A romantic honeymoon in London is an unforgettable start to your marriage. Whether you have just a few days to explore or longer, complete your wedding celebrations with a visit to the capital's most romantic areas.
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Romantic areas to visit on a honeymoon in London
Need a bit of inspiration for your trip? Here our some of our favourite romantic spots in London, perfect for visiting with a loved one. From classic buildings to soaring modern architecture, from hidden streets to wide avenues, and museums that range from quirky to world-class, London always charms and entertains. A mix of history, trendsetting culture, fine dining, and romance makes a honeymoon in London just perfect. We recommend exploring London on foot or hop on buses, the subway, and even water taxis to get around the city. Why not try out our suggestions for romance in the capital?
1. The London Eye
Soak up the London skyline at twilight with a Champagne Experience on the London Eye. Soar gently to a height of over 400ft while sipping a romantic glass of bubbly with the love of your life.
2. Westminster Abbey
There is no more romantic way to start your marriage than with a visit to Westminster Abbey. Follow in the footsteps of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge. They walked down the aisle of this ancient building in 2011.
3. Afternoon tea at Claridges
Afternoon tea is quintessentially British and definitely romantic. Claridges Hotel has been serving it for over 150 years so you're sure of a classic treat.
4. Little Venice
Board a narrowboat at Little Venice near Paddington Station and cruise gently along the Regent's Canal. Pass the ZSL London Zoo before arriving at Camden Lock. Spend a couple of hours here browsing the antique and retro stalls before sampling the tasty street food.
5. The Banks of the River Thames
Enjoy a leisurely lunch in the top-floor OXO Tower Brasserie with its fine river views before walking past Shakespeare's Globe Theatre to take in an exhibition at the Tate Modern.