5 romantic things to do in Edinburgh:

The biggest charm of Edinburgh lies in its combination of rich history and cultural heritage. It possesses a classical allure reminiscent of England, making it the perfect place for couples to enjoy romantic moments together.

The Royal Mile is the main road of Edinburgh's Old Town, approximately one mile long, gathering many sights, restaurants, bars, shops, and hostels, and serving as an excellent starting point for exploring Edinburgh's history. It connects Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace, two important landmarks in Scottish history, with memorable sights and streets along the way, such as the Castle Esplande, St.Giles' Cathedral, Lawnmarket, High Street, and Canongate. Whether you want to learn about the history and culture or experience the local life, starting from the Royal Mile is a great choice.
The Scott Monument is a Victorian Gothic memorial tower commemorating Scottish writer Walter Scott. The tower stands at a height of 200 feet 6 inches and features multiple viewing platforms at the top accessed through a narrow staircase, offering views of Edinburgh city center and the surrounding area. Climbing 287 steps to reach the highest point also earns visitors a certificate of achievement. The tower is constructed using black sandstone quarried near Ecclesmachan, which contains a bituminous component.
Calton Hill is located in the eastern part of the New Town of Edinburgh and is the highest point and observation point of the city. Many historic monuments and buildings are widely distributed, among which one was built with the support of the city government in the early 20th century during the Great Depression. It is a building with the ancient Greek Parthenon temple style and its feature is that it has no specific purpose and has become a gathering place for tourists at sunrise and sunset.
Prince Street Gardens is one of Scotland's most famous garden landscapes and also marks the boundary between Edinburgh's Old and New Towns. The Scott Monument, towering at 200 feet, commemorates Sir Walter Scott, a famous Scottish writer. From its narrow staircase of 287 steps, visitors can reach the observation deck at the top for a panoramic view of the city center and surrounding scenery. On sunny days, locals and tourists alike relax and soak up the sun on the garden's spacious lawns or benches.

The Oxford Bar

Romantic thing No.5: Go to a bar in Oxford and listen to stranger's stories. In the bar, all strangers will communicate and share their life stories with each other. It is said that Scottish writer Ian Rankin often visits here, and several of his characters in the book are inspired by the stories of these strangers.