Here in bright, dynamic Islington, they do things with a sense of style and panache that really stands out. No wonder it’s a popular place with the intelligentsia, those of a political persuasion, progressives and arty types. As you stroll down Upper Street, you’ll notice the elegant people enjoying cafes and boutiques that aren’t as ostentatious as, say, Bond Street’s, but which have an altogether more underplayed sense of glamour. Gay escorts in Angel are cut from the same cloth – these are strong, go-ahead men who’ve really put themselves on the map thanks to an abundance of innate talent. An hour spent with one of them is 60 minutes of rapture and passion.
The area suffers no shortage of transport options, whether it’s one of any number of bus routes or the Tube station (opened in the early 1900s) which is served by the Northern Line. King’s Cross, Bloomsbury and the West End are actually close enough to be reached on foot and there’s really nothing to beat the pleasure of a ramble through the capital, taking in its architecture and landmarks. If you stay put, you’ll be charmed by the second-hand bookshops and old-fashioned music stores that can still be found in the area today. Gay escorts in London will also be able to provide you with insiders’ tips for additional places to see. And since the area has always been a left-leaning place politically, it has a history of sticking up for LGBT+ and alternative people of every kind, so it’s truly relaxing to spend time here. Alas, the Angel Inn, completed in 1903, after which the area was named, is no longer with us – today, the building is used for some fairly nondescript offices.