Sensual Massage Liverpool Street
Liverpool Street Station is one of the busiest railway stations in London.
Located in central London, it is passed through by millions using the railway and tube, on their way to popular locations throughout the city.
Liverpool Street itself is tiny, but is in a bustling area, with shops, hotels, restaurants, pubs and clubs. It is also right near Shoreditch, one of the best party spots in London.
While you’re in the area for your Liverpool Street sensual massage, spend some time getting to know the place, with plenty to do and lots to see.
A Brief History Of Liverpool Street
Liverpool Street station only opened in 1874, but by 1895 it had the largest number of platforms on any terminal railway station in London. In over 130 years, it has seen a lot of historical events, good and bad.
During the First World War, it was hit by an air raid that caused 162 deaths. Shortly before the Second World War, it welcomed thousands of child refugees as part of the Kindertransport rescue mission.
In the 2005 terror attacks, one of the trains that were bombed had just left Liverpool Street station.
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There are a good few landmarks in London Liverpool Street. Heron Tower is the third tallest skyscraper in London.
The building itself is impressive, and its massive aquarium will blow you away. There are two great restaurants at the top to make it more than worth your time.
If you love history, St Botolph Without Bishopsgate is almost 300 years old. It is open to the public on weekdays.
Meanwhile, Dennis Severs’ House is possibly the most memorable “historical” artifact.
It was actually put together in the 1900s by the artist Dennis Severs, but replicates the 200 year history of a Huguenot family.
Shops To Visit In Liverpool Street
Liverpool Street has one of the most diverse markets in London. Old Spitalfields Market is just a five minute walk from the station.
Every day it offers something different, whether vintage treasures in Thursday’s Antiques Market, or fashion and art on a Friday.
There is even a record fair twice a month where you can find rare records and collectable vinyls.
There are plenty of shops around Liverpool Street if you’re looking for your old favourites, but it is the market that makes Liverpool Street’s shopping so exuberant.
Restaurants & Pubs In Liverpool Street
There are plenty of places to stop and get a sandwich, including the ubiquitous Pret A Manger.
Heron Tower has Sushi Samba, which offers Japanese, Brazilian, and Peruvian cuisine (and is a great place to get a rooftop drink).
It is also host to Duck & Waffle, which is exactly as it sounds. Walk the streets to get a sampling of quintessential British, Mexican, Japanese food, and more.
If you want an eccentric spot to get a drink, Dirty Dicks is perfect for you. It was originally known as The Old Jerusalem, but got its current name from supposedly being the location of the warehouse of a jilted lover who refused to clean up for himself.
Williams Ale & Cider House frequently rotates its 14 pumps of cask ale and cider, meaning you’ll get something a bit more interesting than the boring old pint.
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Clubs Near Liverpool Street
Start off your night with early evening cocktails at Amber Bar or Dirty Martini Minories, and move on to the free entry Babble City.
It spreads over three floors, with three unique rooms, offering great food and the perfect place to party. Alternatively, play ping pong at Sink Pong if you’re looking for something a little different.
Getting To Liverpool Street
Liverpool Street Station can be reached on the Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City, and Metropolitan lines. You can easily get there on the London Overground if convenient.
To find out which buses to take from your location to London Street, plan your route on the Transport For London website.