This beautiful area is so named because it’s built around a network of canals. Short of living right on the Thames, it’s the best part of the city for people who feel calmer and more tranquil when they’re near bodies of water. You can arrive here via Warwick Avenue Tube station, which is on the Bakerloo line, or take any number of different bus routes. There’s also the Waterbus service, which stops at London Zoo and Camden Town. Gay massages in Little Venice are of an immaculate standard, partly because the area is popular with young men from all over the world, many of them fully trained and highly experienced. If you’re here on business, then nothing could provide such luxuriant relaxation as this therapeutic and spiritual treat. When your appointment is over, why not explore some of the area’s fine architecture by visiting the Colonnade Hotel on Warrington Crescent, with its ornate balustrade and lavish mouldings? Both Sigmund Freud and Alan Turing were visitors.
Gay massages in Little Venice aren’t the only wonderful activity you can enjoy while you’re here. Although the area is largely residential, there’s the Canal Cafe Theatre where a programme of plays, comedy, musical revues and one-man/one-woman shows provides year-round entertainment. There’s the Puppet Theatre Barge where people of all ages can find amusement and delight. For eating out, Cafe La Ville, directly overlooking a stretch of canal, is the best option, followed by the Summerhouse Restaurant. A canal-side walk at dusk is the perfect end to the day and the charming sight of moored narrowboats and the local Regency architecture combine to form pure poetry. If the confines of Little Venice are too enclosed for you, then you’re also extremely close to St. John’s Wood and Paddington.