is a fireworks show at the London Eye on a boat so you miss the crowded streets. 

Again we might be slightly biased on this spot but it is experience that needs be seen at least once in a lifetime.

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