London Eye
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London Travel Guide

Sightseeing Guide
The world's largest Ferris wheel on the Thames river is London Eye.
London Eye is a facility built in 1999 as a memorial service of Millennium (2000), which is popular since its opening.
One of the reasons is that you can see London's famous facilities such as Big Ben and Buckingham Palace from the sky because it is in the center of London.
Each facility viewed from the sky is worth seeing, unlike the landscape seen from the ground.
The London Eye, which rotates in around 30 minutes, gets on a large glass capsule that can board 25 people. Therefore, it is also one of the attractions that you can see the scenery of various directions.
However, since the majority of tourists from all over the world visit, there is always a long queue to the ticket office and boarding gate.

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 Westminster Station
 Westminster Station
 Westminster Station
 Waterloo Station
 Waterloo Station
 Waterloo Station
 Waterloo Station

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Photo Gallery

London Eye Station

Inside the capsule

Buckingham Palace

Big Ben and the Parliament Building

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Open Sightseeing Map (Big Map)

London Eye

Old Country Hall

London Aquarium

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