East European escorts in London

The escorts available from London escort services are of various different nationalities. This not surprising as London is a multicultural city with people from all over the world living, working and studying here. East European escorts in London do make a large proportion of the escorts in the city. This is mainly due to the expansion of the European Union in 2004 and 2007. In 2004 the countries that joined the European Union were Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia. Bulgaria and Romania joined in 2007. Transitional restrictions were not placed on the 2004 entrants but were placed on Bulgaria and Romania in 2007. These restrictions would last 7 years. Female escorts from these countries have been attracted to the higher prices and increase business they can find in the London escort sector. Most speak very good if not fluent English. Some are multi lingual. Many from Romania speak Italian and Spanish fluently. Romania provides a significant number of escorts in London. The knowledge of English makes London very attractive for escorts from Eastern Europe to come to London. This and the increased prices provide a significant incentive.

Outside the Eastern European countries in the European Union, many female escorts come from Russia, the Ukraine and other former nations of the Soviet Union. They arrive in London as students or having other forms of employment.

As well as speaking English fluently, many of the East European escorts are well educated. Many have degrees and easily assimilate into the high class escort scene. East European escorts are known to dress well. Wearing designer outfits and of course sexy lingerie. Many men find these high class women with their sexy accents very alluring and seductive.

East European escorts in London cannot be generalized in an uniform way. They do provide the London escort services with many entrants. Their price range vary from around £150 an hour to much higher rates. Those who are models or who have been models tend to be in the higher rates sectors.