Table for two at a romantic restaurant
1. Enjoy a candlelit dinner at Clos Maggiore, oft-hailed London’s most romantic restaurant.
2. Press the 'call for champagne' buzzer at plush restaurant Bob Bob Ricard.
3. Taste upscale Indian cuisine in a former library at The Cinnamon Club.
4. Fancy an aphrodisiac? Knock back oysters at celeb haunt J Sheekey.
5. Splash out at one of London’s Michelin-starred restaurants.
6. Treat your loved-one to a meal at one of London’s most romantic restaurants.
7. Gorge on afternoon tea at one of these fancy venues.
8. Book a table at one of London’s top French restaurants.
9. Dine in the dark at Dans le Noir.
10. Get serenaded by opera singers in the opulent surrounds of Sarastro with its flamboyant food and erotic artwork.
11. Share a milkshake at American-themed media cafe The Love Shake in Shoreditch.
12. Indulge in some luxurious tea and cake at Petersham Nurseries.
13. Bond over coffee at one of London's top 10 independent coffee shops.
Retreat to a romantic hotel
Romantic things to do at night
17. Soak up London’s sexy skyline from Aqua Shard, on the 31st floor of Western Europe’s tallest building The Shard.
18. Learn something new together in the intimate atmosphere of a museum late.
19. Croon some love songs at one of London's karaoke bars.
20. Hear some live jazz at the legendary Ronnie Scott's.
21. Break the ice in one of London’s quirky bars.
22. Cosy up to your other half at Icebar London, where the walls, bar and tables are made of ice.
23. Sip a martini at the legendary Dukes Hotel Bar, where James Bond author Ian Fleming famously used to drink.
24. Snuggle up in front of a crackling fire at one of London’s cosy pubs.
25. Quaff a cocktail or two in one of London's many Dirty Martinis.
26. Enjoy a cocktail and sweeping views of the Tower of London and the Thames from Skylounge.
27. Drink candlelit cocktails at the opulent Icon Balcony Bar, which has a balcony overlooking Leicester Square.
28. Treat your partner to a Hanky Panky cocktail at The American Bar at The Savoy.
29. Love gin? Take a fun-filled tour of London's finest cocktail venues on a Gin Journey.
30. Share a bottle of wine at one of the candlelit tables at the cave-like Gordon's Wine Bar.
31. Celebrate your love with a bottle of bubbly at one of London's champagne bars.
Activities for couples
32. Competitive couples can play ping pong at Bounce.
33. Strike it lucky at retro-style bowling alley Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes.
34. Thrash your other half at table football at Bar Kick.
35. Trust your partner with your life by belaying them at indoor rock climbing centre The Castle Climbing Centre.
36. Take an uplifting expedition across the roof of The O2.
37. Sniff out some culinary delights at Maltby Street Market.
38. Find a board game for two at board game cafe Draughts.
39. Get your hearts racing on an edge-of-your-seat speedboat ride along the Thames.
Soak up a romantic view
40. Enjoy a spectacular sunset over London’s skyline from the top of Parliament Hill, on Hampstead Heath.
41. London's newest landmark The View from the Shard offers sweeping views of the city.
42. Look down at London's famous buildings and attractions by soaking up the city's panoramic views.
43. Gaze across the cityscape from one of London's rooftop bars.
44. Book an exclusive Champagne Experience aboard the London Eye where you get a private capsule, your own waiter, champagne and chocolates.
45. Climb Primrose Hill for a breathtaking view of Regent’s Park and the city, and reward yourself with a cupcake at Primrose Bakery on the way back.
46. Mix cocktails with dazzling views from the 35th floor of Sky Pod Bar at Sky Garden.
47. Take a boat ride down the Thames.
Dates with a difference
48. Take a tour of Wilton's Music Hall, the world's oldest and largest surviving grand music hall.
49. Wander around Dennis Severs' House to soak up the sights and smells of an 18th-century family home.
50. Enjoy a candlelit tour of the atmospheric Sir John Soane's Museum.
51. Take a tour of Highgate Cemetery, where revolutionary Karl Marx and English novelist George Eliot are buried.
52. Visit the beautiful Keats House to get inspired by the Romantic poet John Keats.
53. Take a look at the Watts Victorian memorial in Postman's Park, which features in the movie Closer.
54. Chill out in the Barbican Conservatory which homes tropical plants, trees and fish.
Best for gifts and shopping
55. While away a Sunday at one of London’s top 12 markets.
56. Shop for jewellery at Hatton Garden.
57. Browse the shops in the opulent Burlington Arcade.
58. Shop for fancy underwear and saucy treats at Coco de Mer.
59. Feast on chocolate at one of London's fabulous chocolate shops.
60. Browse London’s best florists for a bunch of red roses.
61. Treat your loved one to flowers at Columbia Road Flower Market.
A romantic walk
62. Take a stroll around the beautiful St Katharine Docks.
63. Walk along the South Bank at night from London Bridge to Waterloo.
64. Amble through the idyllic Isabella Plantation in Richmond Park.
65. Wander around the park of Eltham Palace and explore every room of this luxurious art deco residence.
66. Find your way out of Hampton Court Palace's famous maze.
67. Stroll on a soaring walkway amid the tree canopies at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
68. Follow in the footsteps of famous movie couples by visiting one of London's film locations.
69. Walk hand-in-hand through London's oldest botanic garden, Chelsea Physic Garden.
Quirky date ideas
70. Learn to make lots of delicious treats together at The Cookery School.
71. Take your love to new heights with a shared or private London Helicopter Tour.
72. Whisper sweet nothings to one another at St Paul’s Cathedral Whispering Gallery.
73. Go ice-skating in Somerset House’s stunning courtyard (open from November to January).
74. Go star-gazing at the Royal Observatory Greenwich's planetarium.
75. How deep is your love? Pop the question at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium using an “underwater” proposal service.
76. Take your date to a swing dance class.
77. Get an eyeful of sequins, feather boas and more at a saucy burlesque show.
78. Share a giggle at a stand-up comedy night.
79. Pose for a couplie (couple's selfie) next to the Love Lane sign in the City of London.
Outings for art and film lovers
80. See amorous painting The Knight Errant by John Everett Millais at Tate Britain.
81. Take a peek at Paul Gauguin's famous nude Nevermore at the Courtauld Gallery.
82. See a movie from the comfort of a front row red velvet double bed at the Electric Cinema Notting Hill.
83. Film buffs can share popcorn while catching a flick at the BFI Southbank.
84. Discover how much Queen Victoria loved Albert at the Victoria Revealed exhibition at Kensington Palace.
85. Follow in the regal footsteps of William and Kate who married at Westminster Abbey.
86. Soak up the views while sipping a pint at one of London's riverside pubs.
87. Marvel at the Kyoto Japanese Garden in Holland Park.
88. Enjoy theatre under the stars at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.
89. Make the most of the sunshine and dine al fresco.
90. Dine among flamingos at Kensington Roof Gardens.
91. Gaze lovingly at Regent’s Park's stunning rose garden.
92. Hire a rowing boat on the Serpentine Lake in Hyde Park.
93. See one of the Bard's romantic plays at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.
94. Enjoy a rooftop view of the South Bank at Queen Elizabeth Hall Roof Garden.
95. Share an ice-cream at one of London’s best ice-cream shops.
96. Go deer-spotting in Richmond Park.
97. Fly kites on Parliament Hill.
98. Take a canal boat ride from Little Venice to Camden.
99. Hire a Santander bike and cycle to one of London's parks for a picnic.
100. Go horseriding together through Hyde Park.
101. See St James's Park's five resident pelicans from the Blue Bridge which crosses the lake.