Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A - Afternoon tea: Impress your date with an indulgent afternoon scoffing tea, cakes and sandwiches. Florins on Princes Avenue offers a stand of tasty treats for afternoon tea takers while the Mercure Royal Hotel on Ferensway offers a more traditional silver service.
B - Beside the Seaside: Take your pick from a fun day out at busy Bridlington, a traditional seaside visit to Hornsea or how about a dip in the waves at pretty Fraisthorpe Beach?
There's a day at the beach to suit everyone. Just watch where you get the sand! Forget Paris, you and your date can get a taste of France without leaving the country at Cognac in Chanterlands Avenue. With a wide and appealing wine list, tasty French beers and classic dishes including snails, it has the Gallic charm worthy of any Parisienne avenue. Read our review D - Dancing: Two hundred years on, you and your date can enjoy Regency Dance at a group in Hull.
Weekly sessions are held at St Columba's in Laburnum Avenue. E - East Park: It's a tried and tested location for thousands of romantic couples and East Park in the sunshine is still one of Hull's great spots to head for a relaxing afternoon. Ice creams, lazy picnics and of course, a mini-zoo to wander around. F - Flying lessons: Sweep your date off their feet with lessons from Humber Flying Club.
Need an excuse to grip your other half tightly by the hand? Book a ghost walk around Beverley. Join a local guide and stay close for a spookily enjoyable stroll around the market town. Bowling has been given a, well, Hollywood-style makeover at this alley in Kingswood with an American-style menu and food and drink delivered to your lane.
Say cheers with a coke float and try not to get too competitive or you'll be single before you can say strike. Oh, and the best news is, you can wear your own shoes. I - Ice Arena: If you're too young to remember Torvill and Dean's famous ice dance Bolero, you will at least have seen how many couples are have come out of ITV's Dancing on Ice - all evidence that this cool activity is a simple way to heat things up.
J - Jewellery making: Ready to commit to that special someone? Oresome Gallery, based in Humber Street in the Fruit Market, Hull, runs two-day courses for couples to design and create their own pieces of jewellery to last a lifetime. It's not quite a boat ride on the canals of Venice but a paddle on Welton Waters will give you and your date the chance to get to know each properly.
You'll have to work together and out on the water it won't be easy for either of you to escape. L - Little Switzerland: As the Humber Bridge Country Park is also known. A great spot to stroll around country paths in the quarry created by the construction of the bridge. There are ice cream and snack vans in the main car park and walks take you down to Hessle foreshore. Also a firm favourite if the kids are joining you on your date!
Little Switzerland M - Movie night: That classic venue that suits both first dates and date nights for the long-married, relieving the need for conversation for the former and the requirement to look at each other for the latter. It's unimaginative but you can at least take the experience up a notch by booking luxury seats at the Vue cinema in Princes Quay, city centre, for extra room and the best seats in the house.
A firm favourite for dating teens, there are now two to choose from in Hull now with restaurants at St Stephen's and Princes Quay shopping centres.
Nandos offers a range of dishes The region's first Japanese restaurant, Ogino on Butcher Row in Beverley has become a popular attraction for romantic evenings.
Serves a mix of modern dishes with classic sushi and Japanese treats. Ogino restaurant P - Pipe and Glass: East Yorkshire's only Michelin-starred restaurant and therefore the go-to for proposals, anniversaries and special occasions. Q - Queens Gardens: Pretty flowers, a fountain and quiet spots to relax in the city centre — great for a date with that work colleague you've had your eye on. R - Rock City: Trust has a crucial role to play in any relationship so why not put your faith in each other to the test by tackling the climbing walls at Rock City.
There is something for everyone from beginners to experts. S - Shepherd's Hut: A plush hotel room is all very well but for a truly cosy night in as a couple, a Shepherd's Hut is hard to beat. This one comes complete with kitchen area to chill a bottle of fizz and a log burner to keep warm. Shepherd's Hut T - Tapas: Impress your date with your continental taste and a trip to the new Wine and Tapas Bar at Hull Marina.
A spin-off from the Dock Street Kitchen, this glamorous new venue at Freedom Quay, Wellington Street West, looks set to emulate the success of its big brother.
V - VW Hire: Take in our region's breathtaking beaches and gorgeous countryside together by booking a classic VW Camper for a touring break. VW Classic Camper Hire, based near Pocklington, has a selection of cool-looking vans available and can help plan routes and itineraries. Stretching just under 80 miles from Hessle to Filey, this trail takes in some of the most tranquil countryside in England anywhere.
Pack a picnic, hope for good weather and impress your date with views atop rolling hills where it is said you can see "forever". How romantic is that? Visit the Wolds Way website for more information X - X-rated: Sorry but this one can't be revealed in a family publication You don't have to have a billionaire's budget to enjoy life aboard a yacht.
The Royal Yachting Association's Yorkshire and Humber branch offers workshops and training to encourage people to get into the sport. The zoo at Sewerby Hall offers the chance for two people to enjoy an animal encounter by looking after its penguins. An unusual option for those looking for something different and a relief to this compiler of an alphabetical list. Like us on Facebook.