Markets

OUR FAVORITE LONDON MARKETS

Borough Market

For the foodies amongst us… (probably including you.. what are you doing on this site otherwise?!) This is a great place to go in the late afternoon and snack your way to dinner time… It’s a fabulous wholesale fruit and vegetables market but you can find literally anything you can possibly search for here.  Have an oyster and buy some apple chutney to go with your cheese! Tube: London Bridge | Website

 

Portobello Market

Colourful houses and cute neighbourhood. On the market they have antiques, small presents, food, vintage clothes, music and a lot more. It can get super crowded so go early on Saturday. You can also choose to go on another day (still has the nice shops then only the crowd and market stands are missing) Tube: Notting Hill Gate | Website

 

Spitalfields market

A lot of crap but the best atmosphere on a Sunday and the most ‘unforced’ trendy people in London. Best to start of on Colombia Road and walk your way to Brick Lane. Tube: Liverpool Street | Website

 

Columbia Road Market

Every Sunday Columbia Road is transformed into a colorful and buzzing little flower market. With its cute art galleries, antique shops and a great bunch of pubs and cafes, this market is definitely worth a visit. If you get there around 3pm they’ll be selling beautiful flowers for only a fiver! Tube: Liverpool Street | Website

 

Camden Market

All sorts of nice stuff and crowd is alternative. I like going there (especially by boat from Little Venice). I mainly like the stables market (which is inside) You can find great vintage here (and FOOD!) You can also take the bus afterwards towards Hampstead Heath… Tube: Chalk Farm | Website

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