London markets are ideal for a day out in the City! Whether you’re a foodie looking to find the next best burger in town or you’re out to do some thrifting at the ever-so-trendy Brick Lane, there is something for everyone.
Covent Garden Market
Open each day of the week, once home to the world famous fruit & veg market, Covent Garden’s market offers a range of antiques, collectables and crafts. Housed in and around the renowned Piazza, you can wander through the various stalls or high-end shops in the area. The best of both worlds!
The streets of Notting Hill come alive every Saturday with every possible trinket you could imagine. As one of the worlds most notable street markets, Portobello is definitely an iconic trip to be made and their extensive antique collection has over 1,000 dealers. Visitors from all around the world can be seen here, shopping and eating through one of London’s most loved landmarks.
Brick Lane Market
Through the treasured streets of East End, Brick Lane market can be found (best to visit on Sunday’s). Stunning fabrics and vintage pieces can be found in the Sunday Upmarket stalls and the many many shops that encompass art, fashion and fun. Brick Lane is also home to notable curry houses, such as Aladin and other street food vendors that will no doubt satisfy your taste buds.
It’s no secret that Borough Market is best visited with an appetite! It is one of London’s largest and oldest food markets selling everything from British pies, oysters, exotic meats, fruits and street food from all over the world. Open Monday to Saturday you and your friends can spend the day trying fresh produce and mouth-watering baked goods and even go home with some special ingredients for tomorrow’s cooking.