Updated: Aug 23
'Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others. This visual - Self Guided Tour of the London Eye and South Riverside Sightseeing Route takes you along a section of London’s famous River Thames on both the north and the south bank between the Golden Jubilee Bridge and Westminster Bridge.
This 4 Km route starts and ends at Westminster Station and takes you along the garden route of Victoria Embankment and the London Eye before finishing up at Westminster Station.
Start at Charing Cross Station and finish at Westminster Station on Parliament Street.
The best time to do this photorun is at the weekends in the early morning when it is quiet and free from crowds and heavy traffic.
Route at a Glance Video. This short video gives a quick overview of the route, and the sights and then shows you what the route would look like if you were running it at about 25 mph.
These Visual guides provide:-
Video of the route at a glance/ sights you can see/360 virtual experience at key locations/history of the area/useful links and ideas of where to eat, drink and be merry!
Map and Virtual Tour - Sightseeing route
This map shows some of the sightseeing Photorun routes in the area. You can use the Plotaroute links whilst doing the photoruns.
There is also a link to an interactive 360 map that you can use to explore several locations in the wider area with 360 views so you can look around, (with sound) and a have a virtual tour to get familiar with the area before you visit it.
Gallery of Sights
This will gallery provides a descriptive and visual reference to many of the sights that you will see along this photoroute. Double click to see its full size
Sights Tour Guide
This short video gives you a quick guided tour of some of the sites on this route north and south of the Golden Jubilee Bridge.
A Brief History of the Area
These short videos give you an overview of the history of each area and around the riverside.
Top of the London Eye View
This video shows you some of the sights you can see at the top of the London Eye
For more photoruns, go to Photoruns.com or the area selection page.