Dating activities london
Pick a spot in your neighborhood or someplace nearby that has a ton of restaurants (little, less trendy ones are the best).
A perfect date where Hollywood brings its undeniable glamour to the heart of our West End. Stargazing Discover the endless beauty of our wonderful night sky and solar system with stargazing at one of the National Trust locations.
Wind blowing in your hair plus picturesque views of the skyline are the ideal mood-setters for a date.
Take a ferry or water taxi to an unexplored part of your city if you want to make it a longer day trip.
The Emmett’s Gardens in Kent reveals an array of stars and meteor showers painting one of the most romantic settings for a date. Board Game Night Whether it is Monopoly, Scrabble or Cluedo, spending the night trying to break out of jail or forming words better than Shakespeare generates an all round fun date night.
If staying in is not appealing then why not head to London’s first board game café in Haggerston and let your inner geek side out. Boating in Hyde Park Relive the famous Darcy and Bridget date and embark on the pedal boats of Hyde Park and row around the famous Serpentine. The drive-in movie There is something that appeals to everyone at London’s only drive in cinema Brent Cross that in terms of date springs Grease and Danny Zuko to mind.
Instead, pick from these Zone 1 locations and our tailored guide to each, whether you're after an expensive dinner, a night of culture or just a fun area where anything can happen. *** 1 | Soho Nearest tubes: Tottenham Court Road / Oxford Circus Perfect for: Dinner The Palomar London's most famous playground can still be a bit bewildering if you're new to it, but many of the finest restaurants in the country – scrap that, the world – are here, meaning if you're going for dinner and want to impress, Soho is still the place to go.