With a history of over a millennia, the historical Borough Market is one of the largest and most notable food markets of London, and a popular draw for locals and tourist alike.
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Situated next to the Regent’s Canal, the Camden Market is a collection of over a hundred stalls selling crafts and street food, with independent stores lining the streets.
Camden Lock Place
Situated in the London East End of Jack the Ripper infamy, the Brick Lane Market is known for its edgy art and remarkable curry, drawing in the trendy and hip crowds every Sunday.
Ever since the 1940s, the Portobello Road Market has been the London's top destination for antiques and collectible shopping, offering prices suitable for all budgets and great value for their prices.
Built in 1876, the Old Spitalfields Market primarily sells quirky fashion items and handmade accessories, serving as the hub for London's hipster scene.
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Known for carefully curating their choice of vendors and only offering foods that are ready-to-eat instead of the usual butcher shops, the weekend Maltby Street Market is one of the newest additions to the London market scene.
With its history dating back at least to the 1700s, the Greenwich Market sells an eclectic assortment of crafts, quirky hand-made fashion items, and vintage collectables.
5b Greenwich Market
Situated in Hackney, the Saturday Broadway Market has been home to market traders since the 1890s, and recently gained greater prominence for attracting hipsters.
25 Broadway Market
The Southbank Centre Market is located just around the Southbank Centre along the Thames and comprises of a food and book market.
The Columbia Road Flower Market has changed significantly from its origins. Originally established as part of the area's Saturday trading market, the Flower Market has evolved into an energetic, botanic wonderland.