It turns out that London is the nation's top spot when it comes to the language of love, while poor old Hull is our least romantic destination, according to a survey.
The results of Hotels.com's annual Destination Romance Report also revealed that Cornwall, the Cotswolds and Edinburgh are excellent getaways for loved-up couples.
Nearly a fifth (18 per cent) of the nation chose the UK's capital city as the top location to take a loved one this year, with the Lake District slipping to second place with 15 per cent of the vote. Still popular with those over the age of 45, a fifth (20 per cent) of middle aged respondents voted the Lakes the most romantic. Both the Scottish and Welsh capitals also featured in the top 10 with Edinburgh in fourth place and Cardiff in ninth place.
At the other end of the scale Hull was voted by a fifth (19 per cent) of Brits to be the least romantic destination in 2015, rising three spaces from it's third position in last year's report and knocking last year's champion, Slough (who didn’t feature in this year's list at all), from the top spot. Birmingham came in second for the second year in a row with 11 per cent of the vote, while both London (up four) and the ballroom capital Blackpool (up seven) came in at joint third place.