When you think of visiting London you automatically think of Buckingham Palace, the Museums and the fabulous Parks. These tourist attractions are still wonderful, but why not find other places to see that are not publicised as much. There are all sorts of things you can do and if you are in a strange city, far from home and feeling lonely, then it makes perfect sense to book an escort to keep you company. Our ladies are charming, bright and bubbly and you will find their company easy and relaxed, and conversation fun.
A lot of people book professional escorts if they are away from home and feeling a little bit lonely and blue. Who can blame them? London is the most fantastic city on earth – it has everything, from historic attractions, to huge designer shops and shopping malls, from sightseeing highlights such as the London Eye or a tour on the Thames, to a nightlife that is nothing like you will ever experience anywhere else in the world.
We’ve thrown together a list of what other gems London has to offer which not everyone knows about.
Wiltons Music Hall
Experience the world’s oldest and last surviving grand music hall. A guided tour around Wilton’s Music Hall offers a fascinating insight into the history and heritage of Wilton’s itself, music halls in general and London’s East End. Through the barley sugar columns and the faded glory of the interior one can still hear echoes of Champagne Charlie and past decadence.
Tours are given by passionate heritage experts who work full time at Wilton’s raising funds to save the building. This beautiful and atmospheric building is the perfect cultural stop just five minutes from the Tower of London.
Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club
Since 1959, Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club has been a symbol of London and the home of British jazz. It is one of the most respected jazz clubs in the world and some of the greatest names in music have performed on the historic stage – from Stan Getz, Buddy Rich and Donald Byrd to Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis and Art Blakey.
The Garden at 120
Soak up knockout views of London from the capital’s newest roof terrace: The Garden at 120. The free-to-enter roof garden is reachable via a lift and boasts views of The Gherkin, The Shard and 20 Fenchurch Street, otherwise known as “The Walkie Talkie”.
The perfect spot to while away a sunny afternoon, the 3,000 sq ft space has water features, wildflowers and manicured hedges.
Holland Park contains an extensive woodland for central London, and supports a surprising range of mammals, birds and insects, including peacocks. The park also has a Japanese garden, orangery, tennis courts and a cricket pitch.
Chelsea Psychic Garden
Find peace and tranquility in this beautiful botanical garden that was founded by the worshipful Society of Apothecaries in 1673, making it the second oldest of its kind in England. Within the three and a half acres, you’ll find one of the oldest rock gardens in Europe, a herb garden with culinary and medicinal plants, botanical order beds, glasshouses, rare plants and tender species; as well as the largest outdoor olive tree in Britain.
Take a self-guided historical or medicinal walk and discover the newly added Garden of World Medicine showing the use of plants medicinally by tribal societies.