Explore your city by cycle
Dust down your bicycle, grab a map and explore the local area with your date.
Cycling offers the perfect opportunity to get to know your date away from the distractions of mobile phones and TV’s and the chance to discover parts of your city you didn’t know existed.
If you don’t have a bike you can hop on a Boris bike or hire one for a small fee in most cities.
Ramble in the countryside
Even if you live in the heart of a city, the countryside is never too far away in Britain.
Jump in the car or on the train and head for Britain’s spectacular coastlines, rolling hills or national parks for a date which makes the most of spring’s clear days and beautiful light.
Don’t worry if the drizzle starts – a country pub is never far away, which brings us onto our third suggestion…
Board Games In The Pub
Like we said, you never can rely too heavily on the weather forecasts in GB, but what you can rely on is our wealth of delightful pubs!
April showers should never spoil your date. If the clouds start to form overhead, take shelter in your local pub and enjoy a round (or few) of Scrabble, Jenga and other classic board games.
Daytime Drinks at a Rooftop Bar
Sunny spring days provide stunning views, so make the most of them by organising a rooftop date.
Lots of rooftop bars have heaters, allowing you to sit outside in cooler weather, but if it’s just too nippy to sit outside a bar with a large viewing window is a great alternative.
Try out London Sky Garden if you live in London for a unique date experience at a rooftop garden.
Cocktail Tour in the City
If walking, talking and refreshing with cocktails sounds like your ideal date then you’ll love a Hidden City tour where you can rediscover your home turf and unearth some of the drinking scene’s best kept secrets.
What’s more, walking tours are a great way to spark conversation about the things you learn along the way. Work together to guess the clues and reap the rewards with a few cocktails at the end..
A Eurovision Party For Two
The music is questionable, but occasionally there’s one gem that you can’t stop singing or an act you recognise from years ago as we give them one last hurrah.
It’s a bizarre night all-round but there is a lot of fun to be had. You could try different foods from the countries who are participating, draw acts out of a hat and see who gets the most points or score the performances yourself. Just avoid drinking games at all costs!