As you saunter past the internationally-renowned statue of Eros, the Ancient Greek God of love, you’ll feel fortune smiling on you. Across the street, huge, bright, electronic billboards will beam down at you and you’ll feel the mix of old world charm and modernity coming together to make magic. That’s just what it’s like being here, in one of the most bustling and central parts of the capital. Gay escorts in Piccadilly Circus wouldn’t have it any other way. This frenetic, dazzling place is part of their playground and it’s a must-see for any visitor. Alas, some of the landmarks of old, like the flagship branch of Tower Records that used to stay open till midnight, are gone. But in their place come new and exciting things, in particular, the five-storey branch of Waterstones where you can dine, have coffee and read to your heart’s content. Everything you need for a great day is here, including Regent Street – home to London’s flagship branch of the Apple Store, which is almost a contemporary place of worship. Every luxury and high street brand is here in its best and largest form, and theatreland beckons on Shaftesbury Avenue, where you can see some of the biggest shows of the day.
Gay escorts in London have always flocked to this area – or at least the best ones have. It’s in the Borough of Westminster and there are few places that can beat it for transport links. The fast-paced Tube is on the Piccadilly and Bakerloo Lines, but if that’s not enough, it’s easy walking distance from Leicester Square, which also serves the Northern Line. Buses team through the streets, and there’s a cab to be hailed on every corner. Nearby Soho offers Bohemian delights, including nightclubs and bars, and just opposite lies Chinatown. If neither of them grabs your imagination, you’ve got Oxford Street, Trafalgar Square, the Strand and Covent Garden within spitting distance. There’s really no place in London that has it all in quite such style.