Happy Friday folks! Our today’s Love destination is:


The design of LoveStory was born in London, this is also a very inspirational location for us.

When you are tired of London, you are tired of life right?

Let’s have a closer look at the most romantic places in lovely London-
London is the capital of love thanks to its abundance of Michelin-starred restaurants, historic streets and sky-high attractions.

We are delighted to present you the top 3 hotspots for a romantic getaway.
Follow your heart and forget about the rest of the world, at least for a moment when you close your eyes for a kiss or maybe even two?

From the restaurant, that will inspire love to the perfect spot for a kiss…

Most Romantic Place for a Kiss in London
There’s nothing like a kiss to bring a little romance to an evening. They could happen under the famous 30-foot (9-meter) sculpture of a couple embracing in St Pancras station. Because nothing says romance like the golden age of train travel, and nowhere tricks Londoners into believing we’re still in it than the most beautiful station in the city.

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Most Romantic Restaurant in London
Soho’s Andrew Edmunds is an establishment in London, and for good reason. Set in an 18th-century townhouse, the candlelit restaurant’s warm ambiance and a great sense of history inspire love. I went here on a date a few years ago, and I still consider it the most romantic restaurant in London.


Most Romantic Room in a London Museum
The William and Judith Bollinger Jewellery Gallery in the Victoria & Albert museum in South Kensington has enough giant gems to keep even the most museum-phobic lover’s eyes sparkling in wonder. The room has 3,500 jewels, including diamonds worn by Catherine the Great of Russia and tiaras fashioned by Cartier. If you’re working your way to your Big Day, you can even use the room’s computers to design a ring inspired by the collection.

reference (www.tripadvisor.co.uk)


Stay tuned and follow your heart! London will be always in our heart and mind.



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