Valentine’s Day in London: ChatGPT’s seven romantic things to do - from The Lion King to the Tower of London

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Romance isn’t dead and to prove it we asked a computer programme to come up with seven Valentine’s Day ideas for Londoners.

Londoners will be pleased to hear that, according to ChatGPT, the city is the “perfect city to spend a romantic Valentine’s Day with your significant other”.

It is not a day for everyone, but how does it go down with our artificial associates?

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According to OpenAI’s chatbot the ‘Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer’ (ChatGPT): “Whether you’re looking for a cozy restaurant, a scenic walk, or an exciting activity, the city has something to offer for every couple.”

So here are ChatGPT’s seven best things to do in London on Valentine’s Day in London:

A River Thames stroll

“Take a romantic stroll along the Thames River - The Thames is one of the most iconic rivers in the world and offers stunning views of the city. Take a leisurely stroll with your partner and admire the city’s famous landmarks such as the Tower Bridge, the London Eye, and the Houses of Parliament.”

The Tower of London...

“Visit the Tower of London - This historic castle has stood for almost a thousand years and is home to the Crown Jewels. Take a tour with your partner and learn about the castle’s dark and fascinating history.”

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Cruise

“Go on a romantic cruise - Enjoy a unique perspective of London’s famous sights from the water by going on a romantic cruise along the Thames. Many companies offer special Valentine’s Day cruises with champagne, live music, and dinner.”

Hyde Park picnic

“Have a picnic in one of London’s beautiful parks - London has many stunning parks to choose from, such as Hyde Park, Regents Park, and Greenwich Park. Pack a romantic picnic with your partner and enjoy the beautiful scenery and fresh air.”

Dinner for two

“Indulge in a romantic dinner - London is known for its fantastic restaurant scene, with options ranging from Michelin-starred establishments to cozy bistros. Treat your partner to a delicious Valentine’s Day dinner at a romantic restaurant and enjoy a memorable night out.”

The views

“Visit a romantic spot in the city - London is full of romantic spots, such as the top of the Shard, with its breathtaking views of the city, or the iconic St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, where you can enjoy a romantic afternoon tea.”

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‘London is the perfect city to spend a romantic Valentine’s Day with your significant other.’ (Pictures: Carla De Souza/Carl Court/London Express/Getty Images)‘London is the perfect city to spend a romantic Valentine’s Day with your significant other.’ (Pictures: Carla De Souza/Carl Court/London Express/Getty Images)
‘London is the perfect city to spend a romantic Valentine’s Day with your significant other.’ (Pictures: Carla De Souza/Carl Court/London Express/Getty Images) | Getty Images

A West End show

“See a show in the West End - London’s West End is home to some of the world’s best theaters and shows. Surprise your partner with tickets to a romantic show, such as The Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, or The Lion King.

“In conclusion, London is the perfect city to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your loved one. With its breathtaking views, historic landmarks, delicious food, and romantic spots, there are plenty of things to do that will make your day unforgettable.”

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