You can now sail down the Thames in Google Streetview – the most recent addition to the interesting places throughout Britain you can now explore virtually (our favorite is Diagon Alley).
A 30-mile stretch of the river has been captured, between Richmond in the west of London and Woolwich in the east, using Google’s 360-degree Trekker cameras.
The route takes users through the centre of the capital, past the Palace of Westminster, the London Eye, Canary Wharf and the Millennium Dome.
This is the first river in Europe to be mapped with Google Streeview using the new portable Google Trekker Camera – a streetview camera that fits on the back of someone on foot.
Explore here or use the embedded link below.