Dating can be tough regardless of what age you are. It’s hard to put yourself out there in the real world and hope that people want you for who you are. It can be even harder to deal with rejection. That’s why you need a plan.
Grab a multicity travelling and dating experience today and stop in London to try one of these impressive dating ideas. But, you don’t have to go to London, these dating ideas wan work anywhere in the world, just find the equivalent place in your multicity travelling and dating destination.
Maltby Street Market
This is a bustling market that promises the opportunity to chat, indulge in some shopping, and get some of the best food in the area. It’s also a great experience and, if the date is going well, you can always move onto cocktails.
The hothouse at Kew Gardens is a great way to lose yourself amongst plants and find a romantic corner to make your first move. It’s actually the biggest Victorian glasshouse in the world and has an array of endangered plants. That makes it an intriguing destination as well as a romantic one.
Dine In Style
Try something different with your date and show your adventurous side. Check out the spiced duck donuts in the Duck and Waffle, it’s a restaurant on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower. They also do breakfast, if you’ve got lucky.
This is a great place to actually see the stars and be serenaded with knowledge while getting close to your date. It’s hard not to feel touched after this type of date, you’ll definitely appreciate the size of the universe.
There are plenty of places offering afternoon tea but you must test out Sketch. The parlour is powder-pink and lined with artwork by David Shrigley. The afternoon tea is a traditional English affair and you’re certain to find things to talk about. There are simply so many unusual features within the place.
Test out the competitive nature of your date with a quick go at crazy golf. Swingers in London offers a helter-skelter and big-wheel, both courses are great fun and can be finished with your choice of food and drink.
Catch The Train
The tube is not romantic. But, a train trip cross-country is. You’ll want to book seats on the Belmond Pullman which goes from London and offers round trips or you can dismount in Canterbury, Bath, or even Folkestone.
The 1920’s train is a delight and will take you and your date back to yesteryear. Sit back, enjoy the scenery and the very special meal.
The Classic Dinner
Dinner in a fine restaurant usually works well for a first, second, or even third date. You can take this one step further by booking a table at Dans Le Noir, it’s the restaurant used in the movie ‘About Time’.
You may recapture the ambience and you’ll certainly enjoy the food.
Become a Zookeeper
If you want to do something a little different then try becoming a zookeeper for the day! It will set you back in excess of £200 per person but you and your date will definitely get up close and personal with the animals.
There are plenty of places offering cookery classes which will allow you to break the ice with your date, have some fun, and discover each other’s culinary talents.
Enjoy The Scenery
You can take a guided tour to see the historic landmarks, such as Tower Bridge or the Tower of London. You’ll learn something and may just feel that special spark.