Camden Town at night

Camden Lock market centre
Camden Lock market centre
  • Camden Lock market centre
  • Blues Kitchen Camden Town
  • Camden Lock side
  • Camden Lockside Lounge
  • Koko music venue in Camden Town
  • Proud Camden in Stables Market
  • Stables Market
  • Underworld music venue near the station

Camden High Street Market

Camden High Street is in the midst of all the markets providing a highway for a numerous groups of visitors wandering around. It's where it all starts. Get off the tube at Mornington Crescent station and head north passing by Camden Town station to Chalk Farm road ending up at Chalk Farm Station. This journey is lined up with amazing shops, pubs, indoor and outdoor markets, and restaurants. It is the back bone of Camden Town. Follow its trail and you can drop by and shop in all the markets of Camden. It's usually very busy so be prepared for crowds.

Camden Stables Market

Camden Stables Market or just Stables Market, as its name suggest previous purpose to be a horse hospital, now provides its catacombs under the arches and makes up one of the largest of Camden's popular market spaces. Hundreds of shops and stalls are housed there selling a variety of unique items from accessories and jewellery to furniture and clothing. If you get tired of shopping there's a plenty of entertainment within the market including highly acclaimed galleries or beer gardens. Alternatively there's also a plenty of food stalls serving world famous cuisines.

Primrose Hill

Sometimes you need a break from the hustle or just a breath of fresh air in the midst of the busy streets.  When that happens head to Primrose Hill. It's a park with a hill; quite a big hill as you can see the entire panorama of London.  Beautiful at all times of the year, the city views from here are stunner. Do not miss sunset or if you're an early bird then go for sunrise. You won't need a fancy filter on your camera; it's just that naturally beautiful. Walking distance from Chalk Farm station is a plus. Grab a coffee, friend, book, blanket, camera and enjoy the park.

Camden Lock

A visit to Camden Town is not complete without spending some time around the area where Regent's Canal crosses Camden High Street, runs through the very heart of Camden and becomes Camden Lock. Constructed to help canal narrowboats to deal with water levels, Camden Lock became one of Londond's major attractions. You can take a trip along the Regent's Canal when you stop by the markets at Camden Lock and carry on your boat tour to Little Venice and back. Camden Lock is also famous for its markets, street food and outdoor gatherings not to mention the number of pubs, restaurants and shops situated around the area.

The Camden Canal

A visit to Camden Town is not complete without spending some time around the area where Regent's Canal crosses Camden High Street, runs through the very heart of Camden and becomes Camden Lock. Constructed to help canal narrowboats to deal with water levels, Camden Lock became one of Londond's major attractions. You can take a trip along the Regent's Canal when you stop by the markets at Camden Lock and carry on your boat tour to Little Venice and back. Camden Lock is also famous for its markets, street food and outdoor gatherings not to mention the number of pubs, restaurants and shops situated around the area.

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