Camden Market

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Camden Market London Reviews

rahulshukla rahulshu…
11 reviews
Camden market Mar 21, 2012
The market here is great. You can find almost anything you need here.. Most of all it vibrant and energetic place. There are a lot of music and hangout places if you get tired of shopping.. even if you are not shopping its a fine place to kill time, eat from various food shops, sit around the canal etc..

There are various cuisines available, food options are plenty, so you could be spoiled for choice.

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hippysunshine hippysun…
7 reviews
I HEART CAMDEN Aug 08, 2011
Camden is a completely different world on it's own.

It's cobbled streets are lined with quirky independent stores, food stalls and cafe's.

The Market and Locks are so pretty and there are plenty of photo opportunities here, bantering for bargains with the shop owners and testing the food stalls delicacies before buying.

Shops include: Tattoo's, Piercing, Vintage, Second Hand Books, Clothing, Accessories, Leather, Shoes... you name it they have it.

Food stalls include: Oyster bars, Salted Beef stalls, Coffee bars, fresh fruit smoothies, Indian, Thai, Mexican, English, American, Chinese... the list goes one, there is certainly something in Camden for everyone.

I will update with pictures shortly.

Located just two stops away from Euston on the Northern line so very easy to get to, no excuses not to visit :)
Fresh Fruit Smoothie stand (Camden)
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Aurora78 says:
Love Camden Town :)
Posted on: Jul 02, 2012
Vekikika says:
This summer was my third trip to London and I finally visited Camden and was absolutely thrilled! The place was so vibrant!And I also recommend to walk along the Canal.
Posted on: Aug 26, 2011
Dan_1985 says:
We went to the chinese that was on the corner when you go in, Banger Chicken all the way x
Posted on: Aug 08, 2011
megan13 megan13
6 reviews
Fab! Apr 25, 2011
I love Camden Market! Its a little way out of the center of london, so is easily missed, but its so fun! I loved the old horse hospital with all the market stalls and wacky shops inside. Its such a great place to just sit and people watch. Also its beautiful to sit by the river and eat an ice-cream, or try something new from the international food stalls. However, I wouldnt really recomend the chineas food. It smells soooo yummy as you walk past, but its all pretty dull, tasteles and a bit rubbery.
livelaughlovelondon livelaug…
3 reviews
The market that might just have everything! Feb 23, 2011
I love Camden Market, it's great to wonder around, have a bight to eat and do some shopping.

Make sure you have a good wonder around and don't buy the first thing that you see! Also you can try and get a little off the price by saying you saw it cheaper somewhere else. Don't be afraid to!

There are many different clothing styles there, mostly alternative, punk, rock, gothic styles. But also nice lovely floral dresses.

Loads of food stalls, any kind of cuisine. It's nice to take a seat by the river with your food and enjoy the amazing view. There are also wonderful donuts to be held at the front of the market (near Camden tube station) LOVE them.

Located on the Northern Line, open all day every day. Nice stop for lunch.
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SharaTravels SharaTra…
1 reviews
Camden Jul 09, 2011
When visiting London, Camden is a place that should be on your to-do list.

There are a number of markets in Camden Town, all coming off the main stretch of road, Camden High Street. Camden High Street then leads on to Chalk Farm Road where the Stables Market is.
haja87 haja87
1 reviews
Great shopping expereince Jun 04, 2011
I love Camden's exciting collection of markets that take you to cool London. lots of great cheap buys and vintage wears from independent sellers. Best to go on a weekday for actually shopping, as on the weekend it is extremely busy, but there is a great atmosphere.
travella travella
7 reviews
Camden markets, london Jun 25, 2009
Camden town is located on the 'northern line' tube, servicing london.

These markets are open 24/7, 7 days a week. If your into goth, emo, hippy, tribal, tattoo's, peicings, clothes, jewellery, fresh produce and more then this market is for you.

Its diverse layout and over sized novelity items hanging from the sides of the buildings, not only catches your eye but entertains you at the same time.

Located on the right when exiting camden tube station your more then likely to spend your entire day here...

Shopping until you can no longer carry anymore, to sampling every kind of food imaginable to having a pint in one of the many pubs dotted around the loch or in camden itself. N0-7 is a great pub that serves up great food..staff are friendly and the patio underneath red umbrella's shades you from the sun in summer. From the other side of the loch the 'ice bar' is fairly cheap and cheerful with free wi-fi. get comfty in there leather arm chairs and watch the 'long boats' travel the canals.

Camden markets range in price, depending on what produce takes your fancy. wether its the famous graffiti artist 'banksy' to old coke signs, spray painted suits to the biggest doughnuts you've ever seen. camden caters for everyone.

Be sure to note, the best time to go is during the week as on the weekends its chaotic to say the least and a word or warning to leave camden by tube, the station doesnt' starting operating until 4.30 so be sure to use bus's or cabs (though expensive)...

whatever you do, don't miss THIS OPPORTUNITY....and finally enjoy yourself.. :)
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snakepit snakepit
7 reviews
A Distinctive Place to Visit Aug 21, 2008
Camden Town is an ecclectic mix of shops, night clubs and restaurants. There is a wide range on offer- the market stocks clothes, jewellery, art, photography and crafts. There are many street stalls selling food, and there's always something going on at night. The Underworld club is underneath the World's End pub, and hosts a large range of bands. The Camden Roundhouse is also used by major bands, and there are many pubs along the high street. The Electric Ballroom is another famous club in Camden. This is really the place to relax and meet some interesting people! :O
lovely_lori88 lovely_l…
46 reviews
Jan 20, 2008
An awesome place, a must see for London! Even if you don`t want to shop it`s just great to go there for the atmosphere and to see all the different types of characters that are there. There are stands for everything!! Clothes, jewellery, food, blankets, etc etc. There is also a whole bunch of foreign food stands where you can try stuff and then buy what you want whether its Japanese, Chinese, Indian, Mexican, French, Italian, Moroccan or something else.
New_Improved_Roger New_Impr…
1 reviews
Sep 02, 2006
If you fancy a place full of life and yet offers moments to sit back and just chill then Camden Market if the place to visit. There are many places to eat, drink and explore. What's more it has I think London's coolest open-air market with stalls a plenty.
7029lola says:
love camden it's got somethink for everyone. Nowhere like it in London
Posted on: Nov 14, 2010
domenic1 says:
I'll definitly need to check out the market - Thanks for the tip!!!
Posted on: May 18, 2008
Amanda says:
I love this place; thanks for the review!!
Posted on: Sep 02, 2006

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