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Right here is the heartland of everything that makes London so special - its energy, diversity, creativity and style. It's true that some of the kinks of this area are being ironed out by chain cafes and chain brasseries, but there's still plenty here to satisfy the alternative spirit. Foremost among these are the gay escorts in Soho because you won't find better or more attractive ones anywhere. They take care of themselves and their bodies are to die for, but there's also plenty of intelligence and conversation lurking beneath their beautiful, sumptuous exteriors. When you're visiting this central London enclave (and nowhere could be more central), you'll have more options than you know what to do with. Stroll down Berwick Street for its famous market and clutch of old-fashioned record shops. Get your groove on at Ronnie Scott's where luminaries of soul and jazz, including Chaka Khan, have regularly come to delight the crowds since the mid-20th Century.

Take in any number of bars, pubs and nightclubs, many of them catering to a specifically LGBT crowd. You're sure to find one or more that suit you and your tastes. You're in the West End here, so there's all of theatre-land at your disposal. Walk down Charing Cross Road and you'll be at Trafalgar Square. Or skip along Brewer Street for more restaurants, adult entertainment outlets and even a handy mender and dry-cleaners. You'll want for nothing, whether it's frozen yoghurt, bubble tee or the brilliant coffee at the Algerian Coffee Stores (to take away with you and make at home, rather than to sip on site). Gay escorts in London know all the secrets of this fabled area and the infamous Coach & Horses, favoured pub of the literary crowd including the late Jeffrey Bernard, is still very much standing. Soho is beckoning you right now - come and enjoy!