5 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in London
Visit the Valentine’s Day Pop-up Cinema at The Rivoli Ballroom
Have a romantic trip to the cinema with your significant other this Valentine’s Day, and make it even more special with a trip to the special Valentine’s Pop-up at The Rivoli Ballroom. The special event, spanning over several days includes films such as Romeo and Juliet, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Pretty Woman and A Star is Born. Enjoy hot dogs, popcorn and ice cream, as well as cocktails and beer to accompany your favourite romantic film.
Valentine’s Gastrotour at Borough Market
Are you and your partner a foodie? Then look no further than the Valentine’s Gastrotour at Borough Market, an exclusive personal tasting tour for couples over the Valentine’s Day weekend. The tour is led by a personal guide who will help you discover the market’s rich history whilst tasting some of the best British and international produce on offer.
Get Cultural with a Fancy Trip Out
If you feel like doing something a little fancier than usual, then why not try the ballet or the opera? With special Valentine’s Day events available such as Romeo & Juliet at The Royal Ballet and the Valentine’s Opera Gala at the Cadogan Hall, you and your partner can enjoy a sophisticated evening.
Go for Drinks
There are so many different places that you can enjoy cocktails and romantic drinks this Valentine’s Day, and there are some brilliant Valentine’s cocktails available to drink across the city. Why not try Tayēr and Elementary in Old Street, or Swift in Soho for a funky and innovative cocktail experience, or for a more chilled out experience why not try Satan’s Whiskers in Bethnal Green or Three Sheets at Dalston.
Enjoy the outdoors
Why not enjoy the great outdoors with a visit to one of London’s many gorgeous parks. From Primrose Hill to Regents Park, Hyde Park to Kensington Park, there are so many gorgeous and romantic areas to walk around within the city. If you want something a bit different, why not visit London Wetlands or the special Orchid event at Kew Gardens.