Top Valentines Day Ideas For Los Angeles
- AADITEE KULKARNI
- UPDATED Feb 09, 2018
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Los Angeles is particularly romantic during the Valentine’s Day. Postcard perfect twinkly lights, cosy spots, romantic beaches, and some of the world’s most famous attractions will surely keep you company as you spend the most romantic day of the year with your precious!
If you plan to get off the beaten path, we have brought together for you valentine day ideas in Los Angeles that would surprise your beloved.
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Romantic Date Ideas For Valentines Day in Los Angeles:
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1. Sunset Champagne Flight over Los Angeles
Fly over the star-studded city on this unforgettable flight that will take you over some of the most romantic spots in LA. The ride will take you over some of the most iconic spots like downtown L.A., the Staples Centre, Hollywood Strip, Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, and Beverly Hills. How ‘bout you take this date to yet another level with a mini-limo transport option with champagne? We are sure she won’t be able to keep the grin from her face.
Check out: Los Angeles Air Tours
2. Watch a classic film at Cinespia
Ring in the most romantic day of the year by watching a romantic movie in open-air settings. Whether it’s The Notebook, or Breakfast at the Tiffany’s, this place in downtown LA is just perfect to subtly tilt your head on his shoulders and enjoy a tub full of caramel popcorn.
3. Quiet dinner at One Pico
Impress your date at this beachside restaurant, overlooking the Pacific. Enjoy a lovely sunset and cosy up to the roaring sounds of the waves as the live piano jazzes up the place. Sip on some of the finest wine in town as your fingers are entwined in a loose grip, as your already growling stomach wait for homemade cous cous and lobster fettuccini.
4. Take a romantic stroll on the beach
A dozen perfect roses and a romantic stroll on the beach will surely make her go ‘Aww!’ Given the 80 miles of coastline of Los Angeles, there are plenty beaches in LA that you can choose from. As the sun hits her caramel skin, we are sure a sigh would escape from your lips.
5. Have a picnic in your backyard
There are plenty of things to do in Los Angeles, but if you plan your date to go on a budget route, put together a picnic basket and invite your date over for a romantic meal. Add an extra dash of romance by setting up the place. And do not forget to pick up his favourite bottle of wine!
6. Private sunset horseback ride
Join a group of riders, or keep it private. With plenty of ranches surrounding the Hollywood Hills area, going horseback riding can turn out to be quite a playful date. Get your cowboy hat on and show her your moves!
7. Take a cooking class together
A date-night class for two where you learn from the experts that run the culinary gamut sounds like a sure fun date! From Tuscan cooking to dim sums to Shushi, there are plenty of cooking classes in Los Angeles to choose from.
8. Share a Romantic Kiss on a Ferris Wheel
Elevate your views (quite literally) and your passion by going the old-school way. A ride on a Ferris wheel at Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier, will kick in some nostalgia. Follow it up with a quiet walk on the beach where you wrap your hand around each other and share a soft kiss.
9. Spa for 2!
A spa-date where the two of you spend a day getting pampered, sharing a massage, getting a chocolate bath together, followed by champagne and a romantic lunch is what we call a perfect date with a whole lot of indulgence. Many spas in LA offer couples’ packages.
10. Propose under the ‘Hollywood’ sign
If you are planning to pop the question, what better time and place than on the Valentine’s Day under the iconic Hollywood sign on the Mount Lee. Top it up with a short, romantic hike.
Where to Go on Valentines Day in LA
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11. Cuddle close at Disneyland
Who said Disneyland is only for the kids?! The happiest place on earth is also one of the most romantic spots where you can steal a kiss, or a dozen. There is something inherently romantic about castles and fireworks. With plenty of romantic settings to choose from, we would say some of the greatest romances happen at the Sleeping Beauty castle.
12. Take them kitty loving at Milo’s Sanctuary
This one is exclusively for the cat lovers! Visit, love, and play with the cats, with the one you love the most. Located at 12 miles from Los Angeles, the Milo's Sanctuary, Inc. organises Valentine Day events where there are plenty of cats, along with a ton of fun activities.
13. Shake a leg at Avalon
One of the LA’s most popular clubs, Avalon is located in a historic 1927 building. The club features top international DJs and many upcoming bands. Get on the dance floor and let your fluid dance moves take over! Missy Elliott said it right. Go, get your freak on!
Check Out: Nightlife of Los Angeles
14. Valentine Day wine and chocolate tasting
A short drive outside the town to the historic downtown Tehachapi is where all the wine-lovers be heading this Valentine’s Day. Featuring several varieties of wines from local vineyards and handmade gourmet chocolates, this sure will be one ‘sparkling’ date!
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15. Bike and pedal around the Griffith Park
One of the favourite outdoor destinations in Los Angeles, Griffith Park is a perfect spot for hiking, biking, and picnicking! Later, surprise your date with a special show at the Samuel Oschin Planetarium inside the Griffith Observatory.
16. Get adventurous at the Universal Studios Hollywood
If you both are fun-loving, adventurous type whose only fuel is adrenaline, a visit to Universal Studios Hollywood on Valentine’s Day will take your relationship to whole another level. There are many things to do, from behind-the-scenes parts of Hollywood and theme rides, to shopping and enjoying a slice of pizza with a view. Grab this tour of the Universal Studios.
17. Get up close and personal with the stars at the Madame Tussauds Hollywood
Sure, we all enjoy Netflix and chill, but a visit to Madame Tussauds Hollywood will take your entertainment expertise to yet another level. Fangirling (or fanboying) to your favourite stars, going behind the scenes, and collecting movie memorabilia sure sounds like a kick-ass Valentine’s Day date.
18. Drive Down the Coast in A Convertible
Hire a convertible and drive down though one of the most romantic driveways in Los Angeles, the Palos Verdes Peninsula. Warm spirits, sunny day and cool winds will make you wanna drive all day long. Along the way, stop at many of its viewpoints that are perfect to click a mushy selfie together.
Los Angeles is a marvellously romantic, and perfect to spend the Valentine’s Day with someone you love. May your love be healthy and whole.