Developed during the 18th century by farmers selling livestock and produce outside the City's boundaries, the market ... More
Brick Lane Market
Developed during the 18th century by farmers selling livestock and produce outside the City's boundaries, the market today offers everything from fruits and vegetables to reduced-priced goods and bankrupt stock. Set among the curry houses and Asian restaurants of the vibrant Brick Lane area - home to many of London's Indian community - the market bustles with activity and is the place to find bargains on goods, including televisions, clothes, cameras, bikes and - yes - even kitchen sinks. Choose amongst the Backyard Market that takes place every weekend and shop for knick-knacks or the Sunday market and sample the choicest of mouth-watering delicacies!
Bagels galore, on tap 24 hours a day. Be prepared to queue at night with East End hipsters, clubbers, cabbies
and all other kinds of hungry bagel lovers just remind yourself that those in front of you are there ...
Now open seven days a week, Camden Market sprawls across Camden High Street, Camden Lock Place and the Stables off
Chalk Farm Road. The Camden Lock Market is great for arts & crafts and the Electric Market (Sundays only) ...
Portobello Road is primarily an antiques market, which comes to life on Saturdays, when the rows of stalls stretch far
into the distance: antique dealers and merchants selling art, clothing, crafts and second hand books are abound. Fashion mavens ...
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