London romantic lifestyle 2013

Whether you’re living love’s young dream, or an old married couple, London is an ideal city for a romantic break. With world famous sights like St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge and Buckingham Palace forming the backdrop, a romantic vacation in London will remain in your memory – and your heart – for years to come.

There are many options for a romantic London experience. There are the classics, like a stroll along the Embankment, a riverboat cruise, or taking in the views of the city from the top of Primrose Hill. Then there are more modern experiences, like taking an evening ride with champagne in the London Eye or a helicopter flight across the center of town.

Or why not spend a Sunday afternoon strolling through a market, browsing the bric-a-brac in Portobello Road, trying on outrageous vintage clothes in Camden, or sampling freshly-cooked food in Borough Market?

Laughter is often the way to a person’s heart, and luckily London’s comedy scene is thriving. There are famous venues like The Comedy Store to visit, but many smaller venues also host comedy nights throughout the week.

You could visit a small art gallery. Places like the National Gallery or Tate Modern are always busy, so look for smaller and quieter venues where you can enjoy your time together and perhaps discover some new artists. The Estorick Collection in Islington or the Crypt Gallery on the Euston Road is two options.

Or why not go to a theater pub? Usually located in a room above a pub, these small, intimate theaters offer programmes of high quality professional performances. Try venues such as the Old Red Lion, in Angel, or the Hen and Chickens at High bury Corner.

London is full of romantic hotels that will add a sparkle to any break in the capital. If you’re planning to take someone special for a break in London, visit: London holiday package.

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