As new figures reveal Birmingham to be growing in popularity for a Valentine's getaway, here are some suggestions for how to spend a romantic weekend:
The Jewellery Quarter is full of quirky restaurants and bars - not to mention beautiful buildings and the wealth of glittering diamonds on sale.
They say chocolate is an aphrodisiac, so where better to head than Cadbury World?
If music be the food of love, London Concert Orchestra will perform Love Classics at the Symphony Hall.
Romantic classic Casablanca is showing at the mac cinema tonight and tomorrow.
Birmingham boasts a full range of everything from posh nosh to slap-up grub - so whether you fancy stellar views over the city at the Marco Pierre White restaurant at The Cube or one of Birmingham's signature baltis, you won't be short of choice.
Birmingham's a "romantic recipe" of architecture, music, jewellery and scenery has helped make it the UK's fastest-growing romantic destination this Valentine's, city tourism bosses have said.
Emma Gray, marketing director at Visit Birmingham, said the network of canals and top-notch restaurants helped create a romantic atmosphere.
More and more couples are choosing to be charmed in Birmingham thanks to the city's romantic recipe of stunning architecture, world-class music and art and its famous Jewellery Quarter, offering priceless, bespoke presents for that special someone.
Visitors can soak up the sights while taking a starry-eyed stroll beside our city centre canals and enjoy the great collection of restaurants and bars to stop off at along the way.
Birmingham is the ideal place to spend your Valentine's weekend.