Coca-Cola London Eye located at South Bank, London SE1 7PB, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0870 990 8881

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Joe Allen

5 Google Rating

The London eye is an iconic landmark on the Thames and at the top you can see from miles around. I w

5/ 5

The London eye is an iconic landmark on the Thames and at the top you can see from miles around. I went to London with my girlfriend and we were both very excited about going to the eye. The line for tickets was not very long and the ticket agent was very helpful in explaining the type of packages you can purchase for other attractions located nearby. We ended up just getting ticket to the eye and no extra attractions. We went just as the eye opened, so there was almost no line for us to get on. I would advise to visit earlier rather than later as the line does get very long later in the day. The ride does not stop for you to get on, so the staff help you get on at an appropriate time. Overall the whole ride lasts around 25 minutes from when you get on to when you get off. I would recommend taking many photos facing the river as there are many other landmarks like Big Ben, parliament and Buckingham Palace in that direction. The Shard is very visible from the opposite direction of the river. The eye also takes a photo of you when the ride is almost over, which you can purchase later. The virtual eye tour is great as well and would recommend seeing it. Overall this is a must see if you are visiting London.

Marshall Knight

4 Google Rating

The London Eye is a must see and do when visiting London! The view is incredible especially at night

4/ 5

The London Eye is a must see and do when visiting London! The view is incredible especially at night! Keeping in mind this is a popular attraction I would advise booking ahead and choosing your time of visit carefully. Walks along the river bank in this area is also quite nice. There are often talented musicians playing along the riverside making the view all the more enjoyable. Good family area. Take a stroll there.

Deepu Sadashivan

5 Google Rating

Again a must visit if you are on London . My last experience with the Melbourne Star which is a very

5/ 5

Again a must visit if you are on London . My last experience with the Melbourne Star which is a very similar concept in Melbourne city was not the best and we were skeptical whether this would be anything better. However it was part of our tour and we took our chances .We were booked for a Sunday evening when this place has the most visitors . The long queue gave us a felling that we would be here for the rest of the day . To our surprise they manage it pretty well . We were in and out within an hour . The view when your cabin reaches the top is something that must be experienced . This is one monument which is just 19 years old . Everything else starts with a thousand year old history . Worth every penny . The fast track line can be skipped since the regular ones also move pretty fast . A must do if you are in London.

Karla Corpancho

5 Google Rating

The view was great and the ride was very enjoyable. I visited with my family and I would truly recom

5/ 5

The view was great and the ride was very enjoyable. I visited with my family and I would truly recommend it. However, I would suggest you buy a fast track pass as the normal queue was outrageously long. Specially if you can't handle the sun very well and alas in London you don't know when it will rain. It was sad that the Big Ben was closed for renovations.

TauterElf127824

5 Google Rating

I like Coca-Cola classic. My favourites flavours are vanilla and cherry. The eye is also cool. You m

5/ 5

I like Coca-Cola classic. My favourites flavours are vanilla and cherry. The eye is also cool. You might go there because it is a tourist attraction but being a tourist attraction it might have long queues. To counter this, I would suggest having some sort of entertainment like games on your phone. It has a good view and I would suggest taking photos.

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