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Markets in London

London’s 300 over markets are a bargain hunter’s paradise offering an eclectic mix of merchandises. At the markets, you can find clothes, accessories, jewellery, arts and crafts, collectibles, antiques and many more including the occasional bizarre items. London’s markets are also a foodie’s paradise offering cheap but good eats served by stalls that include British foods and cuisines from around the world. The following are among London's popular markets.

Borough Market

Borough Market is a famous Victorian-style wholesale and retail food market in London renowned for its emphasis on quality foods. This lively market is the oldest and one of the largest food markets in London and features a maze of passageways and open spaces. About Borough Market

Borough Market by Jeremy Keith

Brixton Market

Brixton Market is located in the multicultural neighbourhood of Brixton in south London. This lively and colourful market comprises of several adjacent outdoor street markets and covered arcades featuring tightly packed shops, restaurants, cafes and street stalls. About Brixton Market

Camden Market

Camden Market is located northwest of Central London and comprises of four adjoining markets that you would not know one from the other. The market complex is a paradise for bargain hunters featuring small independent shops and stalls that offer a wide range of items. About Camden Market

Greenwich Market

Greenwich Market is located within a UNESCO World Heritage Site along the southern bank of the River Thames. It’s a colourful and vibrant market with a neighbourhood feel featuring over 120 stalls surrounded by small shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs. About Greenwich Market

Greenwich Market by Daniel Case

Old Spitalfields Market

Old Spitalfields Market is a huge covered market housed in a restored Victorian-era building in East London. The market comprises of numerous stalls packed inside an expansive hall surrounded by trendy boutiques and restaurants situated around the periphery. About Old Spitalfields Market

Piccadilly Market

Piccadilly Market is within the enclosed courtyard of the 17th century St James Church Piccadilly in Westminster. It’s a small but interesting market with over 40 stalls featuring an arts and crafts market on Wednesday-Saturday and a food market on Monday-Tuesday. About Piccadilly Market

Portobello Market

Portobello Market stretches almost the entire length of Portobello Road between Golborne Road and Westbourne Grove. The market is popular with both Londoners and curious tourists for its vintage items though you can find an assorted mix of modern day items as well. About Portobello Market

Portobello Market by Adrian Pingstone

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