The British Ariways London Eye is the biggest ferris wheel in the world. It opened its doors in 2000 to celebrate the millennium.
It is right in front of the Parliament headquarters, in the South Bank of the River Thames. The ticket office is inside the County Hall, the closest building to the London Eye.
Passengers give an entire turn in half an hour, reaching a height of 135 meters above the ground. The views are excellent and in all directions. On days of good visibility you can see up to 40 kilometers away.
Its 32 capsules represent the 32 districts of London and can accommodate 25 people each.
Opens every day between 10 and 21 hours. Closed on December 25 and during the month of January a week for maintenance.
Although it costs more expensive to book tickets in advance to avoid long lines and have priority boarding, otherwise you must be there 45 minutes before.
The cost of tickets It is £ 17.50 for those over 16, £ 8.75 for children over 4 and £ 14.00 for the disabled and those over 60.