If you’re new to London, you’ll discover, as many before you have discovered, that one of the absolute jewels in its crown is the string of royal parks, stretching from Kensington Gardens to Hyde Park, through to St. James’s. And in the middle of this archipelago of trees and grass comes Green Park, an oasis of calm where people come to escape the urban frenzy and the frenetic pace. It’s more than a park, in fact; it’s a distinct area with its own Tube station (on the Victoria, Jubilee and Piccadilly Lines). Gay escorts in Green Park are beautiful, young and dew-fresh, just like the stretches of greenery that welcome picnickers and holiday-makers throughout the year. If you’re here on either business or pleasure (and, let’s face it, in London there’s always an element of the latter), you’ll be seduced by the opulence and high glamour of this area.
You’ll find everything from a five-storey bookshop (Waterstones Piccadilly) to every conceivable fashion outlet (both boutique and high street) on your doorstep. And it’s not just great for shopping opportunities – there’s also a dizzying array of restaurants, plus culture to die for at the Royal Academy of Arts. Gay escorts in London love this area, and with good reason. It’s got a genteel, old-world luxury to it that calms the senses while simultaneously exciting them. Buses, Tubes and taxis can whizz you into Soho, Chinatown and beyond, or you can walk. You’d never guess that the park itself was once a place where the bodies of dead lepers were buried. It’s also well-situated for a visit to Buckingham Palace – not everyone’s idea of a good time, but the sort of thing which, like the Tower of London, should be done at least once in a lifetime.