If you are in the Victoria Area of London for work or perhaps a short city break, there are always plenty of things to see and do. Punters who enjoy booking with London Victoria Escorts will often spend some time exploring the city before or after a booking, so if that sounds like something you might like to do, then you will always be able to find things to keep you busy. Westminster Cathedral is quite close to both Victoria rail and Bus station, so if you have an hour to kill, it can be well worth a look around as the quality of the architecture is absolutely stunning. If you are lucky, you may even be able to attend a morning mass at this working cathedral, though visitors are reminded to be respectful while on the premises as this is still a place of worship for some of the capital’s Christians.
If you have a little longer to spare, there is no better way of seeing the city than by booking with City Tour London. You may have already seen one of their famous open topped buses in films or on television, but experiencing the sights, sounds and smells of the thriving metropolis in the South East of England is something that will stay with you for a long time to come. If you prefer to move around a little, a walking tour of the city can be a great way to get some exercise while taking in some of the many tourist attractions London has to offer. Victoria is a great location to start from as it is close to Buckingham Palace and lesser known but no less impressive destinations like Bessborough Gardens. If all that walking has tired you out, you could revitalise yourself with an invigorating Thai massage at Nisa. This non sexual service will stretch out tight muscles and release tension built up in stubborn knots and lesions.
If like many punters who book with Victoria escorts, you enjoy a couple of pints now and then, there are literally hundreds of fantastic pubs in London for you to explore. The reunion bar at the Grosvenor Hotel offers a slice of luxury to discerning drinkers and the Goring Bar and Lounge is similarly opulent. Those who prefer real ale and the kind of old fashioned pub atmosphere that is a little more down to earth, the Willow Walk, a Weatherspoons pub, offers a great selection of local and international beers at very reasonable prices.