Treat A Loved One This Valentine’s
For those of you lucky in love this Valentine’s, London has a lot to offer for you and a loved one. For all you Romeo’s out there, treat your partner to a romantic night out in the booming city. From meals for two, to walks along the Thames, London is the place to be this Valentines.
Romantic Meals For Two
Nothing beats a nice romantic meal on Valentine’s Day. You don’t have to spend a ton of money, to serenade your partner. Choose somewhere that means the most to the two of you. Maybe it’s somewhere you went on a first date, or maybe it’s a restaurant you know your partner has wanted to try.
If you are stuck for ideas though, here are some fine restaurants to check out on the big romantic day.
Located in Covent Garden, this restaurant is every bit as romantic as you would hope. From the fireplace which will certainly come in handy in this weather, to the fairy lights and candles, Clos Maggiore is also a bargain for those lucky in love that don’t have a whole lot of money. This French restaurant offers fine cuisine and wines, in which they are hugely popular for, for those that want to enjoy a romantic meal for two.
Bleeding Heart Restaurant
This aptly named French restaurant is known as being one of the most romantic in London. Located near Hatton Garden London, the restaurant offers a very rustic feel, with heart shaped lights on their ceiling. If that’s not enough, they even offer heart shaped chocolate to accompany your coffee after your meal. The comfortable setting makes for a fine place to stop by for a night of romantic dining.
You don’t have to spend big to serenade a loved one on Valentine’s. Something as simple as sight-seeing in London can prove to be romantic and fun for the two of you. There’s plenty on offer, here are some of the best choices.
For something slightly different, why not check out the famous Shard in London! Climb to the top, and enjoy the beautiful view with a loved one. If you fancy a bottle of bubbly to enjoy, then you can purchase champagne from the sky-high bar. The building was voted the winner of Mills & Boon’s Romantic View in 2015. If you are interested, prices range from £24.95 per ticket.
Romantic Walk Around South Bank
For something simple, yet romantic, why not take a loved one for a walk around the famous South Bank location. There’s plenty of sights to witness at night, which looks beautiful, when all the surrounding buildings are lit up. There are plenty of restaurants in the surrounding area and the BFI for those film fans that fancy a movie on Valentines.
Prince Charles Cinema
For those film fans out there, the famous Prince Charles Cinema is offering a strong line up of romantic films to watch with a loved one. Sit back, relax and enjoy films including classic Breakfast at Tiffany’s on the big day and Before Sunrise, Lady and the Tramp and True Romance all to be enjoyed on the 13th February. Enjoy the romantic weekend at the cinema located in Leicester Square.
Back again for another night of romantic star gazing, the Royal Observatory is open Valentine’s Day for couples to enjoy the beautiful night’s sky. Enjoy the view with a glass of bubbly, and sit back and enjoy some natural beauty. Located in Blackheath Avenue, this public event is a fun, enjoyable experience. Prices for the event are £30, but it’s well worth the trip for something different to do on the day.
Enjoying Valentine’s Day couldn’t be simpler with all that is on offer in London. You and your partner, whether you’re a new couple or have been together for a while, London is the perfect location for you!