Choosing the perfect place to go on Valentine's Day can be tricky. So we've spelt it out for you, literally! See our selection of things to do in Edinburgh, either on the day itself, Tuesday 14th, or on Valentine's weekend.
V ery high on the top floor of the Sheraton Hotel, enjoy relaxing spa treatments or swim in the rooftop Hydropool!
A rthur’s seat is the perfect location for a romantic stroll with beautiful panoramic views when you reach the top.
L aughing at the Stand Comedy club. If hearts and roses on the 14th aren't you and your partner’s cup of tea, head to the Stand Comedy Club for their Anti-Valentine's traditions evening.
E at outside! Why not take a picnic lunch along to Princes Street Gardens ot Calton Hill?
N ational Museum of Scotland is a fantastic way to spend an afternoon with free admission to the main exhibitions.
T ime for a drink? The Roseleaf in Leith is a lovely spot to share a cocktail for two, served in a china teapot, ‘Pot-Tails’!
I ce rink at Murrayfield. Skate in synchronisation with your Valentine!
N ational Art Galley is a great place to visit to have a cultural date viewing paintings from all over the world and throughout history.
E dinburgh Gin Distillery. Tour the Distillery to learn first-hand how the gin is distilled and even upgrade your ticket to create your own custom gin!
S targazing, what could be more romantic! Keep that Valentine’s Day feeling going until Friday when the Royal Observatory Edinburgh has its Winter Astronomy evening.
D ining in style is a must. Whether your budget is high or low, Edinburgh has an option for everyone. The Royal Yacht Britannia has a wonderful selection of restaurants to choose from close-by. From Michelin starred restaurants The Kitchin and Martin Wishart's Restaurant offering 5 star culinary experiences to wonderful seafood specialities on the shore in Leith. Alternatively try one of the many popular restaurants in Ocean Terminal, including Wagamamas or the Handmade Burger Co.
A fternoon Tea is available all over Edinburgh from the Waldorf Astoria on Princes Street to Mimi's Bakehouse on the Shore of Leith.
Y acht. Do you have £250,000 to spend? Why not treat you and your partner to a night to remember flying by private jet, JetLogic, to Edinburgh with chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce transfers to the Balmoral Hotel. Continue your evening with a 10 course meal at Britannia wearing over 660 diamonds from Hamilton & Inches!
For those with a more modest budget, tour Britannia's five decks and relax in the Royal Deck Tea Room with Moët & Chandon champagne accompanied by macarons, topped with gold leaf and delicious chocolates, hand-made on Britannia!
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