Tickets for this year's fireworks display in London have already sold out, but that doesn't mean you have to miss out on the action. Here are some of the best spots to see the spectacular fireworks.
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Both Cannon Street and Monument are outside the ticketed zone and will provide a good view of the fireworks, but expect large crowds. Make sure you avoid Embankment, Waterloo and Charing Cross stations, which are all in ticketed areas.
Greenwich Park offers panoramic views across the capital. It is a short walk from Greenwich or Cutty Sark DLR stations.
Most likely to be less busy than central London, Hampstead Heath is one of the highest points in London.
Located in Lewisham, the park is less busy and has fantastic views across the city. You can get to Hilly Fields via Ladywell or Crofton Park stations.
Lambeth Bridge and Vauxhall Bridge offer good but slightly obscured views of the fireworks.
Located on the northern side of Regent's Park, Primrose Hill is one of the highest points in London and offers views across the capital. The nearest tube station is Chalk Farm.
Just around the bend from ticketed viewing areas, Tower Bridge sees crowds gather to watch the fireworks every year. You could also try Millennium Bridge or Southwark Bridge, but both will be extremely busy.