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Camden Market

The Camden Market is a cozy market at the Camden Lock of the Regent’s Canal in Camden Town.

In the maze of streets, alleys and alleys you will find all kinds of stalls and shops that try to sell anything and everything. You can’t think of anything they won’t sell here. Clothing, jewelry, music, books, films, art etc. Too many to mention. You will also find here several eateries from different cultures.

This is highly recommended, it is very cozy and a lot of fun. It can be very busy though.

You can combine Camden Market with a visit to London Zoo, Regent’s Park and a bootride wth an authentic narrow boat with the London Waterbus Company.

Opening Hours

Every day from 10 a.m. to late.

How to get there

Camden Town, Chalk Farm Road, Camden Road
Camden Road
King’s Cross: 214 Victoria: 24 West End: 274 East London: 393
Arlington Road, Castlehaven Road, Hawley Crescent (MTV)
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