Travelling in Style - How to Avoid Delays and Meet Escorts in London Fast

Avoiding delays when traveling in London involves a mix of planning, real-time monitoring, and making smart transport choices. Here are some of the best strategies so you can meet your high-class London escort after a stress-free journey, from cycling, to luxury travel, plus handy apps and some insider knowledge. 

Book in advance

For extremely in-demand escorts, there can be long wait times. If there is a particular high-class escort you’ve had your eye on, it’s best to book a time to meet her in advance - days or weeks - or prepare to be disappointed.

You can book incall elite London escorts to visit at her luxurious home or hotel.

Plan your route

If you’re meeting your escort at her home or hotel, be sure you know exactly where you’re going. Use an app that works in real-time such as:

  • Transport for London (TfL) Website and App: Provides real-time updates on tube, bus, and overground services.
  • Citymapper: Offers real-time updates and alternative routes.
  • Google Maps: Good for real-time traffic conditions and public transport updates.

Plan your journey

London is a bustling city which is constantly undergoing maintenance works and redevelopment, which can cause delays through unexpected closures. You can check from planned engineering through TfL, who often has planned maintenance on weekends which can affect services.
It’s also good to have an alternative route, just as a back-up plan, in case you need to go a different way. 

Avoid peak hours

London is packed with commuters, who travel either in or out of the city to get home or to work. It’s unlikely you’ll be meeting an escort in the early morning, but if you are, avoid overcrowded tubes, buses and roads by not travelling between 7.30 and 9.30am. In the evening, avoid 5pm to 7pm. 

Use a different way to travel

London is a very well-connected city for cycle routes. Santander Cycles (Boris Bikes) are widely available and can be a faster option for short trips. You could also hire an electric scooter, or even just walk. 

You could also travel by water on a Thames Clipper where traffic will certainly be minimal, or by tram for some routes in south London. 

Check for major events

With Wembley Stadium and its frequent array of games and gigs, the city regularly sees a huge influx of visitors. There are also often protests that aim to cause major disruption to travel. It’s best to listen to the news on the radio or TV, and check event schedules to be able to plan extra time for your journey. 

Pre-book taxis and rideshares

Use apps like Uber, Bolt, and Free Now - you’ll also save much more money than you would by hailing a taxi on the street. You also have a guaranteed ride if you book in advance. 

Get an Oyster card

Most people use the tube to travel around London, although it can be cramped and uncomfortable on occasion. Use an Oyster card to make contactless payments easier when using the tube. If you’re not familiar with the tube, make sure you know which line - and direction - you need to be travelling in. Contact payments are ideal for most TfL services. 

By combining these strategies, you can minimize travel delays and make your journey in London smoother and more efficient.

If you want a super relaxing journey, consider luxury travel.

You could hire a chauffeur service with companies like Addison Lee, Blacklane, and iChauffeur offering premium vehicles with professional drivers.

For a slightly cheaper option, use services like Uber Lux, which provide high-end vehicles such as Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Audi.

Join a Private Members' Clubs: If you have access to private members' clubs like The Ned, Soho House, or Annabel’s, utilise their facilities and concierge services to enhance your travel experience.