London is the ideal city to enjoy a romantic break and is the perfect way for couples to spend some quality time together.
To make your romantic getaway ideal and memorable, you must research and find a hotel that provides the right atmosphere, as well as is well-placed for all the sights London has to offer.
Other options for romantic couples could include upgrading to a suite or opting for room service so you can spend some quality time together without even having to leave your hotel room.
Explore the city
Travelling and exploring the city is the best way to bond with your loved ones. London offers a plethora of option for you to spend some quality time with your partner.
One of the best ways to explore of the city is to take advantage of the many attractions that offer visitors the chance to get up high.
There is the London Eye, which allows people to travel on a giant Ferris wheel, while getting a bird’s eye view of the capital. However, visitors are advised to book tickets in advance as it can get very busy during peak-times.
Another alternative for romantics in London is to head to green spaces that offer great views without the crowds. For example, Alexandra Palace and Greenwich Park are both particularly great spots where you can get spectacular views of the London city. Plus, to add more fun to your trip plan a sweet picnic in theses parks and enjoy more romantic times.
Take in some culture
There is a wealth of fabulous art galleries and museums that offer you a chance to enjoy some culture with your better half.
Highlights include the National Maritime Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum – you know they both provide great backdrops for a romantic marriage proposal too.
If you want to be inspired by some romantic images then the National Gallery is perhaps the best spot, located in Trafalgar Square, this world-famous attraction is home to works of Michelangelo, Renoir, Van Gogh, Da Vinci and more.
Take a romantic stroll
One of the best ways to explore London is to take a romantic stroll around some of the capital’s most famous locations.
Ideas include the street entertainers in Covent Garden, change of guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace and the zebra crossing at Abbey Road in St John’s Wood – where The Beatles posed for the cover of their final album.
Remember to take lots of couple selfies – suggestions to get snap happy include the stone lions at Trafalgar Square or the wall marked Platform 9 ¾ at King’s Cross – as featured in the Harry Potter books and films.
As Christmas approaches, then a true romantic stroll can be taken along the South Bank, where there is a traditional Christmas market, you can then continue across the Millennium Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral and perhaps witness a production at the Globe Theatre.