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London EyeThe London Eye is one of the recent additions to London's iconic skyline. Get a 360-degree view of the metropolis from the Ferris wheel which was opened in 2000. At a staggering height of 135 metres it is one of the largest Ferris wheels in the world, and one of the highest public viewing points in London. When it takes you to the skies, you'll be able to see many of London's landmark structures, including the Palace of Westminster, Big Ben, St Paul's Cathedral, the Gherkin, the Tower of London and the Tower Bridge. You can step into one of the Eye's 32 air-conditioned..
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.. egg-shaped capsules without the wheel actually stopping: it rotates slowly enough for passengers to leisurely embark and disembark. However, it will stop to allow elderly and disabled passengers to get on and off more comfortably. If you've been on the Eye before during the daytime, you can come again in the nighttime for a completely different experience. Take a seat and marvel at all the little lights below you and the stars above. Or vice versa, you can check out which sunlit buildings are hosts to those little lights in the darkness.