Unlike, say, Hyde Park, Regent’s Park lends its name not just to an actual park (and a stunning one, to boot, but we’ll come to that in a bit), but also to an actual area within London. It falls within both the London Borough of Camden and also Westminster, and was first created as a distinct area in 1965. It’s served but a Tube station (opened in 1906) that’s on the busy and generally reliable Bakerloo line, and has its own university and a college as well. But the reason that inhabitants of the capital (along with a sizeable number of tourists and visitors) flock to this place is, of course, the glorious park, one of the Royal Parks of London. It’s a Grade I listed space, which guarantees it certain protections so that generations to come will be able to delight in its green spaces and wildlife. Perhaps after you’ve taken a trip to London Zoo (which falls within the boundaries of the park), you’ll be feeling a bit animal and just longing for a refreshing and passionate experience. Gay massage in Regent’s Park fits the bill every time. And here, in a central part of the metropolis, you’ll be in luck because it’s here that the hot and talented men ply their trade.
After you’ve been revived by a wonderful session with a good-looking masseur, you’ll be just about ready to explore further. The park is arranged with an outer ring road (the Outer Circle) and an inner one (Inner Circle). In the centre is where the prettiest, most landscaped and planted parts are to be found, in particular Queen Mary’s Gardens. You’ll marvel at the beautiful black swans and, maybe, you’ll go for a canal walk, eventually exploring nearby areas such as Primrose Hill and Belsize Park. Whatever you choose to do, your enjoyment of this stunning part of London will be immeasurably enhanced by gay massage in Regent’s Park so why not check out our other locations around central London.