With a population of more than eight million and a history going back for more than two millennia, it’s not surprising that London has its own take on how things should be done. There are unwritten rules about almost everything – including going out on date.
Gingham blankets, wicker baskets and bubbly – some date ideas are tried, tested and become a tradition for a good reason. It’s no surprise that the romantic picnic has long been a British summertime favourite when it comes to dating.
Written for eHarmony by Edinburgh Coffee Lovers There’s something very romantic about the cobbled streets and wynds of Edinburgh, crammed with beautiful and ornate stone buildings
Written for eHarmony by MJ and BKR of lunchquest.co.uk BKR and MJ started Lunchquest in July 2011 to create a website that would tell visitors and locals alike where they can find the best grub.
Image © Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society Written for eHarmony by Ben Clover Each August Edinburgh is home to the world’s largest arts festival, showcasing everything from the highest of high culture to the lowest of the low-brow.
We’ve all seen the slew of romantic films that tell us love will find us, or that we should do whatever it takes, no matter how conniving or illegal, if it means we’ll have our love reciprocated by the person of our dreams.
Going on holiday together can be the perfect way to take your dating to the next level. It’s an exciting time and planning your trip is half the fun