Going on a first date is no walk in the park, but it should be!
Taking a walk in a park or botanical garden is the most popular daytime date, ahead of a trip to the zoo or going for a river or canal cruise.
Take it from a new survey of 2,000 Americans by OnePoll on behalf of Tiqets, a museum and attraction ticketing company.
Long story short, people think it’s romantic to be out and about and trying new things.
Seventy-six percent love new experiences on a first date.
For those already tied down, 78% think new cultural experiences can spice up the relationship.
Assuming all of those day dates go well, pack your passport for the perfect proposal.
Respondents said the top five places to propose include New York’s Central Park, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Niagara Falls, a gondola ride in Venice and on the London Eye.
Some of those moments can be free, but folks aren’t shy about throwing down on date experiences.
The Tiqets survey showed the average person will drop over $150 on a great date.
Too bad money can’t buy you happiness.
Twenty-nine percent said they’ve never been on their perfect date.