The beauty of London is that no matter how many times you visit, you will always be able to find fun and exciting things to do. While you should not skip the traditional attracts, such as Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, London Eye, and Tower Bridge, you should make some time to go beyond these. London is replete with hidden gems that are worth visiting. You can explore secret gardens and eccentric museums that will amaze you.
While some of these little-known places are a bit far, others are in the city centre. It is worth making time to visit these 4 hidden gems that will give you a completely new perspective on London. And, the best part is that you never have to explore these places alone. You can always invite elite escort in London to accompany you.
1. Saint Dunstan in the East
Built in the 11th-12th centuries, this church was partially destroyed during World War II and the Anglican Church decided not to rebuild it. Today, this hidden gem in London is a tranquil place to escape the hustle and bustle.
The remaining walls of the church have been made into a part of a beautiful garden and the lush greenery and quaint benches will mesmerise you. The best part is that this mediaeval church is located between the Tower of London and London Bridge but still people are unaware of it. If you are looking for peace and relaxation, head over to Saint Dunstan in the East after visiting other nearby attractions. You will not regret it.
2. Leighton House Museum
Lord Leighton living during the Victorian era and was an artist and art lover. His house, Leighton House, is filled with his own artworks as well as the art he collected. When you visit this museum in Kensington, you will be in awe of the interior design and architecture – they are magnificent and worth checking out. The house is open to the public on the weekends from 10 am to 5.30 pm
Be sure to check out the Arab Hall, which is based on a room of a palace in Palermo. This beautiful and hypnotising room is covered with Islamic mosaic tiles and has a dome above the fountain. Lord Leighton apparently travelled around the Middle East and Europe and brought these tiles all the way from Damascus.
3. Kyoto Garden in Holland Park
You can club your visit to Leighton House Museum with Kyoto Garden in Holland Park. Ask your hotel to pack a picnic hamper that you can enjoy in Holland Park with captivating London escorts to keep you company.
This garden was designed and created by Japanese landscape architects and gifted by the city of Kyoto. It has a traditional Japanese design, replete with a pond, fountain, stone lanterns, and Japanese trees. It has a zen-like ambience and you will feel restful and invigorated after spending time in this Instagrammable garden. If you have time, you can visit the Fukushima Memorial Garden, which was gifted by the Japanese Embassy for the support that Britain offered during the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
4. Little Venice
Many visitors to London often miss out on going to Little Venice, which is a tree-lined network of canals that stretches from Hyde Park to Warwick Avenue. You will find many canal boats lazily sailing or anchored in the canals. These boats often function as tearooms and cafes. So, you can enjoy brunch or afternoon tea and enjoy the experience.
Located between Paddington and Camden Town, Little Venice not only evokes romance. In Camden, you can take a waterbus boat ride in the company of charming and sensual Mayfair escorts and you will love it. Near Paddington, you can stop at Darcie & May Green boat café to energise yourself after your stroll.
These are the four hidden treasures that you should visit while you are in London. If you want company, look no further than All Stars Escorts. It is a leading London escort agency and represents stunning, beautiful, and elegant escorts, who would love to come with you while you go off the beaten path and get a new perspective of this cosmopolitan city.