|Spitalfields Market near Liverpool Street|
The most famous ones and worth visiting are Covent Garden Market, Borough Market, Greenwich Market, Spitalfields Market, Portobello Road, Brixton Market, Brick Lane Market and unforgettable Camden Market with its Stables Market and Camden Lock renowned for their food variety and vintage clothing stalls.
|Covent Garden Market in Central London|
|Food Street Market in London|
Time Out says: Tue Nov 30 1999This London institution may appear too commercial and crowded to provide a characterful retail experience, but some quirky gems lift the experience. The colonnaded nineteenth-century Piazza building houses Apple Market, where tourist-friendly crafts are the staple, as well as cutesy chain stores – although it’s worth keeping a look out for independents still holding their ground such as Eric Snook’s Toyshop and the specialist tobacconist/cigar shop Segar & Snuff Parlour. Over in the South Piazza, Jubilee Market is a little more eccentric: Mondays are for antiques lovers while Tuesday to Friday sees a hotch-potch general market including clothing and household goods. Saturdays and Sundays are reserved for arty knick-knacks and crafts largely geared toward tourists.
|Borough Food Market London|
|Bread Stand in Southwark Food Hall Market|
Camden Markets are a number of adjoining markets from north London and a very big touristic attractions being the fourth most visited place in London with more then 100000 people each week. One of the most interesting is the Stables Market where you can find all sorts of crafts, new and vintage clothing and lots of food stalls from around the world.
|Camden Street London|
Conform Wikipedia "The market is located in the historic former Pickfords stables and Grade II listed horse hospital which served the horses pulling Pickford's distribution vans and barges along the canal. Many of the stalls and shops are set in large arches in railway viaducts."
|Stables Market Camden Town London|
Many shops and stalls are now open 7 days a week, 10am to 6pm and the aria it's as well full of restaurants but you have to be very careful when choosing where to eat because if you are a very fussy customer you can be disappointed.
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