Super Sexy Nuru Massage In Shoreditch

Shoreditch is one of those areas that looks nothing like its name.

Shoreditch probably comes from “sewer ditch”, but the modern district is attractive and trendy, and one of the best party locales in London.

Over the past couple of decades, Shoreditch has become a hub for tech startups.

The price of real estate has risen, with individuals and businesses desperate for a coveted piece of land.

No matter how you feel about gentrification, you can’t help but be attracted to Shoreditch, and once you're there, you'll have a hard time leaving.

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A Brief History Of Shoreditch

Shoreditch has been an entertainment centre ever since the time of Shakespeare.

Many of his plays were performed in Shoreditch’s “The Theatre”.

This was largely because it fell outside the dominion of the puritanical City fathers. Shows that were considered immoral were given a stage.

In the 19th and early 20th centuries, Shoreditch’s theatres and music halls rivalled the West End, although that legacy has not lasted and most of these venues no longer exist.

Throughout its history, Shoreditch was inhabited by the working classes.

Only over the last twenty years did gentrification begin to bring the rich and famous, and make it ideal for startups that promise to change the future.


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Famous Landmarks

Unfortunately, you won’t find any of the historical theatres and music halls in Shoreditch. However, it is close to St. Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, and Madame Tussauds.
Shops To Visit In Shoreditch

As with everything in Shoreditch, shopping is a very trendy affair. If you're not a fan of hipster culture, you might be out of your depth, but you're just as likely to fall in love with it.

Boxpark is the world’s first pop-up mall, made entirely out of shipping containers (and around the world, savvy entrepreneurs have followed suit).

It has a wide variety of stores, from fashion to antiques to useless accessories. While there are the old classics (Gap, etc.), there’s far more unique fare on offer.

There is a lot of street art on display in Shoreditch, as well, and you can take home your own personal piece of the culture.

 

Shoreditch Restaurants & Pubs

Shoreditch is saturated with great restaurants. The Boxpark is home to CookDaily and Soft Serve Society. Walk the streets and you'll find any type of restaurant your heart desires.

Shoreditch is also famous for its street food, if you're not in the mood for a sit-down meal.

If you want a cool spot to get a drink, you’re in the right place. Shoreditch has its share of classic pubs, but there’s more interesting bars around.

Bar Kick is loud but fun, with big screens showing football, and you can play table football all day or night. Bounce is another active place to get a drink, with ping pong tables galore.



Shoreditch Clubs

Shoreditch is home of some of London’s best nightlife. Cargo and XOYO are exclusive clubs that cost a fair amount but are more than worth it.

Club Aquarium has an indoor swimming pool. Nightjar is a classic speakeasy. And, on Thursdays, Boxpark hosts parties with various DJs, festivals and event organisers.

 

Getting To Shoreditch

Shoreditch Underground Station was closed down in 2006. Old Street tube station is pretty close, however, and can be reached on the Northern line.

To find out which buses to take from your location to Shoreditch, plan your route on the Transport For London website.