The Best Places to Watch the Sunset in London

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Sunsets are always mesmerizing and unique. Ardent travelers love to watch the sunset from the best spots wherever they go so that they can delight in its relaxing and soothing magnificence to the fullest. London is home to some of the most amazing destinations that allow you to enjoy a glorious sunset in all its splendor. So if you were planning for a London guided tour any time soon, make sure to include the below spots in your itinerary for a breathtaking experience.

The Primrose Hill

You can find many of the exclusive and luxurious homes of London in Primrose Hill. You can see the entirety of Central London from up the hill, making it one of the best spots to view a sunset. When you are here, make sure to go for a walk around the Victorian neighborhood to make your evening even more lovely.

The Millennium Bridge

Plan your private London tours to St. Paul’s Cathedral and Globe Theater during the daytime and end the day on an exciting note by getting to the Millennium Bridge. Nothing can beat the beautiful sight of the sun lowering over the Thames River as the lights on nearby skyscrapers start to come to life slowly.

The London Eye

The London Eye stands at 445 feet tall and is considered to be the tallest Ferris wheel in all of Europe. It is the second-highest viewing point in London city and the most popular paid tourist attraction in the country. You can easily get here in the evening after your private London guided tour to Westminster Abbey and enjoy the ride with a beautiful panoramic view of the city and a marvelous sunset.

The Shard

Standing at around 1005 feet, the Shard is the tallest building in all of  Europe. The observation deck on the building is especially popular among tourists for offering the most stunning and scenic views of London city. Seeing the sunset from the Shard cannot be described in words; the sight of London city bathing in orange-red hues during the dusk is simply incredible.

Richmond Park

Richmond Park is known as the largest Royal Park in London while also being regarded as a Site of Special Scientific Interest in the city. Locals and tourists on private London tours can visit the national nature reserve to relax and unwind from the hustle and bustle of city life. Richmond Park is also considered to be one of the most romantic places in London as well. Here you can enjoy a picnic with your loved ones while relishing the spectacular sunset views.