Just over three miles from the very centre of the capital, here’s an area that’s steeped in history, not all of it very genteel. In fact, in the late 1880s, it was a vice-ridden, down-at-heel district where the dastardly, vicious and never-captured Jack the Ripper plied his wicked trade, murdering women and violating their bodies in a variety of hideous, blood-hungry ways. The identity of this rather nasty piece of work has remained a worldwide mystery ever since and a lot of different theories exist. Thankfully, today the area is a much cheerier, more charming place and gay massage in Whitechapel is simply transcendent. Such is the pleasure and relief you’ll feel when the handsome men of the E1 postcode get their hands on you so why not check out our gallery and you’ll wonder if you’re in the afterlife. But no, you’re here on earth and it’s all real.
Outside, you can explore the high street and get to know the area a little better. You won’t want to miss the Whitechapel Art Gallery, which first opened its doors in 1901 and has remained a bastion of high culture ever since. The area was also pivotal to the success of the punk scene in the late 1970s and early 1980s, with bands including the Slits and the Raincoats performing in its environs. When it’s time to move further afield, you’ll find reliable transport connections in abundance, most notably the Tube and Overground station where you can catch the Hammersmith & City and District Lines.