try a tantric or nuru massage in Covent Garden
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A really special part of London full of life and party atmosphere. Covent Garden is a must visit if you are a tourist or resident of the city.
Here you will find great restaurants, cocktail bars, independent fashions shops and many great pubs. Many tantric masseuses are located here too such as the ones featured below.
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How to get there
COVENT GARDEN INFORMATION —
Zone 1 / Underground – Piccadilly Line / Postcode WC2
Transport links to and from Covent Garden are second to none as you would expect in London.
Covent Garden tube station is served by the Piccadilly Line and Embankment, Leicester Square, Holborn and Charing Cross tube stations are all within walking distance. The Charing Cross railway station connects London to the rest of the UK.
The RV1 bus route runs through Covent Garden on Catherine Street, but there are 30 other routes just a short walk away on The Strand.
Parking is difficult here but you can find a space on Shelton Street, St Martin’s Lane Hotel or Covent Garden car park if you are organised and get there early.
Time for your erotic body to body massage in Covent Garden
We have a few lovely ladies who are based in this quaint area of Central London for incall sessions. Covent Garden is situated in Westminster and separated in two by the Long Acre.
The North is a shopping haven, and the south side houses the central square with old architecture and street performances. It’s famous for its market and relaxed, cosmopolitan style.
History of Covent Garden
Covent Garden was an Anglo-Saxon trading area in the 7th century but in the 1200s it was walled off as productive land for Westminster Cathedral.
It was originally referred to as the Garden of the Abbey and Convent and over time this was shortened to The Covent Garden.
In later years when Henry the 8th seized monastery property the area was turned into mansions for the wealthy and was the first place to have an arcaded square which was copied by subsequent areas of London.
The famous Covent Garden market started in 1654 but it fell into repute as it was filled with taverns and prostitutes but in 1830 new buildings helped organise the area which lead to a growth of stalls and permanent traders.
Covent Garden Landmarks
The market itself is world renowned, but there are other landmarks in Covent Garden. The London Transport Museum and the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane is home to the Royal Opera and the Royal Ballet.
The National Portrait Gallery sits in Covent Garden too along with the historic church of St Martin in the Field.
If you want to stretch your legs Trafalgar Square, home to Nelson’s Column and frequent political rallies, is a five minute walk away.
Shopping and Eating in Covent Garden
The place to be seen eating is Barrafina who serve the freshest tapas outside of Barcelona, but African dishes of The Barbary and Balthazar for top class French cuisine always impress too.
The oldest eating place is London is Rules opened in 1798. There’s a Jamie Oliver restaurant here and of course, The Ivy.
Shopping can last all day in Covent Garden from high end boutiques to the vintage markets there’s tastes and budgets for everyone.
A special mention goes to H&M on the brand new Mercers Walk development just off Long Acre. It has four floors and all the stock you could wish for.
Covent Garden Nightlife
There are reportedly over 60 pubs in Covent Garden so you’re sure to find a quiet spot if you want a peaceful pint. The Lamb and Flag on Rose Street holds the title of ‘most likely to be the oldest pub in London’ as it has a recorded presence from 1772. If you prefer cocktails every other establishment serves them.
The Theatre Royal on Drury Lane is an old theatre with historic roots that puts on modern fresh entertainment. It’s well worth a visit if pubs are not your scene.