Love is in the air and that’s exactly where the top spots for Valentine’s Day are located: in the sky. Nothing is more elegant than spending a romantic evening with your significant other watching the sunset over the London skyline. Here is a list of the best observation points in London to visit on Valentine’s Day with that special someone.
Royal Greenwich Observatory
Built in the 17th century, the Royal Observatory is notable for its location on the world’s Prime Meridian. You can boast about taking your loved one being, very literally, the centre of your world after standing on the Prime Meridian line. This historical sight is tucked away in Greenwich and encourages visitors to enjoy the views of South London. Head over to the observatory at sunset and marvel at the mighty Thames river during golden hour.
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Sky Pod Bar at Sky Garden
With a semi-formal dress code and an impressive location, Sky Pod Bar at Sky Garden is a classy, romantic observation point to take your significant other on Valentine’s Day. The venue is open seven days a week and is home to multiple bars and restaurants to dine at. Whether it is an evening reservation or an intimate lunch, the Sky Pod Bar has uninterrupted views of the entire city. With gorgeous views, great food and drinks and lively music, this location will create a romantic and elegant atmosphere for you and your loved one.
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Aqua Kyoto, a Japanese restaurant is notable for its bespoke cocktails, delicious food, and distinguished terrace. Recommended for an evening reservation, this location is the prime spot to watch the sun set over London’s busy streets. This Valentine’s Day, the restaurant has published an impressive sample menu made specifically for the holiday. Enjoy a night of exclusivity and style with your loved one at Aqua Kyoto.
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