(London, England, UK)
Full of character and real life, London's busy markets are an integral part of London life. They provide a great place to find bargains or just browse around the wide variety of stalls and enjoy the exciting atmosphere and 'cockney' market banter. Goods may include CDs, DVDs, clothes, antiques, plants, books, food, and much, much more. London's bustling markets provide a fun way to shop, for both experienced and novice bargain hunters alike.
This is one of the largest and best markets in the city, packed with over 1,500 stalls. An interesting mix of old and new - it has something for everyone, with antiques galore, restaurants, flea markets, boutiques and art galleries. This is a place for a real bargain.
Petticoat Lane Market
Famous for clothing and fashion, this market offers much more. It is crammed with everything imaginable and you'll definitely find something that you didn't know you were looking for.
This indoor market has everything you might need and is situated on the site of an old fruit market. Covering over three acres, Spitalfields Market is full of clothing stalls, crafts and antiques and is well worth a visit.
Camden Lock Market
Market stalls and designer warehouses stand side by side, covering all available space with their large range of merchandise. Anything and everything can be found here.
Brick Lane Market
The market comes alive in the spring, full of flowers and blooms for those looking to brighten up their garden or window box. For art, fashion, food or general bric-a-brac, you'll find it here.
Other markets that are worth a visit include:
- Berwick Street Market
- Greenwich Antiques Market
- Leadenhall Market