Known for its business roots, the City is the key driver for the London economy. It is safe to say that the area attracts bankers, lawyers and financial-related professions. In addition to this there are also more and more London City escorts choosing to live in the area too. If the West End offers the glitz and glam, then the City is viewed as its corporate neighbour. With a plethora of shops, restaurants and bars to experience, it certainly has a lot to offer.
Many people fly into London for work and fly out again without having any fun. Usually they make the assumption that they are on business and are not allowed to have any fun. So, why not break a habit of a lifetime and go and get some fun in your free time? You may be in the city for work, but you do have time off. There is no reason why you should sit in your hotel room alone. Our city escorts can be called whenever you desire – day or night.
The City of London (otherwise known as the Square Mile) has some of the best transport links in the capital. The City is incredibly well connected with six mainline stations. Liverpool Street, London Bridge, Blackfriars, Cannon Street, Fenchurch Street and Moorgate. Between them they offer travel links all over London and to many areas outside of the capital too.
Initially known as Londinium, the City made up most of the capital after settlement by the Romans in the first century AD to the middle ages. By the late 16th century, London became a major centre for banking, commerce and international trade. After that, in 1708, Christopher Wren’s St Paul’s Cathedral was completed, a building which is still one if London’s most iconic sites. The 18th century proved to be a time of speedy growth for London. With this came the rise of the Industrial Revolution and Britain's role at the centre of the British Empire. At this time, the area of the City expanded beyond its borders into parts of the West End and Westminster.