If it’s sheer atmosphere you’re after, then you could do a lot worse than to hightail it here where there’s activity, fun and pleasure on every street. It’s part of North-East London and home to such attractions as Brick Lane with its bustling Sunday market. Tastes of India spill out from every restaurant, delighting the tastebuds of passersby. There’s nightlife and an electrifying energy to be found here. And the energy doesn’t stop when you leave the street because gay massage in Spitalfields has a wondrous, fortifying brilliance that’s all its own. You’ll find male therapists whose touch can take you through the gates of Heaven and into the green and flowering pastures of paradise. What more could you want? It’s such an engaging and all-consuming treat that afterwards the only difficulty is knowing what on earth you can do to match it. The best thing for it is to step back outside and sample more of this charming and dynamic area.
Don’t miss out on Old Spitalfields Market which has a history stretching back 350 years. Here, you’re in the borough of Tower Hamlets, straddling Central London and the East End, no great distance from Liverpool Street or the City of London. If you’ve ever seen the groundbreaking 1992 film, Neil Jordan’s The Crying Game, then you may remember that the taboo-shattering transgender character Di lived right here. As you can imagine, the place has an exotic air and you’ll feel the difference when you try gay massage in Spitalfields. It’s not ordinary or average; it’s decidedly special. You can lose your worldly worries in the arms of a strapping hunk of a therapist who will light you up from the inside out. Back outside, there’s more to invigorate the senses – restaurants, art galleries and streets where you can still sense the ghosts of the past, lingering with tales to tell only at Tantric Soul.