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Riverside Apartments : On the Thames

The Thames also branches out into many more waterways and canals and has been one of the most significant and fascinating waterways with its historic, social and environmental importance.

Beginning as a trickle in a Gloucestershire meadow, the River Thames flows for more than 217km (135 miles) though the Cotswolds, Oxford, Henley and Windsor before it reaches London. It is the longest river in England and with a distance of 296km ( 184 miles ) from its source, The Thames Path makes the longest riverside walk in Europe. Home to over 119 species of fish and important wildlife habitats, The Thames River boasts many areas of outstanding natural beauty and is the only river in Europe to have a national trail follows its entire length.

Whether you’re into a scenic river cruise with the family, a day out fishing with the lads or want to visit some of England’s historical landmarks, you will find everything you need on the banks of the River Thames. From world heritage sites to the latest unmissable attractions, the Thames has it all with sights like The Houses of Parliment, The London Eye, The Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Kew Gardens, Maritime Greenwich and many more that are all along the river banks.

If you are visiting London for the first time or have been here many times before, it is likely you have marvelled at the wonders of the River Thames. We would highly recommend you treat yourself to a dinner cruise with stunning views as you dine in style behind a backdrop of capital’s iconic landmarks and experience an entertaining journey from Westminster pier to the Thames Barrier and back with live entertainment on board guaranteed to have you dancing the night away.

Delve into the spirit of London with an array of international events at one of London’s main riverside cultural centres – The South Bank. hosting film festivals, world-class theatre, classical concerts, jazz and cutting-edge music, close to the National Theatre, the Southbank Centre, the Royal Festival Hall and the Tate Modern. The Museum in Docklands occupies a Georgian warehouse on the banks of the West India Quay. Explore 12 galleries of artefacts, paintings, engravings and photographs charting the history of the area from the Romans right through to the present day. Closer to Westminster is Somerset House, a magnificent 18th century building that houses the celebrated art works of the Courtauld Institute of Art, the Embankment Galleries and the Hermitage Rooms. It also hosts a lively programme of events and activities.

So make your visit to London an unforgettable one by booking one of our fantastic Serviced Apartments and stay in your very own private residence overlooking the River Thames with panoramic views of the city of London.

Plaza on the River Apartments
Westminster View Apartments
Dolphin House Apartments
St. George Wharf Apartments
Seacon Tower Apartments
Discovery Dock East Apartments

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