Camden Town Markets (Self Guided), London

Camden Town markets are world famous for the sheer variety of items that fill stalls, studios, workshops and galleries. They are actually a number of adjoining large retail markets, each one with its own unique character. This group of market places is one of the most visited tourist attractions in London.

Each week up to 500,000 eager shoppers come here to hunt for treasures and to look for art and collectibles, fashion, music, food, drink and more. For crafts, books, clothing and jewelry make your way over to Camden Lock Market. There is also a wonderful selection of food vendors here. There are more clothing options over at Camden Lock Village and Camden Market, both of which have fashions for all tastes and ages.

But that's not all. Explore Stables Market, notable for its mixture of more than 700 permanent shops and stalls that sell antiques, international food, furniture, alternative fashions, vintage clothing and more. Many of the retail units at the Stables Market are housed in restored industrial buildings from the canal and steam train ages. Spend lots of happy hours searching through the stalls of Camden Town Markets, some of the most vivacious and exciting shopping destinations in London.
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Guide Name: Camden Town Markets
Guide Location: England » London
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Discovery)
Travel Distance: 1.8 Km or 1.1 Miles
Author: Helen

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