This year has been the year to put East London on the map. Thanks to London being the host for the Olympics 2012, East London has seen a huge renovation project to restore this old industrial part of town into the fastest growing destination in London. This old marshland is in demand and is now one of the coolest places to be. The recent regeneration work has totally revamped the area, gardens have been redesigned, lakes dredged and there’s even a Chinese pagoda.
East London is now a vibrant and exciting place to live and work but it is still true to its heritage and authenticity. But no one knows this area better than East London escorts, who will find you the best places to visit as well as the coolest restaurants and places for a nightcap.
If it’s entertainment that you are after, the O2 Arena in Greenwich is perfect for concerts and shows. Take an escort in East London to see one of your favourite bands perform live, then grab a bite to eat in the many eateries within the indoor village afterwards. The Excel is the place for exhibitions and it was here that many of the Olympic games took place. And you don’t have to wait for a boat to take you between the two, with the new Emirates cable car, that links the O2 Arena to the Royal Docks across the river. Or if you don’t fancy getting off, then a round trip offers great views of the city with Canary Wharf, the Thames Barrier and the Olympic Park and won’t break the bank. You can even see London by night up until 9pm each day.
The East End is now a trendy vibrant place to live, with excellent restaurants and swanky bars. Stroll around this newly fashionable area with an East London escort on your arm. Visit Brick Lane for a choice of curry houses or grab a bargain at the famous Spitalfields market, UK's leading horticultural market for an impressive selection of art, fashion, gifts and antiques.
If music is more your thing, visit Hackney or Deptford for its knock out festivals or if you prefer a leisurely stroll, Greenwich Park is the oldest enclosed Royal park, with its maritime history, and is home to where time began; Greenwich Mean Time.
This area is steeped in history, visit the Tower of London for some spooky goings on, or take a leisurely stroll along the iconic Tower Bridge. But the East End is more notorious for it’s old tales, take a step back in time to old England in 1888 with a Jack the Ripper tour and experience this area in a different era.
There is plenty to see and do in this upcoming area. And thanks to the legacy of the Olympic Games, East London has now been placed on the map and will be for many years to come.
East London is the fastest growing destination in London