the Borough Market

Feast, Enjoy and stroll on the Borough Market, one of the oldest food markets of London, on the menu plan and have been since the 13th century. Century. The market under the railway piers of London Bridge is the Gourmet meeting point number 1. To miss not a Treat, it is recommended to book a Borough Market Tour.

Columbia Road Flower Market

if you like Colorful and fragrant, on the Columbia Road Flower Market to the right place. On Sunday Columbia Road is transformed in the vicinity of Brick Lane and Spitalfields in the most popular sea of Flowers in London. In addition, there are Shops, for example, for garden accessories, but also art galleries, Vintage clothes shops, cafes, Restaurants and Pubs.

Old Spitalfields Market

In the City of London, close to the flower market, is also located in the Old Spitalfields Market and have been for more than 350 years. The covered market offers daily from 10 a.m. to 17 p.m. something for everyone: food, art, Thrift, well-known shops and trendy Pop-up Stores. Here is shopped with friends for a beer or a glass of wine in the evening to drink.

Brick Lane Market

The Brick Lane Market combines a variety of markets: The Vintage Market in the old Truman brewery, offers trendy Second-Hand clothes. The Backyard Market is known for hand-made treasures, such as jewelry, fashion and art, and the Sunday Up Market scores mainly with food. Glassware and antique furniture are sold in the Brick Lane Tea Room.

Alfies Antique Market

if you like Antiques, is in Alfie’s Antique Market find. Four floors of almost one hundred stores, the fancy art, furniture, silver and glass are distributed goods as well as fashion advertise. For a little shopping break, the Roof Top offers a Kitchen on the roof of the building there is a relaxed ambience with Brunch and Lunch on offer and a great view over London. More Antiques can be found on the Portobello Road Market.

Camden Markets

In Camden Town, something crazy London’s city district, are also of the same name, also fancy markets with over 1000 stalls. Will be poking out along the Regent’s canal, or on the inside (in the former horse stables). Daily, the hip scene in London, as well as the Creative and lateral thinker cavort in addition to tourists there. To buy here almost everything: fashion, furniture, music, and delicious food.

Greenwich Market

The historic Greenwich Market in South-East London is open daily and is known for its large selection of British Design objects. In addition to hand made clothes and Decorate, there are also culinary delicacies from all over the world. Travelled can be either the Riverboat or the train from London Bridge, and within a few minutes.

Covent Garden Market

A visit to the halls of the Convent Gardens in the heart of the city centre is an absolute Must when visiting London. In the great market hall of the former fruit and vegetable market there is today, in addition to fresh produce, all sorts of Souvenirs and clothing to buy. Right next to it, the East Colonnade Market is also located with a hand-made – Soaps about sweets to jewelry.