A mostly residential district in the London Borough of Wandsworth, Battersea is perched on the south side of River Thames around 2.9 miles (4.8 km) south-west of Charing Cross. Noted for the long-awaited arrival of a tube station, this once simple island settlement exudes its own unique charm and upbeat pace.
Despite its proximity to Central London and walking distance to its affluent neighbours, Chelsea and Fulham, Battersea was once an undesirable area during the Victorian Times. It was originally viewed as an alternative inner-city residential for house hunters priced out of Battersea’s expensive surroundings. Battersea was mainly a large farmland before the Industrial Revolution, transforming it into a thriving town by the late 19th century. The busiest rail station in Europe, Clapham Junction, which sees some 2000 trains passing through every day, is actually nestled within Battersea. However, the rail builders named it after Clapham as it was viewed more favourably than Battersea.
Today, few places bustle like the brilliant Battersea. With top-notch restaurants, watering holes, greenery and an architecturally acclaimed riverside lined with eye-popping Victorian homes. Battersea is now heralded as one of London’s most popular neighbourhoods, especially since it is known as being home to many of our elite Battersea escorts. View the gallery of our beautiful Battersea escorts below and then give us a call to make a date with our beautiful elite Battersea escort girls.
Landmarks and attractions in Battersea include the New Covent Garden Market and the famous Royal Academy of Dance. The Battersea Arts Centre has also continuously been expanding its collection, showcasing the best in the industry. Head over to Northcote Road for a good night out as you indulge in a gastronomic food hunt or pop by one of the most popular gastropubs, Bolingbroke. With so the additions of many new establishments and a strong café culture, it is no wonder why Battersea is abuzz with the young and hippy.