Best Tantric MASSAGE IN Chelsea
Below you will find the tantric body to body massage providers in Chelsea, South West London.
Chelsea, for some reason, has loads of tantric massage and nuru massage providers. These talented ladies will give you a first class erotic massage session.
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Transport INFORMATION ---
Zone 3 / Underground Travel --- No station / Postcode SE18
Chelsea is well serviced by public transport. In fact it’s easier to get around on the tube and by cab than it is to park your car.
Most Londoners travel on the underground using High Street Kensington, Notting Hill, Earls Court, Gloucester Road, South Kensington, Sloane Square, Holland Park, Latimer Road, Ladbroke Grove and West Brompton tube stations.
Buses run around the smart side streets and main thoroughfare regularly, but if you want to park a car there’s Sydney Street, Chelsea Cloisters and Nell Gwynne House. Be prepared to wait for a parking spot as they are busy.
There are plenty of parking apps to help you find a space, but if it’s swinging in Chelsea public transport is the quick and easiest way to travel.
The History of Chelsea
Chelsea is an old area of London that existed before the Domesday book of 1086 was created. Its name is taken from ‘chalk wharf’ in old Anglo-Saxon.
In later years Chelsea became known as the haunt of bohemians. Poets and artists lived and gathered here including Dante, Rossetti, Turner and Whistler.
Cheyne Walk in particular housed many Pre-Raphaelites and today the rich and famous live there.
If you’ve ever eaten a Chelsea bun you might be interested to know the recipe originated from Chelsea, and from the 18th century Chelsea buns were eaten and recommended by Georgian royalty.
In the 60s and 70s Chelsea again became a place of creatives housing the Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Vivienne Westwood’s iconic boutique Sex.
The punk movement spread out it roots here making Chelsea a hotbed of alternative culture.
Landmarks in Chelsea
Royal Chelsea Hospital designed by Christopher Wren is a pivotal landmark. A Grade 1 listed building it’s housed old soldiers, known as the Chelsea Pensioners, since it was built in 1682 by King Charles II.
Today it also hosts the world famous Chelsea Flower show too.
The Chelsea Physic Gardens are worth visiting if you’re in the area.
They are the world’s oldest rock gardens made from an eclectic mix of rocks from the Tower of London and lava from Iceland that was brought across in the 1770s.
It also houses the Garden of Medicinal Plants, chronicling medicinal plants medicine since Ancient Greek times and those that may hold future benefits.
If you prefer art you’ll find the Saatchi gallery here or you can wander around Sloane Square on the boundary of Knightsbridge, Chelsea and Belgravia.
It’s an exclusive area of wealth that invented the term Sloane Ranger.
Shopping and Eating in Chelsea
Shopping and eating in Chelsea is high class and expensive, and the array of shops, boutiques restaurants and cafes are overwhelming.
However, Gordon Ramsey’s restaurant does a roaring trade and an offshoot of The Ivy dominates the King Road.
Sloane Square hosts Peter Jones department store and the side streets of King’s Road house the gastro pubs.
You won’t find a traditional pub here, so be prepared to read a flash cocktail menu. It’s big step away from bohemian and punk roots.
There’s a farmers market on the Duke of York Square each week that sells organic and alternative health foods.
In general Chelsea and the King’s Road is an area to splash plenty of cash on Cartier, Armani, Chanel, Versace and Gucci and be seen doing so.
Even the farmer’s market is full of celebrities!
Nightlife in Chelsea is brash and flash so dress to impress because if you’re wearing jeans or trainers you won’t get in.
Amnesia, Juju, The Jam Tree, Raffles and Embargo Republica are all vivid, exclusive and decadent. Be prepared to spot celebrities and be seen.