INDEPENDENT LONDON ESCORTS

Central London Incalls and Outcalls

Indie Collective is not a London escort agency, we are a group of independent escorts - without managers - who keep 100% of our income.
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Arranging a Date with an Independent London Escort

The escorts on this page are available to meet in Central London, Greater London and/or the South East including Heathrow and Gatwick airports; they may be available for outcall or incall, please visit their individual websites for more information.

Indie Collective is not a London escort agency, we are directory of independent escorts and sex workers. To make contact with any of the independent escorts shown on this page, you will need to contact them directly.

London: the Lover’s Playground

We adore the city of London at Indie Collective! It's impossible to get bored in London, there is so much to do and see. Perhaps you've decided to take in a show in the West End while visiting, or maybe you plan to to gaze out over the cityscape from the top of the Shard? If you're a foodie, a stroll along the embankment is sure to make your mouth water, as will checking out some of London's fantastic food markets. Quench your thirst and meet some interesting characters in Soho, or maybe hop on the DLR to London's Financial District and opt for a quiet drink by the water.

The culture in London is unmatched anywhere else in the world. Get lost for days exploring the magnificent architecture and famous landmarks such as Big Ben and the Tower of London. Get tickets to go inside the Houses of Parliament on a tour, and when you're done there head over to the National Gallery to soak up some fabulous works of art. The Natural History Museum, the Victoria & Albert (V&A), the Museum of London, the Tate Modern and the Barbican Centre are other must visits!

The beauty of booking an independent escort in London is the plethora of date options once you're there. No matter where in the city you are staying, there will be both modern and historic culture to immerse yourself in. Whether you are hoping for a short, playful tryst or a long, luxurious encounter, London's got you covered. Favourite date ideas with companions include opera and ballet, a Thames cruise, an evening wander around Covent Garden, a shopping spree on Oxford Street, or a glass or two of something strong at Ronnie Scott's.

Perhaps you're travelling to London for a particular event? It could be the Notting Hill Carnival or the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall. Maybe you've come to watch the tennis at Wimbledon, football at Wembley or a concert at the O2 arena? If you need company for any of these events, a London escort who knows her way around the city and its transport links will be an added bonus is more ways than one!

For a relaxing spa trip to London - which of course must include an afternoon tea (it's enshrined in law) - check out some of the London's very famous hotels such as The Savoy, The Corinthia, Claridges and the Ritz. For a more modern stay, the Soho Hotel or the Hamyard Hotel are firm favourites at Indie Collective. And if you're more of an explorer than a relaxer, Greenwich Park is a must, and in particular a wander up to the Royal Observatory to look our over the London skyline. On your way back down, head into Greenwich Market to pick up some lunch on the go and don't forget to the admire the Cutty Sark.

Travel to and from London

The easiest way to travel around London is either cab or tube. The tube is super-easy to navigate and, provided you are not travelling at peak times, is relatively stress free. Some of London's underground stations are deep, so be prepared to rack up some steps. They can be hot too! So in the height of summer, just take a cab. London cabbies are the best in the world, and will get you from one side of the city to the other in record time. Final word on London travel: forget the buses, no one understands how to use those.

For travelling in to London, the major train stations are Euston (from Birmingham, Manchester and the North), Victoria (from the South including express trains from Gatwick), Paddington (from the West including express trains from Heathrow), and Liverpool Street in the East. St Pancras is the station you will arrive at if travelling to London from Europe on the Eurostar. Take some time in any station you arrive in, they are all beautifully designed and worthy of a glance up.

For airports, London Heathrow is one of the busiest in the world, so chances are you will land here and it's an easy 25 train ride into the City (and incidentally, if you're looking for Heathrow escorts, we've got a page for that!) Gatwick is another airport serving London, though this one is further South in the county of Surrey. London Stanstead and London City airports also serve the Capiral, and for short inter-euro flights City is probably where you will land. Finally Luton airport often serves London too, though this one is North of the City rather than in London itself.

Like any major city in the world, car is the least advisable way to travel in! With eye-wateringly expensive parking costs, a congestion charge and really quite hideous traffic, we recommend any other way but.