Our pick of the best Valentine’s Day tours in London for 2020. From cruises along the River Thames to chocolate making workshops and special tours on the London Eye, make this years Valentine’s Day an unforgettable one. These tours are unique events available for one day of the year only!
Valentine’s Afternoon Tea River Cruise
Enjoy a special Valentine’s Day tour along the River Thames whilst enjoying a fabulous afternoon tea. The two hour cruise will take you past some of London’s most famous landmarks as you munch on a delicious selection of cakes, sandwiches and teas.
Valentine’s Day on The London Eye
The London Eye are spicing things up a bit for Valentine’s Day, with a special glass of Champagne to complete a regular visit. Alternatively, for an extra-special viewing of the London skyline, rent your own private cupids capsule complete with a bottle of champagne, a box of truffles and priority boarding!
Valentine’s Afternoon Tea Bus
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your loved one onboard a special tea bus tour of London. Enjoy the best sites of the city as you savour a delicious afternoon tea, including two glasses of prosecco and a rose.
Chocolate Day Experience
Since no Valentine’s Day is complete without chocolate, add a touch of cocoa to this years Valentine’s Day with a unique Chocolate-Making workshop. A tour de force into the chocolate world, you’ll learn how to make your very own chocolate truffles over a glass of prosecco, and afterwards, enjoy some bespoke handmade truffles over a special Valentine’s Day cocktail.
Bateaux London have put together a special Valentine’s Day romantic dinner cruise along the River Thames. Hop onboard to find a single rose and two glasses of champagne waiting at your table. Set sail and enjoy the London skyline twinkling in the night sky as you drift along the river – enjoying one of the most romantic views in the world! This special dinner cruise tour includes a 5-course meal and is priced at £290 for a couple.
Luxury Train Ride & Lunch
For a once-in-a-lifetime Valentine’s day out, why not dine on board the Belmond British Pullman, a classic 1920’s train complete with luxury art deco carriages? You’ll enjoy a special Valentine’s Day five-course lunch as the train departs London Victoria Station, and winds its way through the Kent countryside before returning to London. These trains were once used by the Royal Family to travel around the country!