Chelsea is known for flowers, football, reality television and of course, the brilliant Supreme Angels Chelsea Escorts. Whether you’re on holiday, on a business venture or a resident, there is plenty to do in the district to enhance your time in Chelsea. With plenty of amazing venues to visit with Chelsea escorts, even if you are only there for a day or two, the things you can do on your trip will mean you never want to leave.
Shop Till you Drop
Where better can you start a trip to Chelsea than walking around the high streets and window shopping. Chelsea is not only one of the most affluent and fashionable areas in London, but the whole world. When you walk along Kings Road you will find a wide section of boutiques that would make the perfect place to go shopping and grab a bite to eat with escorts in Chelsea.
If you continue adventuring up to the Duke of York Square you will find the home of some of the biggest brands store. From one of Europe’s largest Zara shops, you will find excellent jewellery and designer clothing stores all in close proximity.
Adventuring is Hungry Work
Walking around Chelsea’s busy streets can be a tiring task. But luckily for you, Chelsea boasts some of the best restaurants in the capital. Located on Royal Hospital Road you can find the three-Michelin starred restaurant Gordon Ramsay which is owned by television chef Gordon Ramsay like the name would suggest. Here you can experience some of the freshest tasty food in the world. If you are more a breakfast person, VQ is open 24 hours a day offering a relaxed environment to eat traditional breakfasts from around the world with an added twist.
We are all Football Crazy
Are you football mad? Do you eat and sleep football? Well if the answer is yes, you are in luck. Home of the current English Champions, Chelsea FC play their home games to a sellout crowd at Stamford Bridge.
When the team are not playing at home you can take a tour around the stadium, visit the changing rooms, go pitch side and have a look at the filled trophy cabinet. If you are feeling tired why not book a room at the Millennium & Copthrone Hotel at Chelsea FC and dream of yourself scoring on and off the pitch
Have you ever watched Made in Chelsea and wanted to party in Chelsea. Don’t be fooled, clubbing is expensive however as you’ve seen on the screen, the residence sure knows how to party hard late into the night.
With venues like Kona Kai, 606 Club and Embargo you can really get a taste for how to do things properly in Chelsea. If live music from upcoming artists is more your thing then Under the Bridge is the venue for you.
Flowers in Bloom
Chelsea is home to the worlds most famous flower show. Each and every year the district hosts the RHS Chelsea Flower show which attracts thousands of tourists and millions of viewers on the television. With special displays of vibrant colours and unique arrangements, you won’t see flower displays like these anywhere else.
Creative, arty and inspiring, are just a few things that the people of Chelsea are referred to as being. This has made Chelsea an artistic hub and brought with it a number of art galleries that you could walk around for hours and not get bored. If you have a love of contemporary art, then I can not recommend enough the Saatchi Gallery. The huge building is full of art that gets you asking questions and seeing things a little differently.
Chelsea is a busy district and for some people, it can become overwhelming. So why not take a scroll and view everything Chelsea has to offer from a distance. You can take a walk down the river and escape the shops and tourist destinations. Why not cross and appreciate the stunning architecture of the Albert Bridge and visit Battersea Park.
The History of Chelsea
Chelsea is full of history which often gets forgotten about. A true once in a lifetime opportunity, you can take a guided tour with a Chelsea Pensioner. With stories of the good old days, you will discover the history behind the St Paul’s Cathedral and hear tales about the Royal Hospital that very few people to this day know.