What To Do On Valentine’s Day in London 2013

Welcome Lovers and friends to the beautiful city of London! For February we are hosting a Valentines special blog, so if you are ready to get in the mood for love, then we are ready to show you what this lovely city has to offer you this month.

Beautiful Views

The Shard, one of Europe’s tallest buildings, opens its doors to the public this February. So take a ride up its high-speed lifts and view London like you’ve never viewed it before. Tickets begin at £25 and it is open for the whole month, so head to the website and book your tickets now! http://www.theviewfromtheshard.com/

If you are a little ‘old school’, then head down to the illustrious London Eye for a valentine’s special. With a glass of champagne and a selection of Canapés, give your partner something they won’t be forgetting in a hurry! Tickets start at £35, and this event runs from 14th- 16th February; more information can be found here: http://www.londoneye.com/TicketsAndPrices/Tickets/ChampagneExperience/Default.aspx

Fancy a trip down the Thames? View some of London’s iconic landmarks on the Silver Bonito, with a complimentary glass of champagne in hand, and show your loved one the city like they’ve never seen it before. Tickets begin at £22.50, and the cruise runs from 13th-16th February. Book now!


Want to enjoy something a little different? Visit the Beautiful Royal Botanical Gardens from 9th February-3rd March and take a romantic stroll through a dazzling sea of orchids, followed by a meal in the Orangery restaurant. Tickets for this amazing event begin at £14.50. http://kewgardens.seetickets.com/event/kew-gardens/royal-botanic-gardens-kew/680659

Some more lovely ideas for yourself and your other half – Courtesy of Amhurst Hotel!

Fancy taking a step back in time? On 14th February, visit the Museum of London for a Valentine’s blast from the past, and spend your time back in the roaring 20s! For just £7, learn to Charleston, and enjoy the authentic performances from times gone by – a treat for any couple!


Or, spend an evening under the stars at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich on 14th February. Explore the romantic aspects of astronomy with a glass of fizz on the Prime Meridian, all for just £28.


After your trip down the Thames or walk through the Botanical Gardens, why not top off your Valentine’s Day with a beautiful concert by the Philharmonia Orchestra? You will be provided with a dazzling evening of musical romance, a perfect way to end the day. Tickets range from £11-£60.


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