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I would love to go to London again one day, and there are so many attractions, restaurants, and places I would love to visit. I’ve been to London a couple of times, but I’ve never had chance to explore the city- and act like a proper tourist!
I have a few friends who live in the city, and I’ve heard about so many fantastic places to enjoy a night out with friends, visit on a solo trip, or enjoy a romantic date.
At the end of this year, I’d like to get down to London with my partner- and there are so many cute places we could enjoy a romantic date for two.
Below, I’ve come up with 4 places that are high on my London to-do list!
1. Buckingham Palace
It might not be the most romantic place for a date, but I would love to visit Buckingham Palace one day. Despite being a big history fan, I’ve never been to any of the big historic sites in London- and that’s something I’d like to change.
Buckingham Palace is steeped in English history, and it sounds like a great place for a day trip and a few classic tourist pictures.
2. Bletchley Park
This is another historical site I would love to visit one day, and it’s perfect for a bit of Buckingham dating! Just outside London, the beautiful Bletchley Park was home to important World War Two code breakers, and I would love to see how this amazing place has been preserved as a historic attraction all these years later.
This is a great place to learn a bit about modern history, and if you and your partner are history fans this is a great choice if you’re looking for great Buckingham dating ideas.
3. Sky Garden
I love the sound of Sky Garden for a romantic drink or two. My friend told me about this place, which looks over London and is decorated with gorgeous plants and shrubbery.
I think this would make the perfect place for a romantic date during the day for a coffee, or a date night out for a few cocktails.
4. Hyde Park
I love going for a walk in Sheffield’s vibrant parks, and Hyde Park looks like a gorgeous location for a walk and maybe a cute little picnic if the weather is nice. London has lots of beautiful parks to explore, and I would love to spend a bit of time walking around and enjoying what London has to offer.
What places are on your London to-do list? Where is your favourite place in London? Do you have any suggestions for where to visit in London?
Let me know all your thoughts in the comments below 🙂
Happy reading x