Visiting London during a citytrip with your partner (to be)? Our guestblogger SWEXPERTS made a list of 7 places to visit on a romantic trip to London.
1. Visit Columbia Road
shops and flower market
Why not start off your Sunday morning with a wander around the colourful flower stalls at Columbia Road Flower market and take it all the wonderful sights and smells. The market and shops open every Sunday till around 3pm and is located in London’s East End.
2. Watch a rooftop film outside
Rooftop Film Club offers an experience not to be missed, watching a film whilst sitting outside in the warm summer air. You can snuggle up together under the stars with a blanket (provided for free) and watch one of the many films they will be screening. You can choose from classic, cult of even recent film releases. There are four different London locations, Shoreditch, Stratford, Peckham and Kensington.
3. Cocktails up The Shard
Get dressed up and treat yourself to a fun evening of spectacular views and delicious cocktails at Gong on level 52 of The Shard. The stylish venue has a modern Asian design and has a number of intimate chambers where you will find a cocktail bar and a Champagne bar.
4. Go for a walk on Southbank
Have a romantic stroll along London’s atmospheric Southbank. With plenty of different restaurants and pop up bars to choose from you will be spoilt for choice on stop offs to eat and drink along the way.
5. Go for a spot of afternoon tea
In the past few years the popularity of the Great British Afternoon Tea seems to have heightened with almost all of the best hotels in London serving their own sometimes experimental version. For a fun food filled Saturday afternoon date why not head over to The Modern Pantry in Clerkenwell, London.
They offer a delightful selection of sweet and savoury treats, topped off with an optional glass of Prosecco.
6. Boating on
Hyde Park’s Serpentine
Pack a picnic for two and head over to Hyde Park. Whilst your there why not hire a pedal boat or a rowboat and glide along the Serpentine in the glorious sunshine.
7. Drink Champagne
St Pancras Station is home to Searcys Champagne Bar. Inside you can indulge in luxurious style and choose from an extensive list of Champagnes. They also offer a tasty food menu designed by Head Chef, Chris Dines.