Top dating spots
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The Soulmates team have put our heads together to come up with our 11 favourite date locations – see if you can spot any of your local haunts!attend a concert in the nearby Palacio de Bellas Artes.The white marble building’s neo-classical architecture and murals, by some of Mexico’s most famous artists, are worth a visit on their own, but scoring balcony seats to watch a ballet or opera in the concert hall is as romantic as it gets in Mexico City.Then get a predinner drink at the wine bar Divino, which has unbeatable views of the Basilica.spend some time at the Rudas Bath on the bank of the Danube for some seriously leisurely R&R.FIRST IMPRESSION: Men who drink specialized beers, like IPAs, dig that they're a cut above plain-old brewskies.
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Enjoy Mediterranean tapas and cocktails as you watch private yachts pass by and a DJ spins up some chill, electro ambiance.—or even better—charter your own boat and cruise through the city's newly built and aptly named Water Canal.
On your way, you'll pass colorful waterfalls, the famous Burj al Arab hotel. Enjoy a relaxing couples hammam in this opulent take on the centuries-old Turkish bath.
make your way from work to the Chain Bridge, the most beautiful crossing over the Danube River, and hop on the funicular that takes you directly up to the former Royal Palace.
Take a romantic walk on the cobblestoned streets of the Castle District and peer out from the Fisherman’s bastion for one of the best views of Budapest.
It's intimate and informal, has panoramic mountain and harbor vistas, and the bistro-style food is eclectic without being overly fussy.