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London Markets

London is home to a diverse range of excellent markets including famous markets such as Camden, Portobello Road and Spitalfields. London markets are where to come for your fresh fruit and veg, meat and fish, jewellery, arts and crafts, antique furniture, rare books and many other items. Looking for a bargain, a unique gift, fresh local produce or simply want a break from the high street shops, they can all be found at one of London's vibrant markets.

Open all year round, the bustling markets in London are never empty and give an alternative shopping experience. Many of these historic markets have been running for hundreds of years and take place in locations with stunning architecture such as the Victorian Leadenhall Market. With many London souvenirs for sale, the markets in London are an ideal place to buy a souvenir as well.

Bayswater Road Market

Stretching alongside Kensington Gardens in Bayswater, this outdoor art market features plenty of art work such as paintings, sculptures and jewellery, laid along the pavement for you to browse. You can also have your portrait painted from around £10.

Address: Bayswater, W2
Opening Hours: Sundays 10am-6pm

Camden Market

One of the most visited tourist attractions in London, the famous Camden Market is the largest street market in the UK with around 100,000 people every weekend. The collection of stalls sell everything from antiques, vintage clothing, Middle Eastern textiles, hand-carved sculptures, Indian jewellery to excellent food such as noodles, falafel and crepes. Camden Market regularly attracts many famous fashion designers.

Address: Camden Lock Place, Camden, NW1
Opening Hours: Camden Lock Market 10am-6pm (7 days), Stables Market 10am-6pm (7 days), Camden (Buck Street) Market 10am-5.30pm (Thu-Sun), Camden Canal Market 10am-6pm (Sat-Sun).

Covent Garden Market

Covent Garden Market is home to around 40 market stalls selling British hand-made arts and crafts and antiques in the Apple Market and in the width="80" height="60" Market a variety of quality goods including antiques, craft items, pictures and handmade clothing.

Address: Covent Garden, WC2
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun, 10am-7pm

Greenwich Market

Well known for hand-crafted items, paintings and ornaments, unique gifts, crafting trends, fashion designs, and rare antiques and collectables, the popular covered Greenwich Market can be found in Greenwich town centre. Next to Greenwich's famous tourist attractions, Greenwich Market is well worth a visit.

Address: Church Road, Greenwich
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun, 9.30am - 5.30pm

Hampstead Community Market

A small market in Hampstead high street, Hampstead Community Market has a relaxed atmosphere and sell the covered sell a wide range of fresh fruit and veg, antiques, crafts and second hand books. There is also a fishmongers and a delicatessen.

Address: 78 Hampstead High Street, Hampstead London, NW3 1RE
Opening Hours: Sat, 10am-6pm and Tues-Fri, 10am-6pm

Leadenhall Market

A restored Victorian food market offering luxury foods, wines, and everything else from delicious hot pasta and Foie Gras to jewellery and art. Leadenhall Market is where you will find some of the finest food in London at great prices.

Address: Whittington Ave, EC3
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 7am - 4pm

Spitalfields Market

The historic Spitalfields Market has recently been transformed with a regeneration programme and the 250 acre site features over 200 stalls on busy days. The focus of Spitalfields Market is organic food with plenty of stalls offering produces including fruit and vegetables, herbs, spices, breads and cakes.

At Spitalfields you will also find a mixture of traditional traders and market stall holders contrasting with cutting edge creative's and burgeoning fashion boutiques.

This is where you will find hidden gems from fashion to art to interiors and jewellery, Spitalfields Market is where you will find an original gift for excellent value for money.

Address: Commercial Street, E1
Opening Hours:Mon-Fri 11am - 3:30pm; Sun 10am-3pm