Now open seven days a week, Camden Market sprawls across Camden High Street, Camden Lock Place and the Stables off Chalk Farm ... More
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) is the place to go for the best variations on the latest high street trends. This is one of the two must-visit markets for anyone seeking street, alternative & hippie styles, the other being Portobello Market. Traders sell everything from second hand clothes to cheap antiques, records, clothes & accessories, as well as decorative items.
Camden Market is offbeat and irreverent, more so than a lot of other markets we've been to in london. You can find people and things from all over the globe.
We always enjoy visiting the shops there and never fail to find something interesting. It's a little out of the way, but worth the visit.
Camden has everything you would need! and cheap!
everyone should go to camden its a wicked place to see and meet new people who are different and individual, who have similar or completely different tastes in music, clothes and lifestyles! i would recommend you go!, i cant wait to go back!
Really awesome, went once just to visit, and i ended up going there every day for all 20 days I was in London, everyone should go, If u go to London and miss Camden Market, is as if u never went to London
This is definately the best, most brilliant environment that I ever experienced. Although many people might think that the prices would be expensive and over-priced because of the market-factor, it is indeed not. The market part is actually quite inexpensive, and run by the most amazing personalities. If you don't want to visit the market, there are also many shops in the stables that have the most outrageous ( in a good way) fashion like Swear Shoes and Cyberdog.
The only problem I had with it is the early closing hours. The market closes at 6, so you would want to get there early.
If you have only a short time in London and want to experience London for all its worth, Go to Camden!
I went to Camden Market last weekend while i was in London and even though my mom didnt like it, i really did, the vibe was great and everyones accepted no matter how mad your outfit it, the crazier, the better. Bought a great belt and some little...other...things.
In a tiny shop, bought a candleholder from a young girl from Italy. Her father had a shop in the back where he worked. Bought a pashima from a middle-eastern man who spent a half-hour extolling its virtues and drapping over me in all manner of ways. Watched the canal boats. (actually we arrived and departed by canal boat-also a great thing to do.)Building all with strange and 3-D facades!It was a fun, fun, fun day!
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 ...
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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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