Location & getting there

Euston is the area that surrounds Euston and Euston Square underground stations in London. When in Euston, you have Camden to the north, Russell Square to the south, King’s Cross to the east and Fitzrovia/Regent’s Park to the west. If travelling on the underground, you can get to Euston via Northern and Victoria lines (Euston station) or via Hammersmith & City, Circle and Metropolitan lines (Euston Square station). Both stations are in fare zone 1. Due to its proximity to two major rail stations (Euston and King’s Cross St Pancras), the area is not the safest, so be vigilant if travelling late at night. For the same reason, Euston is well served by taxis, so you will never have a problem hailing a cab (just go to either station’s taxi rank).

Gay massage near Euston

None of our masseurs currently reside in Euston, although a few are only a short trip away. The nearest is gorgeous Felix who is based in Warren Street (one stop away on the underground – but you could walk). His private flat is set up as a comfortable massage space where you can relax and forget the worries of the day. Showering facilities are also available for you to use. Other masseurs nearby are Luis in Holborn and William in Covent Garden. All of them are within a short ride on the underground. If you prefer that your masseur visits you instead, you can book an outcall to your home or hotel. There’s an additional £50 charge for the service (for taxi and travel time). Call, text or Whatsapp us on +447492 898079 to discuss your options.

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Things to do near Euston

Discover treasures from around the world

Just across the street from Euston station is the Wellcome Collection. Compiled by the well-travelled, curious and eccentric Henry Wellcome, it exists on the intersection between science and art. Its permanent exhibitions are on such subjects as the human condition, genetics and Henry Wellcome’s anthropological bric-a-brac. Temporary exhibitions have covered such topics as play, electricity and sex. Oscar Wilde may have written that ‘all art is quite useless’, but at the Wellcome collection you will encounter functional art and beautiful science. The gift shop is also worth a mention. Instead of the usual mugs and keyrings, you will find quaint and well-designed pieces that make a brilliant last-minute present to virtually anyone.

Inject some magic into your life

You may have never heard of the Magic Circle, even if you live in London. It’s a membership body for magicians with heardquarters in Euston. While there’s no come-when-you-like admittance, it’s possible to see the Circle and its museum if you book a ticket to a show from their public events programme. To join the Magic Circle, magicians have to go through a rigorous process, including an interview and auditioning, so the acts that you see on their programme are of high quality. During breaks, you can see the magicians up close, as they wander around performing tricks for the visitors. The building is interesting in itself, with its dizzying spiral staircase and its many secrets. So if you find yourself in Euston, allow the kid in you to have a night out. Tip: sit in the auditorium, as the balcony view can be somewhat restricted.

Grab a bite to eat

Got off the train and feeling peckish? While there are a lot of takeaways and restaurants around Euston, some of them are real tourist traps. So do your research or go with our recommendation. For simple and authentic food, Roti King is…king. It’s not a looker and the food is simple, but oh-so-good (not to mention, ridiculously cheap). Choose a less popular time to visit as the queues can be horrendous (personally, I refuse to queue for food longer than 15 minutes, so I would not visit at peak times). If you do get in, Char Kuey Teow and Roti Canai are both excellent. Order everything at once as they don’t take additional orders. And bring your vegetarian boyfriend, he’ll have some fine options too.