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Top 10 London Markets. London markets sell everything from food to flowers, modern art to antiques, clothes to curios.

Top 10 London Markets

Large, sprawling markets such as Spitalfields, Camden Market or Portobello Road are ideal if you want to spend a day wandering about, hopefully finding a few bargains along the way. Greenwich is great for gifts and local designers, and you can't beat Borough for a quick bite. Alfies Antique Market London's largest indoor market is a treasure trove of antique and vintage clothes, collectables and 20th century design pieces.

Vintage lovers will adore spending hours browsing through the market's 600 stalls crammed with everything from rare vintage finds to colourful baubles. Borough Market Discover this gourmet's paradise in London. Brick Lane Market Spreading across several streets in the Brick Lane area, you'll find both junk and gems in this market! Broadway Market Camden Lock Market Camden Lock is the central hub of Camden's huge market, which is home to more than 100 shops and stalls. Covent Garden. Das Äußere des Covent Garden Market Covent Garden ist ein Landkreis in London, am östlichen Rand des West End, zwischen St.

Covent Garden

Martin's Lane und Drury Lane, der vor allem für das Königliche Opernhaus im Norden bekannt ist, aber auch mit dem ehemaligen Obst- und Gemüsemarkt verbunden wird, der nun aber nach Nine Elms umgezogen ist. Covent Garden ist eine beliebte Einkaufs- und Touristenattraktion. Der Bezirk ist durch die Hauptdurchfahrtsstraße von Long Acre nördlich unterteilt, der unabhängigen Geschäften (zentriert an Neal's Yard und Seven Dials) übergeben wurde. Oft wird mit 'Covent Garden' auch nur das ursprünglich für den Markt errichtete Freigelände mit seinen Markthallen (Central Market) bezeichnet, das eigentlich 'Covent Garden Piazza' heißt. Geschichte[Bearbeiten] Das heutige Covent Garden wurzelt im frühen 17. Die Markthallen des Covent Garden Market Weblinks[Bearbeiten] Portobello Road. Markttag auf der Portobello Road, Aufnahme aus dem Jahr 2006 Die Portobello Road ist eine Straße im Londoner Stadtteil Notting Hill, (England).

Portobello Road

Sie durchquert Notting Hill in voller Länge von Süden nach Norden. Montags bis freitags wird dort der „Portobello Road Market“ als Lebensmittelmarkt veranstaltet. Camden Town, London. Camden Town has been a residential area since the 1790s, but it was only the development of the Grand Union Canal and the improved railway transport that turned it into a bustling part of London.

Camden Town, London

Today, visitors and locals gather to hunt for treasures in Camden's markets, stroll by Regent's Canal, gaze at the beautiful buildings, sample cuisine from around the world, listen to live music and soak up the vibrant and diverse atmosphere. Many famous people, including Dylan Thomas, Walter Sickert and Amy Winehouse, have made Camden their home.

Travel To Camden Use Camden Town Tube station or Chalk Farm Tube station to visit the Camden area. There are also many bus routes that go through the area. If you're going to be in London for more than a day, it's worth buying a Visitor Oyster Card in advance. If you do not have a Visitor Oyster Card, but still plan to travel around London for more than a day, buy an Oyster card at the Tube station. Camden Markets Food and Drink Feeling peckish? London markets map, showing Portobello Market, Brick Lane Market, Brixton Market and 17 others. Camden Lock Arts and crafts, jewellery, vintage clothing, food stalls.

London markets map, showing Portobello Market, Brick Lane Market, Brixton Market and 17 others

Courtyards and covered Victorian market hall. Daily 10-6. Stables Market Chalk Farm Road. A dense warren of small shops selling fashion, artefacts, food and drink. Daily 10-6. Chapel Market Local market selling fruit and veg, clothes and household goods. Camden Passage Antiques, books and bric-a-brac. Spitalfields Market - Visit London.