Question to the Concierge; What’s a good way to see the Thames Fireworks on New Year’s Eve?

New Year’s Eve 2012 Fireworks

Celebrate the end of a year like no other and welcome 2013 with a bang, watching the Mayor’s spectacular, free New Year’s Eve fireworks in London.

I heard a rummer 2012 maybe better than last year – is that possible?

The night skies will come alive in a blaze of light and colour on Monday 31 December 2012 with a display of stunning pyrotechnics by the London Eye on the South Bank.

Courtesy of London.Gov and for further information see their link:

2013 Thames New Year’s Eve Fireworks

Here is another idea, we found this river cruise New Years Eve Party – the best view must be from the river?

New Years Eve Champagne River Cruise Party

Description

You will be welcomed aboard with a drinks reception.

Our staff will then take you to your reserved table, where a luxuriant 4-course dinner will be served as you cruise on the River Thames, through central London down to Greenwich and back.

You will marvel at London’s iconic sights, all with beautiful night-time illumination.

After dinner, the evening will continue with a live DJ and dancing amidst beautiful festive decorations.

Spend the remainder of the cruise dancing to an array of classic party tunes, or head out on deck to take in the breathtaking sites of London, all ready to meet the New Year, 2013.

At midnight you can toast the arrival of 2013 with a complimentary glass of Champagne whilst listening to Big Ben ringing in the New Year and admiring fantastic London fireworks.

Dancing will continue until the early hours.

We found this at and thanks to them: www.bestvaluetours.co.uk

 

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