London is considered the third-most romantic city in the world and we believe it is so because of the wide range of activities it offers to couples. There are a plethora of things that the city offers; starting from taking a cute tour in Little Venice to enjoying the London eye up in the air. For a more thrilling experience, you can opt for a ride in the helicopter and witness the city’s architectural marvels from above ground-level. Or if you’re looking for relaxing and unwinding time, then, an evening of solitude in a park located in various boroughs of the city would suffice. An evening of luxury and something way more romantic could be having dinner at Shangri-La.
It’s three floors filled with restaurants that provide a variety of cuisines like British & Chinese and offers breathtaking views from its thirtieth floors and above. This city offers an exciting range of activities for couples in London to participate in. Romantic things to do in London span from taking up rides in the air, to amusing yourselves with luxurious dinners, participating in some historical walks, enjoying boat-rides together, to witnessing this majestic city all beside your partner making it an experience of a lifetime.
The exquisite range of romantic things to do in London that the Buckingham Palace provides makes it one of the most-visited places in the entire country.
Visiting the Royal State rooms is quite an inquisitive activity especially for the cinephiles as many movies and series have been shot here including Bridgerton and The Crown. It is open to visitors only for 10 weeks each summer.
One of the most calming activities for couples in London is to take a lovely stroll with your beloved among the luscious trees of Green Park while admiring the magnificent views of the Palace and seeing the squirrels and birds gathering around.
The best time to visit London are the months from March to August as the temperature remains pleasant and gives way to fresh blooms, sunshine and mild rains. The months from March to May mark the onset of the Spring season and the city blossoms up with colors followed by the months of June to August with sunshine, rains and rainbows hovering over the city.
Their specialty is that every summer, the Palace is opened up for visitors to view the majestic halls where shootings and parties take place. Furthermore, it has also served as the official residence of the UK’s sovereigns for about 400 years now and the administrative headquarters of the Monarch.
No, it's not necessary to book the tickets in advance but we’d definitely suggest you reserve your seats as soon as possible.This would not only save you time and energy from standing in the queues but would also lead you to avail some amazing discounts
One gets to view an umpteen number of places while on the ride; Westminster Abbey - an old Anglical Church, House of Parliament - also known as the Palace of Westminster, Buckingham Palace - The Royal’s residence and the administrative headquarters of the Monarch, Big Ben - the clock at one end of the Westminster Palace,Tower Bridge, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Tate Museum and the majestic Thames river.
The Tower of London is 925 years old and was built by William-the Conqueror as a strategic military point to provide accomodation to soldiers and king’s representatives.