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Just north of Camden Town is another vibrant little district with a funky vibe that's all its own. Nestled by Primrose Hill and Haverstock, it's worth visiting for its beguiling mix of cool shops, happening bars, top-quality restaurants and fabulous markets. It's a place of hidden gems, loved by the acting and showbiz fraternities, with that North London je-ne-sais-quoi that you just can't find anywhere else. If you add to that world-class gay massage, Chalk Farm simply comes out top every time. If you get here by Tube (via the Northern Line), you'll emerge to find a place of independent boutiques and local delights. If you're here for a taste of the countryside, then you can reach Hampstead Heath on foot and lose yourself in its wild greenery. If you're here for gay massage, Chalk Farm will never disappoint. To describe the male therapists here as first-class is to underplay how great they are. Combine magazine-cover looks with raw talent and you begin to get the picture. To cope with even a short time in London, it's important to indulge in self-care and there can be few finer ways than this.
Back outside, you can enjoy a genuine, old-world London boozer - the Sir Richard Steele pub on Haverstock Hill - or take in red-hot live music at the Fiddler's Elbow in Malden Road, where a calendar of indie, soul and ska gigs constantly keeps it real. For bigger names in music, you'll want to include a trip to the Roundhouse where past performers include Jimi Hendrix and the Doors. Its roof terrace makes for perfect summer evenings in the city.
This place has always been quick on the uptake when it comes to art and if you want to sample some of it, then drop into galleries like the Zabludowicz Collection (Prince of Wales Road) and Proud Camden (Chalk Farm Road).